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Initial list as proposed by Peter Walsh:
Feel free to add your suggested changes either to the comments section on this page, or, if you're a project member, update this page directly.
Simon Merett had a great idea of creating a "request list" feature, where people could submit ideas/topic proposals for white papers to be written on. It could also be an opportunity for teams to be formed and write the paper jointly. So we'll use this page as the "master request/idea list." Feel free to submit your ideas directly to the comments on this post or edit the post itself if you're a project member (just make sure to retain this header).
HJWYDK publishes original work in the areas of interest to the Hackaday community. The criteria of acceptance are the quality of work in the following aspects: (1) Novelty and practical impact (2) Technical soundness (3) Quality of presentation (4) Relevance.
This journal doesn't require a fixed format, in order to be accomodating to a broad range of presentation styles / topics, but you should be aware that for the final version it will be re-set in LaTeX. So the use of LaTeX in the source document is heavily encouraged. Manuscripts should be written in English. There is no restriction on the length of manuscripts.
After submission of manuscripts, authors will receive an email to confirm receipt of manuscripts. Subsequent enquiries concerning paper progress should be sent to the email address of the journal.
HJWYDK is committed to enforcing a full peer-review process. All manuscripts submitted for publications are thoroughly reviewed.
Authors publishing with HJWYDK retain the copyright to their work.
All articles published in HJWYDK are fully open access and online available to readers free of charge. HJWYDK publishes all open access articles under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution and reproduction freely, provided that the original work is properly cited.
The Hackaday Journal of What You Don't Know (HJWYDK) is an open access, peer-reviewed online journal publishing original and creative research, engineering, and entertainment results in areas of interest to the Hackaday Community. All Articles of HJWYDK are fully open access open access and available to readers free of charge.
HJWYDK aims to provide a forum for sharing and exchanging ideas, experiences, and research results among the broader Hackaday community. We welcome submissions from individual researchers, professional organizations, academia, and beyond. General topics include, but are not limited to, Hardware, Computer, and Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Security Research, Engineering Heroics, Prototyping, Fabrication, Best Practices, and any unique knowledge of interest to the Hackaday community.
The journal expects original, high-quality papers in all areas of interest for the Hackaday community.
[+ Community Editors / Call for Editors opening on Nov 28 2017]
[TBD - call for reviewers opening on Nov 28 2017]
Preparation & Submission
HJWYDK welcomes submissions at any time, and accepted manuscripts are published online immediately, as well as printed in the annual Proceedings of the Hackaday Superconference. The preparation and submission of manuscripts should follow the author guidelines.
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