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New features

Here are some of the features I added in the last few days:

  • Some are worried that public Zoom links can be abused by spammers. It is now possible to associate a "secret" with an event, which is visible only to registered users. This can be a password, or the entire Zoom link if you like.
  • Links in the "access" and "secret" fields are now clickable. Links are recognized if they start with "http://" or "https://".
  • The author is displayed at the bottom of the event page.
  • If you are the author of an event, you can edit the event by pressing the "Edit" button. Just to suggest an idea, after your seminar is finished, you can add a link to the slides after the abstract. Or, you can put some additional information. To see how the event page may eventually appear, look here.

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Upcoming seminars

GRT at Home Seminar Curtis Wendlandt, Ohio State University Poles of finite-dimensional representations of Yangians more...

Algebraic Geometry Seminar, UC Davis Laura Rider, University of Georgia Modular Perverse Sheaves on the Affine Flag Variety more...

Representation theory seminar, The Ohio State University Oleksandr Tsymbaliuk, Purdue University Quantum loop groups and shuffle algebras via Lyndon words more...

Toronto Geometric Representation Theory Seminar Quoc Ho, Institute of Science and Technology Austria Eisenstein series via factorization homology of Hecke categories more...

GRT at home Seminar Ben Davison, University of Edinburgh, UK TBA more...

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