14-18 October 2013
Amsterdam, Beurs van Berlage
Europe/Amsterdam timezone

Indico 1.0

17 Oct 2013, 13:30
Veilingzaal (Amsterdam, Beurs van Berlage)


Amsterdam, Beurs van Berlage

Oral presentation to parallel session Facilities, Production Infrastructures, Networking and Collaborative Tools Facilities, Infrastructures, Networking and Collaborative Tools


Mr Jose Benito Gonzalez Lopez (CERN)


Indico has evolved into the main event organization software, room booking tool and collaboration hub for CERN. The growth in its usage has only accelerated during the past 9 years, and today Indico holds more that 215,000 events and 1,100,000 files. The growth was also substantial in terms of functionalities and improvements. In the last year alone, Indico has matured considerably in 3 key areas: enhanced usability, optimized performance and additional features, especially those related to meeting collaboration. Along the course of 2012, much activity has centered around consolidating all this effort and investment into "version 1.0", recently released in 2013. Version 1.0 brings along new features, such as the Outlook calendar synchronization for participants, many new and clean interfaces (badges and poster generation, list of contributions, abstracts, etc) and so forth. But most importantly, it brings a message, Indico is now stable, consolidated and mature after more than 10 years of non-stop development. This message is addressed not only to CERN users but also to the many organisations, in or outside HEP which have already installed the software and to others who might soon join this community. In this presentation we will describe the current state of the art of Indico, and how it was built. This does not mean that the Indico software is complete, far from it! We have plenty of new ideas and projects that we are working on and we will also share them during CHEP 2013.

Primary authors


Alberto Resco Perez (CERN) Jakub Piotr Trzaskoma (Warsaw University of Technology (PL)) Matthew Alexander Pugh (Aberystwyth University / CERN) Thomas Baron (CERN)

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