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Second Call -- WWW5 Workshop (Paris, 6 May 1996)

From: A Eliens <eliens@cs.vu.nl>
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 96 22:34:34 MET
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Second Call for Participation WWW5 Workshop (Paris, 6 May 1996)

 Programming the Web -- a search for APIs

The call for participation can be found at URL(s)

  http://www.cs.vu.nl/~eliens/WWW5/workshop.html
  http://www.w3.org/pub/Conferences/WWW5/fich_html/workshops/Eliens.html

For your convenience, the text is (partially) included below.

Invited speaker: Luca Cardelli -- What is the Web's Model of Computation?

Deadlines

Position papers must be submitted by email before April 8 1996
Notification of acceptance: 15 April 1996

Mail contributions to:

Anton Eliens eliens@cs.vu.nl
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Programming the Web - a search for APIs

The workshop focusses on
concepts and requirements for high-level API
suitable for developing Web-aware applications.
An explicit goal of the workshop is to publish
state of the art references to existing APIs.


Workshop Committee

The Chairman, and committee members contacts:

Anton Eliens (Chair)
Email: eliens@cs.vu.nl

David De Roure
Email: dder@ecs.soton.ac.uk

Simon Dobson
Email: S.Dobson@rl.ac.uk


Abstract

The workshop focusses on the issue of what support should
provided for developing Web-aware applications.

Topics include: see http://www.cs.vu.nl/~eliens/WWW5/workshop.html

We like the workshop to result in
 * the definition of requirements for high-level APIs
and frameworks for Web programming
 * the characterization of suitable components
for Web-aware applications,
 * an overview of existing APIs for the Web

Position papers

Position papers from 3-5 (HTML-2.0) pages addressing one of
the topics mentioned are welcomed.
Position papers proposing an API must include a
brief description of the API, its intended 
application domain and preferably 
an indication of practical experience.
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