The website focusses on academic writing in English. It covers four elemental language topics: cohesion, grammar, punctuation, and style.
Watch Arxiv-papers on as a website.
This website offers a ranking of many computer security conferences. The ranking is accompanied by a yearly acceptance ratio statistic.
The SIGPLAN Empirical Evaluation Checklist provides guidelines how good evaluations should be structured and explained with a focus on the programming language research community. However, the concepts are transferable to other disciplines as well.
The IETF now provides official bibtexs to download. They work for RFCs, BCPs, and drafts.
The bibtex for BCPs work, but only, if the BCP consist of a single RFC. If the BCP consists of multiple RFCs, the bibtex will only show the first one.
For drafts, the draft version number, the last two digits, have to be removed from the URL.
The Github repository contains lots and lots of information about scientific paper writing in LaTeX. It lists different tools and packages which you might want to use.
The System Security Cirrcus by Davide Balzarotti presents many statistics about the Top-4 security conferences, such as authors and affiliations.