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Subject:

XTech 2000: Call for Papers and Tutorials

From:

David Megginson <[log in to unmask]>

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General discussion of Extensible Markup Language <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 24 Nov 1999 06:36:09 -0500

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Together with my co-chairs, Jon Bosak and Tim Bray, I would like to
invite the members of xml-l to submit proposals for papers and
tutorials at the XTech 2000 conference, which will be held from
February 27 to 2 March 2000 in San Jose, CA.

XTech is sponsored by the GCA and is the major west-coast XML
conference: it has a technical (rather than marketing) focus, and it
is an excellent place for introducing or debating new ideas and
technologies. For more information about the conference, please see

  http://www.gca.org/attend/2000_conferences/xtech_2000/

Note that the submission deadline of November 30 on the Web page is
incorrect (we'll fix it ASAP); the deadline for both paper and
tutorial proposals is December 8, 1999, with notification by December
30, 1999.


Call for Papers
---------------

Presentations at XTech 2000 will be 30-45 minutes in length or
featured in panel discussion format. Suitable topic areas may include,
but are not limited to the following: Open Source XML, XML inside the
firewall, XML and Non-Roman character sets, XML and portable devices
(palmtops, cell phones, embedded systems), XML and Java, XML and
Python, XML and publishing, XML/EDI XML and e-business, XML and Perl,
Vocabularies, Query languages, Information Content and Exchange (ICE),
Stylesheets, rendering and printing XML and co-existence Web graphics,
Linking Core technology developments, Multipart document packaging,
Schemas XML and ActiveX Authoring, XML and Unicode, Repositories XML
for the individual user, Browsers Developer tools Application
requirements, Transition considerations, and more!

Submissions must be sent electronically to [log in to unmask] in a
clear text format that contains the following fields:

Presentation title:
Presenter's name:
Job title and affiliation:
Address: (full mailing address, including postal code)
Email/Phone/Fax:
Biography:
Abstract (not less than 500 words):
Brief Description:


Call for Tutorials
------------------

Proposals will be accepted for one or two-day tutorials. Submissions
must be sent electronically to [log in to unmask] in a clear text
format that contains the following fields:

Presentation title:
Presenter's name:
Job title and affiliation:
Address: (full mailing address, including postal code)
Email/Phone/Fax:
Biography:
Course outline:
Brief Description:
Specific requirements: (pre-requisites, equipment required, special
audio/visual)

Schedule for Submissions

December 8, 1999 - - - Presentation submission deadline
December 8, 1999 - - - Tutorial submission deadline
December 30, 1999 - - - Notification of acceptance


Thanks, and all the best,


David Megginson,
Co-chair XTech 2000

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David Megginson [log in to unmask]
           http://www.megginson.com/


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