[xsl] Call for Participation -- Balisage: The Markup Conference 2009

Subject: [xsl] Call for Participation -- Balisage: The Markup Conference 2009
From: B Tommie Usdin <btusdin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2008 11:31:16 -0500
Montrial in August has always been the place and time
for serious markup geeks to meet. "Balisage 2009" and
the "International Symposium on Processing XML
Efficiently" continue the tradition.

Balisage is a peer reviewed conference designed to meet the needs of
markup theoreticians and practitioners who are pushing the boundaries of
the field. It's all about the markup: how to create it; what it means;
hierarchies and overlap; modeling; taxonomies; transformation; query,
searching, and retrieval; presentation and accessibility; making systems
that make markup dance (or dance faster to a different tune in a smaller
space) - in short, changing the world and the web through the power of
marked-up information.

When: August 11 - 14, 2009 Balisage: The Markup Conference 2009 August 10, 2009 - International Symposium on Processing XML Efficiently Where: Montrial, Canada

To Participate:

We welcome papers about topic maps, document modeling, markup of
overlapping structures, ontologies, metadata, content management, and
other markup-related topics at Balisage. If you want to talk, in detail
XML, XSL, SGML, LMNL, XSL-FO, XTM, RDF, XQuery, Topic Maps, SVG, MathML
OWL, UBL, XSD, TexMECS, RNG, or any other markup-related topic, we urge
you to participate in Balisage.


    Submit full papers in XML to info@xxxxxxxxxxxx
    Guidelines, DTDs, schemas, and details at


    15 March 2009 - Peer Review Applications Due
    24 April 2009 - Paper Submissions Due
    22 May 2009 - Speakers Notified
    17 July 2009 - Revised Papers Due
    10 August 2009 - Processing Symposium
    11-14 August 2009 - Balisage: The Markup Conference

If you have any questions about Balisage send email to

Balisage: The Markup Conference 2009          mailto:info@xxxxxxxxxxxx
August 11-14, 2009                             http://www.balisage.net
Processing XML Efficiently: August 10, 2009           Montreal, Canada

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