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First/last call for XML track at WWW10 Dev Day on 5 May 2001

From: <Eve.Maler@Sun.COM>
Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2001 16:56:42 -0700 (MST)
Message-ID: <492586703.984959802059.JavaMail.elm@abnaki.East.Sun.COM>
To: www-rdf-interest@w3.org
Cc: eve.maler@east.sun.com
This is the first, last, and only call for presentations for the XML track of Developers' Day at the Tenth International World Wide Web Conference (WWW10).  The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, 28 March.

WWW10 will be held 1-5 May 2001 in Hong Kong, the heart of the Asia-Pacific region.  Leaders from industry, academia, and government will present the latest developments in Web technology, and discuss the issues and challenges facing the web community as it moves into the 21st century.  The conference will consist of refereed paper sessions, poster sessions, panel sessions, a W3C track and six specialized tracks: Culture track, E-commerce on the Web, Vendors track, the Web and Education, Web Internationalization, and the Web and Society.  It will also feature presentations by keynote and invited speakers.  The first day of the conference will be a day of tutorials and workshops, and the last day will be a Developers' Day.

This year the Developers' Day will largely be a plenary session, with several breakout tracks in the afternoon.  This call for presentations is concerned only with the XML track.  For more information about the conference, see:

  http://www.www10.org/

Proposals should be sent directly to the chair of the XML track, Eve Maler:

   mailto:eve.maler@east.sun.com

Your proposal MUST:

- Be mailed no later than Wednesday, 28 March.
- Be in plain text.
- Include a short title suitable for the conference program and web site.
- Provide one to three paragraphs of description, suitable for use as
  a program abstract.
- Come directly from you, not your admin, boss, or marketing department.

Because this track is specially intended to showcase the latest XML developments, we do not require presentations to be submitted in advance.  However, presenters whose proposals are accepted must be prepared to submit their presentation in electronic form immediately following their appearance at the conference.
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Eve Maler                                             +1 781 442 3190
Sun Microsystems XML Technology Development  eve.maler @ east.sun.com
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