How Are Award-winning Systems Research Artifacts Prepared (Part 1)

Editor’s notes: As more and more systems research conferences start to adopt artifact evaluation (AE), we invite Manuel Rigger and Arpan Gujarati to share their practices and experience on preparing award-winning systems research artifacts — their artifacts received the Distinguished Artifact Awards at OSDI’20.  In the first edition, Manuel Rigger from ETH Zurich will tell … Read more How Are Award-winning Systems Research Artifacts Prepared (Part 1)

Why We Should Include One-Shot Revision in our Review Process

Editor’s notes: The post originally appeared on the SIGARCH blog. We cross-post it because it is very relevant to the SIGOPS community. We hope the cross-posting can trigger discussions on improving the publication process of the SIGOPS community. Including one-shot revision in our peer review process could lead to lower overall reviewing load, better mental … Read more Why We Should Include One-Shot Revision in our Review Process

People of Systems & Architecture: Margo I. Seltzer (Part 2)

With most systems and architecture conferences taking the online route, we figured it’s a great time to get to know a few people in the systems/architecture research community. People of Systems & Architecture is a series of interviews conducted this year, and continues in the same vein as the People of PL, People of POPL, … Read more People of Systems & Architecture: Margo I. Seltzer (Part 2)

People of Systems & Architecture: Margo I. Seltzer (Part 1)

With most systems and architecture conferences taking the online route, we figured it’s a great time to get to know a few people in the systems/architecture research community. People of Systems & Architecture is a series of interviews conducted this year, and continues in the same vein as the People of PL, People of POPL, … Read more People of Systems & Architecture: Margo I. Seltzer (Part 1)