[jats-list] [ANN] HTML5 and XML: a symposium

Subject: [jats-list] [ANN] HTML5 and XML: a symposium
From: Tommie Usdin <btusdin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2014 13:06:18 -0500

HTML5 and XML: Mending Fences
a Balisage pre-conference symposium

a one-day symposium preceding Balisage: The Markup Conference
Robin Berjon, chair

Despite a decade of efforts dedicated to making XML the markup language of the
Web, today it is HTML5 that has taken on that role. While HTML5 can in part be
made to work with an XML syntax, reliance on that feature is rare compared to
use of HTML5's own syntax.

Over the years, the competition between these two approaches has led to
animosity and frustration. But both XML and HTML5 are now clearly here to
stay, and with the upcoming standardisation of HTML5 in 2014 it is now time to
take stock and see how both technologies  and both communities  can
covperate constructively.

There are many environments in which these two markup languages are brought to
interact. Additionally, there is much that they can learn from one another. We
are looking forward to sharing experiences and ideas that bring the two

Topics include:

We welcome proposals to present at the Symposium. Topics may include, but are
not limited to:

- Experiences (at any level of success) working with both HTML and XML
- Applying XML tools to HTML5 and vice-versa
- How Web technology built on XML can be brought to the HTML5 world
- Capturing data and metadata in HTML, or in general extending or refining
HTML for specific applications
- Approaches to working with non-XML languages with an XML tool-set, including
notably JSON as it is commonly used in conjunction with HTML

information about Balisage: The Markup Conference: http://www.balisage.net/

18 April 2014  - Submissions due
20 May 2014    - Speakers notified
11 July 2014   - Final papers due
 4 August 2014 - Symposium on HTML5 and XML
5-8 August 2014 - Balisage: The Markup Conference

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