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From: Dave Makower <davemak@pencom.com>
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 1997 14:14:14 -0500
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The deadline for submitting position papers for the the workshop on Object
Oriented Servers and Data Modeling is this Friday, March 14.  The original
announcement and call for participation is repeated below.

REMINDER: If you are thinking of attending, but have not submitted a
position paper, please note the following text from a recent announcement
from the organizers of the 6th Annual World Wide Web Conference:

    "The WWW6 Workshops ... are intended to create an environment
    in which people will work together to advance Web technology
    in important areas. Workshop participants will be expected to
    *think and contribute*, not just attend and listen! If you are
    interested in participating in one of the workshops, please
    submit a position paper to the individual workshop organizer
    as soon as possible."

If you plan to participate in this workshop, we need to receive a position
paper by this Friday, March 14.  Position papers should be 1-5 pages, in


This is a call for participation in a workshop to be held on April 7, 1997
at the 6th Annual World Wide Web Conference in Santa Clara, California.
More information and a full description can be found at

A brief description follows:

Object-Oriented Web Servers and Data Modeling

  o Dr. Leon Shklar <leon@pencom.com>, Pencom Systems & Rutgers Univ.
  o Dave Makower <davemak@pencom.com>, Pencom Systems
  o Wei-Yeh Lee <weiyeh@pencom.com>, Pencom Systems

The new generation of Java-based, object-oriented Web servers, their
support for data modeling, and new work in applying data modeling to
the World-Wide Web.

The main objective of this workshop is to bring together researchers and
developers working on designing extensible object frameworks for the
World-Wide Web -- as exemplified by these new Java-based HTTP servers -- and
those interested in utilizing these frameworks to apply data-modeling
approach to Web site construction. The desired result of the workshop is the
formation of an informal working group from workshop participants.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Anselm Baird-Smith, W3C, author of Jigsaw


More information, including submission guidelines for those wishing to
participate,  can be found at http://www.pencom.com/metamagic/workshop97/.

|    Dave Makower     |    davemak@pencom.com   |   WWW Specialist    |
|     Co-author of "Java Programming Basics" (Henry Holt/MIS:Press)   |
|                 http://www.pencom.com/javabasics/                   |
|   Pencom Web Works               |   (212) 513-7777   voice         |
|   Pencom Systems Inc.            |   (212) 513-1975   fax           |
|   40 Fulton St.                  |                                  |
|   New York, NY  10038            |   http://www.pencom.com/         |
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