XML Europe 2004 late-breaking talks finalized
20:11, 29 Mar 2004 UTC | Edd Dumbill

The schedule for XML Europe 2004 (April 19-21, Amsterdamn, The Netherlands) has been finalized. In addition to keynotes from Amazon's Jeff Barr and the W3C's Steven Pemberton, the late-breaking talks add news from the most recent work in the XML world.

Late-breaking talks include:

  • “Take REST: An Analysis of Two REST APIS,” Paul Prescod, BlastRadius
  • “SVG 1.2: The Bleeding Edge XML Client,” Antoine Quint, Fuchsia Design
  • “The Open eBook Publication Structure: Next Steps,” Allen Renear, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • “Versioning Made Easy with W3C XML Schema and Pipelines,” Henry Thompson, University of Edinburgh
  • “RDF/XHTML: A New RDF Syntax,” Steven Pemberton, W3C/CWI, with Mark Birbeck, Ltd
  • “Towards Seamless Knowledge – Integrating Public Sector Portals,” Steve Pepper, Ontopia

XML Europe 2004 is chaired by xmlhack editor, Edd Dumbill, and will feature talks from other contributors including Eric van der Vlist and Uche Ogbuji.

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