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Presentations at signed-XML'99

From: Joseph M. Reagle Jr. (W3C) <reagle@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 06 Apr 1999 20:07:08 -0400
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To: "Signed-XML Workshop" <w3c-xml-sig-ws@w3.org>
This email serves two purposes. First, to notify you that you may be in my
targets for giving a small talk. <smile> Second, to solicit your thoughts,
comments, or partipation on a topic that I don't have listed.

Based on the position papers and outstanding issues at hand, here's how I
might organize the content. I expect to get more feedback over the next two
days, so this is very subject to change, but the idea is to confirm
presentation commitments that I know I will want at a minimum.

   Introduction (90 minutes)
    1. Joseph Reagle (& Daniel Weitzner), Agenda (10 minutes)
    2. Tim Berners-Lee, Welcome and Semantic Web (40 minutes)
    3. Don Eastlake, results of IETF meeting (15 minutes)
    4. Daniel Veillard, status of XML Activities (15 minutes)
       
   Signature Semantics (50 minutes)
    1. Ralph Swick, Expressing Signature Semantics in RDF (30 minutes)
    2. Martin Lee, Signing and Communicating Semantics(20 minutes)
       
   Canonicalization and Content Semantics (45 minutes)
    1. Hiroshi Maruyama, DOM HASH (30 minutes)
    2. Ralph Swick, RDF Content Semantics (15 minutes)
       
   Specifications (90 minutes)
     * Milton Anderson, SDML, (45 minutes)
     * Richard Brown, signed-XML draft (45 minutes)
       
   Forms (60 minutes)
    1. John Boyer, Extensible Forms Description Language (30 minutes)
    2. Milton M. Anderson, Browser Support for Signing and Submitting XML
       Forms (30 minutes)
       
   Applications (75 minutes)
     * Ko Fujimura, XML Ticket: Generalized Digital Ticket Definition
       Language (15)
     * Kent Davidson, Digital Receipts (15)
     * Milton Anderson, FSML (15)
     * Contracts
          + Michael Merz, Ponton and The COSMOS Project (15)
          + Richard Himes, Legal Semantics (15)

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