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Deadline today! [ANN] Reminder: Call for Participation, XTech 2005, 24-27 May, Amsterdam, Netherlands

From: Dan Brickley <danbri@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 7 Jan 2005 10:05:24 -0500
To: www-rdf-interest@w3.org
Message-ID: <20050107150524.GI16024@homer.w3.org>

Last chance to get your proposals in. Remember they're only proposals!
This looks like a great conference, with a healthy mix of 
XML, SW, Web/browser and open data themes. I hope to see many of 
you there. Get writing! :)


* Edd Dumbill <edd@usefulinc.com> [2004-12-17 16:00+0000]
> In your haste to enjoy the holiday season, don't forget the XTech call
> for participation!   Deadline is January 7, 2005, but I'd love to see as
> many proposals as possible in before the break. -- ED.
> <http://www.xtech-conference.org/2005/call.asp>
> "XML, the Web and Beyond"
> 24-27 May, 2005. Amsterdam, Netherlands.
> Submissions of abstracts for papers and tutorials are now being
> accepted for XTech 2005.  The deadline for proposals is January 7, 2005.
> XTech 2005 is a conference for developers and managers working with
> XML and Web technologies, bringing together the worlds of XML and web
> development, open standards, open source and open data. This year's
> tracks include:
>  * Core Technologies (XML specs and processing, including RDF, OWL etc.)
>  * Applications (vocabularies, applications and experience)
>  * Browser Technology (Mozilla, XAML, WhatWG, forms) 
>  * Open Data (policy & technology issues of putting data on the web)
> A full description of tracks, including suitable topic areas, can be
> found on the web: <http://www.xtech-conference.org/2005/tracks.asp>
> Formerly known as the XML Europe conference, XTech has widened its
> scope to incorporate neighboring technologies from the web and
> business.  As the use of XML broadens out beyond traditional core
> topics, we want to reflect that in the conference.
> The two new areas in this conference reflect the lively development in
> web user interfaces and the growing experimentation with open access
> to data at the personal, corporate and government levels.
> More information on the new tracks and their relevance to the XML
> community can be found in Edd Dumbill's XML.com article on XTech 2005
> online at <http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2004/11/10/deviant.html>
> Abstracts will be blind-reviewed by a selection of peer reviewers.  If
> successful, you will be asked to produce a paper for the conference.
> More details and a submission form are available at 
> <http://www.xtech-conference.org/2005/call.asp>
> Please don't hesitate to contact Edd Dumbill, programme chair, via
> email at <edd@usefulinc.com> if you have any questions.
> Programme committee: Edd Dumbill (O'Reilly Network), Dan Brickley
> (W3C), Eric van der Vlist (Dyomedea), Jeni Tennison (Jeni Tennison
> Consulting), Matt Biddulph (BBC Radio and Music Interactive), Marion
> Elledge (IDEAlliance).
> XTech 2005 is produced by IDEAlliance, http://www.idealliance.org/.
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