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Re: Jazoon 07 ( Java conference ) call for Papers - deadline extended

From: Henry Story <Henry.Story@Sun.COM>
Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2006 22:14:37 -0800
To: Semantic Web <semantic-web@w3.org>
Message-id: <0EB9BC6B-06B7-4909-AC5D-96E070F1BEE9@Sun.Com>

The Jazoon conference is the occasion to start preparing people in  
the Java World for the Semantic Web. We have a lot of conferences  
dedicated to the Semantic Web, but it would be good to start catching  
some attention from other groups.

The Jazoon submission deadline for papers has been extended to Dec 31.

Here are some of the other deadlines:

     *  Peer-refereed talks (30') within the technical program
       Submit a 3-5 page extended abstract (about 6000 characters) by  
December 31, 2006 (accepted authors pay no conference fee)
     * Work-in-progress presentations (30')
       Submit a 3 page extended abstract by February 28, 2007  
(accepted authors benefit from 50%-reduced conference fee).
     * Software demos (45')
       Submit your proposal by March 31, 2007 (demo slots are free  
for non-commercial software).
     * Birds-of-a-feather sessions
       Submit your topic proposal by April 30, 2007. The conference  
organizer will try to pool similar or equivalent proposals and invite  
the proposers to moderate the sessions (BOF sessions can also be  
proposed ad-hoc during the conference).
     * Pre-Conference Tutorials (half-day and full-day)
       Tutorials can be proposed for any topic of interest and will  
be selected by the organizers. Tutorials with less than 8  
registrations will be canceled. (Tutorial speakers will be paid).

Henry Story

On 15 Nov 2006, at 09:26, Henry Story wrote:

> From my blog:  http://blogs.sun.com/bblfish/entry/ 
> jazzoon_call_for_semweb_papers
> ----
> The Jazoon Java conference to be held end of June 2007 in  
> Switzerland [1] has opened its call for papers [2]. I am on the  
> program committee [3], and am pushing for Semantic Web technologies  
> to be represented in the conference. Other program committee  
> members are supportive.
> There is a huge amount of open source Java work going on in this  
> area and it is time for these technologies to be presented and  
> explained to the larger Java community, which represent over 4  
> million developers.
> Please have a look at the Call for Papers and contact me with your  
> ideas as soon as possible so that I can get some initial feedback  
> from the other members.
> I am also looking at what can be done for the Java One conference  
> in 2007, so any suggestions you send me for Jazoon, will be passed  
> on to Java One organisers too.
> Henry Story
> [1] http://www.jazoon.com/
> [2] http://www.jazoon.com/jazoon/en/contribute/cfp.html
> [3] http://www.jazoon.com/jazoon/en/conference/committee.html
> Foaf name: http://bblfish.net/people/henry/card#me

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