The JMLR paper importer works similar to the import-papers-cmt-or-openreview page. The main difference being that the event types to be created are included in a spreadsheet along with the JMLR url for each paper.
The links for the JMLR importer are:
To import these papers you'll need to create a spreadsheet with at least two columns labeled 'JMLR Url' and 'Event Types'. The JMLR Url contains the url for either the html page or pdf file for each paper to be imported. For example https://www.jmlr.org/papers/v23/21-0425.html. The importer extracts the volume number and paper id from these urls. The Event Types column must contain one of the following values "poster", "poster, oral", "poster, spotlight", "oral", or "spotlight". Here is an example of a table which imports three papers as poster events:
Just like other importers the JMLR importer retrieves the title, abstract, authors from the JMLR github repo. It also computes the Eventmedia URL, sourceid, sourceurl, and uniqueid for each paper.
The first page for the JMLR importer includes a field for entering a github API Token. This isn't technically required as the JMLR repositories are public, however the public access to the API is rate limited by GitHub. Using an API Token enables significantly more access per hour.