You can download the lastest release of Indico from:
Step 1: Go to the Contributions option in the left menu in the Management Area.
You can mark a file as a main resource through the Management Area of the contribution it belongs to (which you can access by clicking on the contribution’s name). From there, you need to go to the tab Material and then click on to mark as main resource. Only one document can be marked as main resource. In the example below, IndicoFAQ.pdf is the main resource (yellow star as oppposed to gray star).
The files marked as main resource will be used to build the proceedings.
Step 2: From the Management area within your conference, go to the Contributions area and above the list of contributions there is a button for proceedings. If there are resources along with the contribution the main resource will be shown in the proceedings
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Wherever you see the small red pen or the edition botton you can click on this and modify the item.
In order to do that, go to the Managment Area of your event and select the ‘Protection’ entry in the side menu. Once that you are in the protection settings, pay attention to the ‘Access Control’ settings. In order to set the access rights, you have to make your event ‘Restricted’ first by changing its ‘Current status’ to either ‘Restricted by itself’ or ‘Restricted by inheritance’ (if available). Once the event is private, add users to the ‘Users allowed to access’ list by clicking the ‘Add user to list’ button. A form will be displayed in which you can search for users by entering their family name, first name, etc... You can also restrict the access to groups of users by filling the ‘Group name’ entry of the search form and select one of the resulting groups. All the people included in the group will be granted access to the event.
For example, if somebody wants to grant access to his/her event only to users from the CERN, he/she will first search for the group containing all the CERN users (namely ‘CERN Users’) and add this group to the list of users allowed to access. The ‘Access Control’ section will then look like this :
Fore more on protection in Indico, see Protection System.