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Call for participation - SMWCon Spring 2013

From: Laurent Alquier <lalquier@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 26 Jan 2013 15:19:20 -0500
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This is an announcement for the Semantic MediaWiki Conference 'SMWCon
Spring 2013'.



WHERE

The Spring 2013 SMWCon will be held at Interactive Telecommunications
Program (or ITP),
a department of New York University, in New York City, in the United States.
ITP is an incredibly creative place, located at 721 Broadway, between
Washington Pl. and
Waverly Pl., in New York's Greenwich Village neighborhood.



WHEN

March 20-22 2013.



CONFERENCE WEBSITE:

http://semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/SMWCon_Spring_2013

This will be the 10th edition of the Semantic MediaWiki Conference!

SMWCon is open to everyone interested in collaborative knowledge creation
using semantic wikis.

The event brings together developers, users, and organizations from the
Semantic MediaWiki
community around the world.

In what is becoming a tradition, we will spend the first day with tutorials
and a workshop for
those who want to learn more about Semantic MediaWiki and build from it.
The second and
the third day of the conference will include talks from the developers and
users of SMW.



HOW TO PARTICIPATE

We have started to form a program of the conference.

Since this is a community driven event, please visit the following wiki
page to get news
about the program, add your name to the attendees list and register your
talk:

http://semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/SMWCon_Spring_2013

It does not have to be formal and/or complete, however, you're welcome to
share more
information about your talk, like a short abstract, and even desirable
length. We are looking
for use cases, updates on existing projects, lightning talks, or even demos.



IMPORTANT DATES

February 20 - deadlines to submit proposals of talks (the earlier the
better)

March 20 - the conference itself



See you in New York!

Regards,

Laurent Alquier, Program Chair
Received on Monday, 28 January 2013 09:37:11 GMT

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