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Call for Papers: 6th Review of April Fool's day Transactions (RAFT 2011)

From: Antoine Zimmermann <antoine.zimmermann@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2011 14:13:55 +0100
Message-ID: <4D592A93.5060100@insa-lyon.fr>
To: Linked Data community <public-lod@w3.org>
CC: rh@aprilfoolsreview.com
Dear all,


With our Review of April Fool's day Transactions, we are leveraging 
nonchalant knowledge for the LOD web!
Please look at the "they are citing us" section to see how this call is 
related to public-lod.


Apologies for multiple postings. Please disseminate widely.
More information at http://www.aprilfoolsreview.com/
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Call for papers

Thanks to an incredibly successful 2010 issue, we are very proud to 
announce the sixth edition of the Review of April Fool's day 
Transactions (RAFT'2011). Not only RAFT is now widely recognised by our 
community, it is today expanding its sphere of influence beyond its 
traditionnal borders, to reach new--and exciting!--areas of science. For 
this reason, we invite you to submit a paper, by March 10th, 2011, to 
the RAFT Program Committee for consideration at the RAFT'2011 'Beyond 
Frontiers' edition. The tremendous investment we've been pouring into 
RAFT for years has paid off, and with your support, we plan to bring our 
publishing standards even further this year.


Themes

In the same spirit as in the previous years' issues, we demand that the
submitted papers follow strict rigour, technical soundness, originality,
humour, funniness, weirdness and comprehensibleness. We greatly 
recommend nonsense, Gibberish, gobbledygook jargon and blah blah. Topics 
are entirely up to the authors, but a rude scientific treatment should 
be inflicted to the matter in question.


Instructions

Papers must be submitted via email to either Rodolphe Héliot 
(rh@aprilfoolsreview.com) or Antoine Zimmermann 
(az@aprilfoolsreview.com) and should fit one of the following formats: 
LATEX or any kind of formatted text (e.g., Micro$oft Word, RTF, HTML, 
etc). Paper language can be either French or English.


Important dates

Submission deadline
    10th March 2011
Notification of acceptance
    17th March 2011
Camera ready papers
    23rd March 2011
April Fool's day
    1st April 2011


They are citing us!

The following papers from RAFT have been cited:

Denny Vrandecíc, Markus Krötzsch, Sebastian Rudolph and Uta Lösche.
Leveraging Non-Lexical Knowledge for the Linked Open Data Web. In 5th 
Review of April Fool's Transactions (RAFT 2010), pages 18-27, 2010.
    Cited by: Pascal Hitzler and Frank van Harmelen. A Reasonable 
Semantic Web. In the Semantic Web Journal, Vol. 1, issue 1-2, pages 
39-44. IOS Press.
    Cited by: Christoph Lange. Christoph Lange. Towards OpenMath Content
Dictionaries as Linked Data. In Michael Kohlhase, Christoph Lange, eds.:
23rd OpenMath Workshop, July 2010.
    Cited by: Christoph Lange. Integrating Mathematics into the Web of 
Data. In Sören Auer, Stefan Decker, Manfred Hauswirth, eds.: Linked Data 
in the Future Internet, Future Internet Assembly, 2010-12-16/2010-12-17 
in Ghent, Belgium, 2010.
    Cited by: Christoph Lange. Integrated Semantic Web Collaboration on
Semiformal Mathematical Knowledge. Ph.D. thesis. Jacobs University 
Bremen. 2010.

Antoine Zimmermann. A study of LOLs on the web. In 2nd Review of April
Fool's Transactions (RAFT 2007), pages 12-16, 2007.
    Cited by: Sam Jodhunt, Bernie Sormithy and Ewan Thenjabor. A study 
of the seldomness of strong human emotions using internet metrology. In 
5th Review of April Fool's Transactions (RAFT 2010), pages 8-17, 2010.

Christine Azevedo-Coste. Towards an FES-assisted smile. In 3rd Review of
April Fool's Transactions (RAFT 2008), pages 16-17, 2008.
    Cited by: Antoine Zimmermann. AckGenTM: The Acknowledgement 
Generator - A Case Study. In 3rd Review of April Fool's Transactions 
(RAFT 2008), pages 42-47, 2008.


Staff

The committee of the RAFT is composed of two half-human/half-scientist
individuals who have been bred by a pack of crazy erudites.

Editors
    Rodolphe Héliot (rh@aprilfoolsreview.com)
    Antoine Zimmermann (az@aprilfoolsreview.com
Webmaster
    Antoine Zimmermann (az@aprilfoolsreview.com)



-- 
Rodolphe Héliot and Antoine Zimmermann
RAFT editors.
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