Does submitted code need to be anonymized?
ICML is a double blind conference, and we expect authors to put in reasonable effort to anonymize the submitted code and institution. This means that author names, institutions, and any licenses that reveal such information should be removed.
Please note that the submitted code will not be made public -- that is, only the reviewers, meta-reviewers, and expert reviewers in charge of your paper will have access to it during the review period. If the paper gets accepted, we expect the authors to replace the submitted code by a non-anonymized version or link to a public github repository.