Re: [evonline2002_webheads] WiaOC 2005 report
- Dennis will be doing what you suggest shortly, and it's a good idea.
I appreciate that others can work on the consensus CfP while I'm
away. Who can accept this responsibility?
I'm absorbing feedback on this one. There is one small thing though.
I had not meant to put the rubric for referees in the CfP (nor for
that team to come up with it in a matter of days) but to ensure that
there was some indication of what we would be looking for in that
rubric in the CfP.
Thanks for your input, please continue,
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From: Dafne <dygonza@...>
Date: Saturday, July 2, 2005 5:26 pm
Subject: Re: [evonline2002_webheads] WiaOC 2005 report
> Sorry, I thought I had saved this message as a draft to send later
> but it seems my finger went to the wrong place and I sent it
> without having finished.
> Well, I just wanted to say that if Vance is going on a well
> deserved vacation, and we know when the CfP needs to be sent,
> provided we agree on the form, we can make it public while Vance
> is on vacation (btw, I think we should have the first version
> available so others can compare and give their opinion, the link
> that Tere gave for the first version is not active).
> I think we should also show the cover page for the CfP that Dennis
> was preparing. I think it was almost ready and the comments posted
> to Dennis' blog indicated that people liked it. Dennis, can you
> send those links to this list, pls ;-). I wonder why the links to
> the earlier CfP and the annnouncement page have vanished. Or am I
> missing something?
> back to projects correction,
> Dafne <dygonza@...> wrote:
> My comments inside:******
> Vance Stevens <vstevens@...> wrote:
> The first priority for us now is to get a call for papers out. I
> going on vacation with my family on July 6 for two weeks and for
> that period I will not be able to engage as I am now, and so I
> like to issue this CfP by then. In order to issue a call we have
> define our event and have a mechanism by which those responding to
> the call can submit proposals. Dennis Oliver has been working on
> submissions form. Fernanda has graciously offered to make it
> dynamic and link it to a database. We aren't sure we'll have time
> do this for this year (but Fernanda is going to try!), and this is
> an example of the expertise we have in Webheads that we can call
> into play once we've matched it to our needs.
> ***Vance, you can go on vacation, We have a team for the CfP and a
> team to vet prop. You can rely on the teams to do the job, that's
> their responsibility, and I am sure each team will be doing their
> best to carry our their assignments. This is a team conference, y
> You can see the current version of the submissions form here:
> We'd like your feedback on it. Go ahead and try it out. Submit a
> proposal if you like. Let us know if you have any suggestions for
> The next step is to word a CfP. The team for that is Dennis
> and Eric Baber. I have a tentative wording up at
> I would very much like to have a CfP in shape with a link to a
> submissions form that you can start disseminating on July 5 (the
> before I disappear on holiday).
> We also have a Referee team waiting to receive the proposals at
> end of August. The referee team needs to give me enough of an
> right away! of the rubric they will use to evaluate proposals by
> July 4 so that I can put this in the CfP so that people submitting
> proposals will know what we are looking for in accepting or (in
> extreme cases) rejecting a proposal.
> Between us Webheads, we are looking for proposals that will
> illustrate ways of using the media with which we experiment in our
> community of practice. It's hard to imagine a proposal that a
> Webhead would submit that might be rejected. As we do in EVO, the
> referee team would likely get back to you and try to help you with
> your proposal if they had some suggestion for improvement that
> ensure its acceptance. It's an online conference and we don't
> limitations of space and time that prevail at brick and mortar
> conferences. The idea of this conference is to encourage
> and grant you exposure to what you do.
> There is a referee process in order to provide legitimacy for
> who wish it. The referee process requires that a panel of peers
> your proposal and agree that it is one worthy of attention of
> peers. Since a panel of referees has to be convened there is a
> timeline for that process. At the moment we envisage a
> deadline of August 31 for proposals whose authors wish to undergo
> that process. But after that date, we intend to accept proposals
> and schedule them as long as there are spaces available, so
> presentation at the conference is not limited to refereed
> presentations. I intend to note on the program however which
> presentations have been refereed.
> It is intended also to conduct team business and other conference
> business at our Moodle http://www.opensource.idv.tw/moodle/ . The
> Moodle space has been graciously provided by Venny, and Karen is
> working on setting up forums and other interactive spaces for our
> conference. If you have any ideas on what functions for our
> conference can be handled by the Moodle, please let us know either
> on this list, or at the moodle itself.
> Enough for now, and please let us know your reactions
- Hi all,
This is just to let you know of the latest update.
I have updated the portal and its mirror:
The really good news is that the people who wrote recently with
ideas on the conference all got together last Sunday after the noon
GMT chat and hammered out a Call for Papers form that all are happy
with. You can see it here:
It's still being tweaked. Meanwhile Fernanda is busy converting it
into dynamic ASP and soon it will be ready for you to submit your
At that point the CfP team takes over. They have assured me that I
can go on holiday and a call will materialize.
I will be away in Guatemala and Honduras from the day after tomorrow
until July 22, but I will try to keep in touch while traveling.
Best to all,
- Hi Vance, enjoy your well earned vacation away from us ...... even
if keeping in touch;-)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Vance Stevens"
> Hi all,http://www.vancestevens.com/papers/evonline2002/convergence2005.htm
> This is just to let you know of the latest update.
> I have updated the portal and its mirror:
> Conference Portal:
> Portal Mirror:http://18.104.22.168/~wia/vstevens/papers/evonline2002/convergence200
> The really good news is that the people who wrote recently with
> ideas on the conference all got together last Sunday after the
> GMT chat and hammered out a Call for Papers form that all arehappy
> with. You can see it here:it
> It's still being tweaked. Meanwhile Fernanda is busy converting
> into dynamic ASP and soon it will be ready for you to submit yourI
> At that point the CfP team takes over. They have assured me that
> can go on holiday and a call will materialize.tomorrow
> I will be away in Guatemala and Honduras from the day after
> until July 22, but I will try to keep in touch while traveling.
> Best to all,