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Reminder: Jena User Conference submissions due 20th Feb

From: Dickinson, Ian J. \(HP Labs, Bristol, UK\) <ian.dickinson@hp.com>
Date: Wed, 8 Feb 2006 16:23:38 -0000
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**Please forward as appropriate.**

A quick reminder that submissions to the Jena User Conference are due by
the 20th of February 2006.  A copy of the call for submissions is
reproduced below. We hope to open the registration process in the next
week or so.

Full details at http://jena.hpl.hp.com/juc2006

Ian Dickinson
HPLabs, Bristol, UK

Call for submissions

This is the first call for submissions for the First Jena User
Conference, to be held on the 10th and 11th of May, 2006, at
Hewlett-Packard Labs, Bristol, UK.

The theme of the conference is building the community of Jena users and
developers. The conference sessions will feature presentations,
discussions and demos about:

* applications built with Jena
* libraries extending Jena
* comparisons of semantic web frameworks
* design patterns and software engineering with Jena

We encourage any submissions appropriate to these themes. Submissions
will be reviewed by the program committee. In the first instance,
submissions should be of one of the following three types:

* demo
A demo submission can either be an abstract of about two pages in
length, or it can be a collection of about eight screen shots with a
short commentary.

* position paper
This is for shorter submissions that do not involve a demo. This should
be of about four pages in length. This is particularly appropriate for
instance, for discussing design patterns or software engineering issues
with Jena, or comparisons of Jena with other systems.

* workshop paper
This should be between six and ten pages in length, appropriate for a
twenty minute presentation (with or without a demo). Such submissions
may, for instance, report on business applications using Jena, libraries
built on top of Jena or Semantic Web research performed with the help of

Submissions should be e-mailed to juc-submissions@hpl.hp.com.

On-topic submissions of work that has been presented elsewhere will be
considered. We intend to publish an HPLabs technical report containing
selected papers and presentations from the conference. Authors are
requested to indicate whether they would wish their work to be included
in such a report (noting that copyright would be shared).
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