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XML Europe 2003 Call for Participation

From: Edd Dumbill <edd@usefulinc.com>
Date: 24 Oct 2002 18:08:36 +0100
To: www-rdf-interest@w3.org
Message-Id: <1035479316.23798.263.camel@pingu>

Please excuse the noise if you've received this already, but I wanted to
draw the RDF IG's attention to this in plenty of time for the

While topic map technology has always had an excellent showing at this
conference, representation from the RDF world has always been thin.  I'd
love to see more proposals from the RDF world for XML Europe 2003, so
here's your chance.


-- Edd Dumbill

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    The XML Europe 2003 Conference will take place in London, England, from
    5-8 May, 2003.

    The deadline for paper proposals for XML Europe 2003 is Friday, 13
    December, 2002.  See the call for participation at

In detail:

XML Europe provides the premier European forum for the XML community,
spanning the worlds of electronic business, publishing, the Internet,
e-government, software and open standards development.  This year's
conference takes as its theme "Powering the Information Society,"
reflecting the crucial place XML is taking in underpinning many of 
the systems that form a real part of our lives.

XML Europe's remit is traditionally broad: mixing the newest technology
with the latest thinking in the business and legal issues of information

For guidelines and to submit a proposal, visit the event web site
at <http://www.xmleurope.com/2003/call.asp>.

There are many ways to participate in the conference, by presenting a 
paper, a tutorial, as a vendor-presenter, or by presenting a late-breaking
news item.

For regular presentations and tutorials the deadline for proposal submission
(not the full paper) is 13 December 2002.  Presentation proposals will be
appreciated in, but not limited to, the following areas:

* Case Studies
* Content Management
* Core Technologies
* Databases
* Electronic Business
* Government
* Legal
* Graphics and Multimedia
* Knowledge Technologies
* Publishing
* Web Services

More information on proposing presentations is available at

Suggested tutorial topics include, but are not limited to: Electronic
Business, Graphics and Multimedia, Knowledge Technologies, XML and
Databases, XML for IT Managers, XML on ... .NET/Java/Open Source, etc., 
XML Schema Languages, Web Development, Web Services.

More information is available at

Edd Dumbill
Programme Chair, XML Europe 2003
Received on Thursday, 24 October 2002 13:08:52 UTC

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