Re: (dsssl) Fw: [OpenJade-devel] Development

Subject: Re: (dsssl) Fw: [OpenJade-devel] Development
From: "B. Tommie Usdin" <btusdin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2002 14:06:26 -0500
I can't speak for the chair of XML Europe, but I would be surprised if they were not interested in talks relating standards-related tools.

Aas one of the chairs of Extreme Markup Languages I can tell you that a talk on OpenJade's recent developments would be very appropriate at Extreme. I suspect, also, that Extreme will have an audience that is familiar with Jade and interested in standards of all stripes.

For details on submitting a paper to Extreme please see: or
(There will also be a few late breaking slots at Extreme, but your chances of getting in are far better if you send a paper than if you wait and try for one of the late breakings.)

-- Tommie

>Javier has the right idea about presenting at XML Europe.  The deadline
>for late-breaking news proposals is March 1 (tomorrow, from my time
>I regret I don't have the resources to attend, but it would be great if
>someone (or more) submitted a proposal.  Instructions are at
>  I have presented at a
>past XML Europe conference, and would gladly assist someone prepare the
>paper or develop demos.
>I have heard rumors in past years that the editorial preference of GCA's
>XML conferences is to neglect or ignore topics related to the ISO
>standards--SGML, DSSSL, and HyTime.  The program committee might not
>even be interested in this type of proposal, but it wouldn't hurt to
>The next good conference for presentation would be Extreme Markup in
>Paul Tyson, Principal Consultant                   Precision Documents
>     "The art and science of document engineering."
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Javier Farreres de la Morena" <spanish@xxxxxxxxx>
>To: <openjade-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2002 6:05 AM
>Subject: [OpenJade-devel] Development
>... [openjade development stuff deleted by Paul Tyson]
>Another question I have for the list, and perhaps someone can help me. I
>have lately noticed that in Barcelona, in may I think, there will be
>XML Europe. I just happen to live in Barcelona, and I suppose it would
>a nice place to explain the developments that are being done to
>I have also some things I could offer, like explanations about groves,
>about DSSSL in general and in particular. I don't know if some of you
>in contact with this people, or you know what should be done. I am
>professor and I know that you must send a previous draft about what you
>are going to say, but the reality is that now I don't have anything to
>(about OpenJade, because about DSSSL I have many things I could offer
>the meeting), but in two or three months there will be some things worth
>navegando GRATIS con Tiscali !
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