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Free display space for SVG applications at XML99

From: Chris Lilley <chris@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 1999 05:40:58 +0100
Message-ID: <382B9A5A.7787A68D@w3.org>
To: www-svg@w3.org
I came across this notice of free exhibit space for free, shareware, or
pre-release software at the XML99/MarkupTechnologies99 conferences in
Philadelphia. 

I would encourage anyone writing SVG software that falls into this
category (since SVG is not yet  finalised, I would hope all software is
prerelease at this point even if it is not shareware or freeware) to
consider taking part in this exhibition.

I will be doing an SVG tutorial at this conference, so there should be
some SVG-aware folks among the attendees at the exhibition.

> At the GCA December conferences in Philadephia, tabletops
> will be available in the Exhibit Hall to show your software.
> Below is GCA's pitch.  Please consider showing your wares!
> (Information about the conferences is available at
>    http://www.gca.org)
> 
> ---------------  GCA Announcement -------------------------
> 
> The New Technology Nursery is a venue for the display of pre-release
> commercial tools, free tools, and shareware tools.  In this protected
> "nursery" environment, GCA is helping to nurture the tools of tomorrow.  In
> the New Technology Nursery, users have the opportunity to get previews of
> future products and free tools, and developers can get user feedback on tools
> that are not yet ready to release.
> 
> This is free!
> If you want to display your free or pre-release software in the New
> Technology Nursery (a table and electric power will be provided) contact
> Julie Desmond at jdesmond@gca.org.
> 
> ---------------  GCA Announcement -------------------------

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Chris
Received on Thursday, 11 November 1999 23:41:02 GMT

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