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90% right (was Re: [CfP] 13th ESWC 2016 - Call for Minute Madness Presentations)

From: Phil Archer <phila@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 19 May 2016 09:16:41 +0100
To: Heiko Paulheim <heiko@informatik.uni-mannheim.de>, public-vocabs@w3.org
Cc: Dan Brickley <danbri@google.com>
Message-ID: <9285fea8-126b-d191-4d11-9ebaf3c30988@w3.org>

Thanks for taking the trouble to prefix the subject line with [CfP] - 
that's helpful. And you also, correctly, sent this (relevant) CfP to 
semantic-web.org. All good. Only negative is that you also sent it to 
this (public-vocabs) list. No, sorry. semantic-web@w3.org is the *only* 
list to post CfPs for Sem-Web related events.

On 19/05/2016 08:23, Heiko Paulheim wrote:
> Apologies for cross-posting

So don't do it.



> ===========================================================
>                       13th ESWC 2016
>               http://2016.eswc-conferences.org/
>             Call for Minute Madness Presentations
> ===========================================================
> This year's ESWC features a "Minute Madness" session. This is an
> entertaining session that is open for every conference attendee to
> present an idea or a project in one minute using one slide. In
> particular, presenters of demos and posters are encouraged to advertise
> their work and attract attendees to their booth. The session takes place
> on the May 31st, 2016, at 17:30 (local time).
> The rules are as follows:
> - You have exactly one slide that will be shown for exactly one minute.
> During this one minute you give your talk. If you talk longer, we will
> stop you.
> - The slides will be advanced automatically. In between the one-minute
> talks a transition slide will be shown for approximately five seconds.
> This transition slide will be generated by us and it will contain the
> title of the next one-minute talk. The transition slide will include the
> title of the paper and the submission ID.
> - Given the limited time, it is highly advisable to avoid trying to
> present technical details of your work. Instead, you should provide the
> audience with a very high-level idea, ideally, presented in a catchy,
> entertaining manner.
> To participate in the Minute of Madness send an email with your slide
> to eswc2016pd@easychair.org no later than May 29 (23:59 Hawaii time)
> (strict deadline). The subject of the email should be "ESWC2016 Minute
> Madness" and the email has to include the following details:
> (1) your name (i.e., the person who presents the talk);
> (2) a title for your talk -- if your talk is an advertisement for your
> demo or your poster, the title must be the title of the poster/demo and
> its submission number;
> (3) a 1-page PDF document with the slide for your talk (The slide should
> be in a standard 4:3 format that is suitable for presenting on a
> projector with a resolution of 1024x768. Please ensure that your slide
> looks good in this format)
> We will also aim to accommodate lightning proposals. However, if we run
> out of open spots, preference will be given to demo and poster
> advertisements, and remaining spots will be filled on a first-come
> first-served basis.


Phil Archer
W3C Data Activity Lead

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