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Ann: call for submissions for XML 2003 open

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Lauren Wood <[log in to unmask]>

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XML 2003 Call for Presentations, Tutorials, Exhibits, and Sponsors
December 7-12, 2003
Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

http://www.xmlconference.org

Submission deadline for tutorials and presentations (except product
and late-breaking presentations): June 2nd, 2003

"Now We're Cooking" is the XML Conference theme for this year. XML is
now used in many different ways and in many different applications.
Leading (best) practices are starting to emerge, and recipes for
success are starting to be reliable and reproducible. The Conference
this year is dedicated to telling people what they need to know to
get their systems working.

This is where you come in. We are looking for top-quality tutorials
and talks that help attendees understand what the leading practices
are, how to use them, what to watch out for, and how to solve
problems that show up. They also want to know which new technologies
are coming down the pipeline. The attendees at XML 2003 want to hear
first hand from the experts which products will solve their problems
and which methodologies will meet their needs.  Whether as speaker,
tutorial presenter, exhibitor, or sponsor, you will find that XML
2003 provides the best forum to share your knowledge or demonstrate
your products.

We already have some excellent keynote speakers confirmed: Adam
Bosworth (BEA), Jon Udell (InfoWorld), and Shantanu Narayen (Adobe)
and expect to confirm others shortly.

Please forward this message to anyone you think might be interested
in speaking or exhibiting at XML 2003.

Conference Topic Areas

Speaking sessions:  Suggested topic areas are Case Studies, Core
Technologies, Integration, B2B, Vertical Industries, Government,
Graphics and Multimedia, Knowledge Management, Publishing, Storing
XML, Web Services, Wireless. Other ideas are welcome. For
descriptions of these areas, please see
http://www.xmlconference.org/xmlusa/2003/sessiondetails.asp

Talks can be introductory or advanced, geared to implementers or
executives. We are not looking for extremely technical developer
content or introductory talks about what XML is (although
introductory tutorials are welcomed). All Conference submissions with
a June 2nd deadline will be blind reviewed by a panel of 80 experts.
They grade the abstract for interest and look for evidence that the
speaker knows the subject and can explain it.

Product presentations: We have renamed the Vendor Presentation track
to Product Presentation, since open source and products produced by
non-vendors are also welcome. Products that are new, standards-based
and interoperable with other products will be given preference.

Town Hall Meetings:  Held throughout the conference, these
interactive forums are designed to allow all attendees to join open-
mike town-hall forums. This is a great way to ask questions, listen
to suggestions, soak up praise, endure abuse, hold straw polls, or go
into more detail on particular issues not possible during other
presentations.

All interested parties are invited to submit proposals.
Presentations will be chosen to fit 45-minute time blocks (usually 40
minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for questions). A version of
the paper must also be written in XML for publication in the
Proceedings (with the exception of product demonstrations). We expect
XML authoring tool vendors to make XML authoring software available.
Further instructions will follow upon acceptance of a presentation.
Electronic conference proceedings will be produced and made available
on the Website and CD-ROM.

All selected speakers will receive a free registration for the
conference (December 9-12), provided their paper, tagged in XML, is
received by the October 15, 2002 deadline.  In addition, all
submitters of complete abstracts not chosen for the conference will
automatically receive a discount of $100 off the conference
registration amount.  Registration instructions will be forwarded.

Submissions must be made online by June 2, 2003 at
http://www.xmlconference.org

Call for Tutorials

IDEAlliance is seeking highly qualified instructors to lead
tutorials, which will be selected based on merits of the topic and
instructor.  Tutorials will be one-half or full-day workshops.
Please be sure to indicate any special requirements and the length of
your tutorial on the submission form. A complete handout for the
tutorial will be required.

Selected instructors will receive a free Gold Pass registration
(December 7-12), provided their tutorial handout is received by the
November 10, 2003 deadline.  In addition, all submitters of complete
abstracts not chosen for the conference will automatically receive a
discount of $100 off the conference registration amount.
Registration instructions will be forwarded.

Submissions must be made online by June 2, 2003 at
http://www.xmlconference.org

Please note: Marketing/promotional presentations will not be
considered for tutorials or presentations, although "how to use"
tutorials that concentrate on a particular product are allowed, if
clearly described in the abstract. Material must reflect information
as described in the acceptance abstract and must be original work of
professional quality. Selected authors will be notified and guideline
materials will follow.

regards,

Lauren

---
Lauren Wood, Textuality
Chair, XML 2003 http://www.xmlconference.org

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