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W3C Weekly News - 23 September 2002

From: Susan Lesch <lesch@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2002 19:59:35 -0700
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                             W3C Weekly News

                    17 September - 23 September 2002

W3C Team to Present at XML Days Europe

   W3C is pleased to co-support XML Days that are underway in Europe.
   Klaus Birkenbihl of the W3C Office in Germany and Austria, and Oreste
   Signore of the W3C Office in Italy have participated, and Steven
   Pemberton, Bert Bos, Rigo Wenning, and Ivan Herman of the W3C Team
   will give keynotes.

     * Munich, Germany - 18 September
     * Zurich, Switzerland - 19 September
     * Milan, Italy - 20 September
     * Brussels, Belgium - 2 October
     * Amsterdam, the Netherlands - 3 October
     * Helsinki, Finland - 7 October
     * Stockholm, Sweden - 8 October
     * Oslo, Norway - 9 October
     * Copenhagen, Denmark - 10 October


XML Inclusions Candidate Recommendation Revised

   Responding to feedback, the XML Core Working Group has released an
   updated Candidate Recommendation of "XML Inclusions (XInclude) Version
   1.0." XInclude introduces a generic mechanism for merging XML
   documents using elements, attributes, and URI references. Comments
   are welcome through 1 November. Read about the XML Activity.


Call for Contributions: WWW2003

   The Twelfth International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2003) is to
   be held in Budapest, Hungary, on 20-24 May 2003. A day of tutorials
   and workshops is followed by a three-day technical program. Proposals
   for tutorials and workshops are due 15 October, papers are due 15
   November, and posters are due 15 January. Visit the conference Web site.


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