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Position papers - examples and guidelines

From: Rotan Hanrahan <Rotan.Hanrahan@MobileAware.com>
Date: Mon, 8 May 2006 18:30:15 +0100
Message-ID: <D5306DC72D165F488F56A9E43F2045D33A786F@FTO.mobileaware.com>
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Responding to recent queries sent to the Program Committee:-

For those who are preparing position papers for DD workshop, please note
the following:

Examples of position papers for the Mobile Web Initiative Workshop and
for the Metadata for Content Adaptation Workshop are available on the
W3C Web site.

Position papers should be in HTML or XHTML, and use JPEG images, to
ensure that there are no problems for others to read them when they are
made public. The purpose of a position paper is to provide an indication
to the program committee of the motivation for your participation, and
during the workshop to provide this information to the rest of the
participants. The position papers will be made public after the workshop
(assuming you have attended the workshop).

Presentations, where provided, will also be considered by the program
committee. Presentations must address issues relevant to the aims of the
workshop, which in this case is to consider the design, implementation
and usage issues surrounding the DDR Requirements.

[1] http://www.w3.org/2004/10/MWIWS-papers/
[2] http://www.w3.org/2004/06/DI-MCA-WS/submissions.html
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