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[Fwd: XTech 2008 Call for Participation, one week to go]

From: Dan Brickley <danbri@danbri.org>
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2008 14:54:05 +0000
Message-ID: <478F6C0D.9070602@danbri.org>
To: Semantic web list <semantic-web@w3.org>, foaf-dev <foaf-dev@lists.foaf-project.org>

Final week for XTech submissions! XTech is one of the Web community's 
finest conferences, and a great crossroads between industry, academia 
and the standards scene. See 
http://2008.xtech.org/public/content/2007/12/05-cfp or the attached for 
details. The theme this year is spot-on for semweb. And 2008 I think 
should be the year that many projects emerge from semweb research scene 
and go show the rest of the world what we've been up to with this tech.

Excerpt, [[
XTech 2008 will be held from May 6-9th 2008, in Dublin, Ireland.

XTech’s theme this year is “The Web on the Move”, focusing on the 
emerging portability of data, applications and identity on the internet. 
We will explore the benefits, issues, practicalities and fun of a web 
built on open standards, open source and commodity technology.

XTech presentations should inspire, educate and challenge. Your audience 
will be people like you, responsible for steering the technological 
direction of their organizations and the web as a whole.
]]

I hope to see many of you there (and perhaps to arrange some semwebby 
gathering alongside). Do get writing those submissions...

cheers,

Dan

-- 
http://danbri.org/

attached mail follows:


Hello,

There's just over a week left now to submit your proposal for
XTech 2008. Read about the calls in more detail at
http://2008.xtech.org/public/content/2007/12/05-cfp

I attach below the full text of the Call for Participation.

Also, we've just posted details of this year's venue, right in
the heart of Dublin, Ireland:
http://2008.xtech.org/public/content/venue

If your company is interested in sponsoring XTech, please see
http://2008.xtech.org/public/content/sponsorship

regards

-- Edd Dumbill, Chair, XTech


Call for Participation -- XTech 2008

http://2008.xtech.org/

Dublin, Ireland. 6-9 May 2008

Proposals for presentations and tutorials are invited for XTech
2008, Europe's premier web technologies conference. The deadline
for submitting proposals is January 25th, 2008.

Read the calls and submit proposals online at
http://2008.xtech.org/public/cfp

XTech's theme this year is "The Web on the Move", focusing on the
emerging portability of data, applications and identity on the
internet. We will explore the benefits, issues, practicalities and
fun of a web built on open standards, open source and commodity
technology.

XTech presentations should inspire, educate and challenge. Your
audience will be people like you, responsible for steering the
technological direction of their organizations and the web as a
whole.

Suggested topic areas include social network platforms, identity
management, Ajax, web of data, databases, operations, programming,
browsers and mobile devices.

Last year's schedule can be viewed on the XTech 2007 web site,
http://2007.xtech.org/

Please direct any questions to the conference chair, Edd Dumbill.
Email edd@usefulinc.com.

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