Commit e4ee6505 authored by Roger Kaeppeli's avatar Roger Kaeppeli
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Migrate from mailing list to slack channel

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......@@ -9,7 +9,9 @@ The course will take place in a **hybrid presence / online** format:
* **Online**: Live stream over Zoom. All Meeting IDs can be found
[here](https://gitlab.ethz.ch/pt1_hs21/online).
(You need your ETH LDAP credentials to login.
Please send an email to the mailing list [below](#questions)
Please send a message to the slack channel [below](#questions)
or an email to
[Roger Kaeppeli](mailto:roger.kaeppeli@sam.math.ethz.ch)
in case of problems.)
* **Recordings**: All recordings can be found
......@@ -43,8 +45,8 @@ optimization methods for scientific simulation codes are explained.
### Questions
For questions or remarks we have a mailing list where you can reach us:
<pt1_hs21@sympa.ethz.ch >.
For questions or remarks we have a slack channel where you can reach us:
[Join PT1](https://join.slack.com/t/pt1hs21/shared_invite/zt-w3qcmy4j-Q~nPWsi3G6Hc_MQ_Udby8Q).
## Lecture slides, script, exercises and solutions
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If you want to receive feedback on your exercises, please push your solutions
to your own git repository before **Monday night** of the week after we hand
out the exercise sheet.
Then send a notification / request for correction email (possibly with specific
questions) to the mailing list.
Then send a notification / request for correction (possibly with specific
questions) to the respective series' slack channel.
Advanced users may use `GitLab` issues (make sure to tag all the assistants,
but not the professor, with their @name in the issue description).
Your exercise will then be corrected before the next exercise session.
Make sure to give *maintainer* access to the following people:
@karoger, @engelerp, @ilabarca, @ivanalsina, @msudwoj and @rworreby.
@karoger, @engelerp, @ilabarca, respective series' @ivanalsina, @msudwoj and @rworreby.
Of course, working in small groups is allowed (and even encouraged using a
collaborative workflow with `git` and `GitLab`).
However, please make sure that you understand every part of the group's
proposed solution (you will have to e.g., at the exam!).
If several group members submit the exercises, please indicate clearly in the
notification/request for correction email all the group members and indicate
notification/request for correction all the group members and indicate
which parts of the solution you would like to have looked at individually
(although we try to run data comparison tools carefully during the correction,
we may miss some individual solution of group members).
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The submission deadline is every Wednesday midnight (Zurich time!).
Please announce that you want the confirmation (Testat) for this course
explicitly at the beginning of the semester. Contact us either in person or
through the mailing list.
explicitly at the beginning of the semester. Contact Roger Kaeppeli either in
person or by [email](mailto:roger.kaeppeli@sam.math.ethz.ch).
## Exam information
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