I'm currently in the process of submitting a scientific paper to a congress for publication in their proceedings.
This will be a great point for my CV. I have "tried" to click on "add an article or blog post you’ve written" but it asks me for a URL.
Since scientific papers don't usually have a home URL (unless they get indexed by Google Scholar and/or published at IEEE), shouldn't it be possible to add an article the candidate wrote by citing references instead of reporting URL?
Today it's still early to update my CV but I'm still asking the question. I don't even know if my article will be ever accepted at current of future congresses :D but I believe it's worth to discuss the subject
Consider the 2012 edition of this congress: using the link to the "buy the book" page is not really the best option to enrich one's CV.
Instead one should be also able to reference articles in reference format.
Author and B. Coauthor, “A new stackoverflow” in Proc. ICIN2012 (2012) (the congress name is real ;-))
Mine is just an idea. What do you think about it?