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Extreme Markup Languages 2005 Call for Participation

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  • B Tommie Usdin
    A peer-reviewed technical conference. An unfettered festival of unconventional markup. Pointy-brackets, pointed questions, and sharp ideas. Nearly a week of
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      A peer-reviewed technical conference. An unfettered festival of
      unconventional markup. Pointy-brackets, pointed questions, and
      sharp ideas. Nearly a week of geek speak.

      Extreme Markup Languages® 2005
      Produced by IDEAlliance

      August 1-5, 2005
      Hotel Europa, Montréal, Canada

      Extreme Markup Languages is devoted to the theory and practice of
      markup languages from industrial, academic, and other points of view.
      It differs from other conferences partly in its unapologetic emphasis
      on technical subjects and problems on the frontiers of current
      practice, and partly in the participants it attracts. Extreme
      typically has an unusually high concentration of markup theorists
      computer scientists, linguists, taxonomists, publishers,
      lexicographers, typographers, software developers, librarians, and
      other people you want to spend time with - also anarchists,
      curmudgeons, and deep thinkers - and a lower than average
      concentration of managers in need of a clue.

      Topics are likely to include:
      - XML, XSLT, XSL-FO, XPath, RSS, OWL, XTM
      - XML querying and searching
      - Knowledge representation: Topic Maps, RDF graphs, and semantic
      networks
      - Constraint languages: DTDs and schemas
      - Metadata registries and unregistered metadata
      - Anthropology of markup adoption patterns
      - XML databases and content management systems
      - Performance and other deployment issues
      - Making the world mark-upable: ontologies, taxonomies, controlled
      vocabularies, and PSI
      - The Next Big Edge Case
      - Chicken lips, overlap, and other things you can't talk about
      without using your hands

      Specific Calls for Participation now available:

      Call for Papers: http://www.mulberrytech.com/Extreme/details.html
      Call for Peer Reviewers:
      http://www.mulberrytech.com/Extreme/peerapply.html
      Call for Tutorials:
      http://www.mulberrytech.com/Extreme/tutorialcall.html

      If you worry that your topic lacks geek chic, run it by us: send us
      email at extreme@.... Case studies, software development
      war stories, project reports, markup archeology, and news from
      far-flung fronts in the war for better knowledge and information
      management are all welcome at Extreme. Vendor softsoap we use to
      line the birdcage.

      Details now at http://www.mulberrytech.com/Extreme
      More information soon at: http://www.extrememarkup.com
      Produced by IDEAlliance: http://www.idealliance.org
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      August 1-5, 2005 http://www.mulberrytech.com/Extreme
      Montreal, Canada http://www.extrememarkup.com
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