[jats-list] FW: Complete Balisage 2013 Program Announced

Subject: [jats-list] FW: Complete Balisage 2013 Program Announced
From: "Beck, Jeff (NIH/NLM/NCBI) [E]" <beck@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 24 Jun 2013 20:22:23 +0000
This is a great way to spend a week in August!


On 6/24/13 2:39 PM, "Tommie Usdin" <btusdin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>Balisage 2013 Program Finalized
>When the regular (peer-reviewed) part of the Balisage 2013 program was
>scheduled, a few slots were reserved for presentation of "Late breaking"
>material.  These presentations have now been selected and added to the
>Topics added include:
>-  The new W3C publishing activity
>-  Marking up Changes in XML Documents
>-  Comparing Document Grammars using XQuery
>-  User interface styles for a web interface design framework
>-  Rights metadata standards
>-  A general purpose architecture for making slides from XML documents
>-  Architectural forms for the 21st century
>The program already included challenges to the fundamental infrastructure
>of XML; case studies from government, academia, and publishing;
>approaches to overlapping data structures; discussions of XML9s political
>fortunes; and technical papers on XML, XForms, XQuery, REST, XSLT, RDF,
>XSL-FO, XSD, the DOM, JSON, and XPath. Balisage 2013 is a real must for
>anyone who thinks deeply about markup.
>Balisage is the XML Geek-fest; the annual gathering of people who design
>markup and markup-based applications; who develop XML specifications,
>standards, and tools; the people who read and write, books about
>publishing technologies in general and XML in particular; and super-users
>of XML and related technologies. You can read about the Balisage 2011
>conference at http://www.balisage.net.
>Schedule At A Glance: http://www.balisage.net/2013/At-A-Glance.html
>Detailed program: http://www.balisage.net/2013/Program.html
>Balisage: The Markup Conference 2013          mailto:info@xxxxxxxxxxxx
>August 6-9, 2013                              http://www.balisage.net
>Preconference Symposium                       August 5, 2012

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