From Space Science Theory Group
Here are some instructions on how to:
- Set up secure access
- Set up email
- Getting started with subversion
- Setting up the copier-printer in Rm240
Artemis, usage guidelines
- You can make use of the public_html folder and have a web site. It is recommended that you orient this site to your physics and science activities, e.g. your research, presentations, papers, current CV, conference activities, cool codes that may have wider use, even fun photos taken as part of your physics activities. If you put more personal stuff on the site, bear in mind that no security is perfect.
- Artemis hosts a subversion repository, you are encouraged to use it.
- Do NOT use artemis as an extra CPU for your work, or other obvious tasks better suited to a laptop or workstation.
Improve These Pages
These pages are hosted on a wiki, which anyone can edit. So whenever you find something missing and/or unclear, please write it up and add it.
Do not change personal pages without permission.
If you are maintaining a page, e.g. Journal Club, please keep it up-to-date and indicate who is responsible for maintenance at the bottom of the page.This syntax
'''Maintainer: ~~~,''' last update ~~~~~produces
Maintainer: Djl, last update 12:14, 20 December 2006 (EST).
When uploading, please name the file(s) logically. Most digital cameras use a 'DSC' prefix for image names. Rename files to avoid the file being overwritten by another user with a file with the same name.
Powerpoint presentations should be converted to PDF when possible.
Always try to optimize posted pictures/images.
- Suggest 72dpi
- JPEG or PNG
- Keep the image below 500k if possible.
- Tools: Adobe Photoshop, GIMP, ImageMagick
What should I contribute?
- Maintain a page for a group activity or service
- Information for students
- Tutorials, outreach materials
- Posters from AGU, APS, etc.
- PPT talks
- Recent papers
- Create a personal profile page
- Make this help page better!