RE: [xsl] Where are the proceedings to the Extreme Markup conferences?

Subject: RE: [xsl] Where are the proceedings to the Extreme Markup conferences?
From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 06 Aug 2009 16:20:48 -0400

At 10:28 AM 8/6/2009, Mike wrote:
> This link is no longer working:
> f/2006/Novatchev01/EML2006Novatchev01.pdf
> produces: Page not found.

Sadly, idealliance have removed this superb resource from the web without
consultation. You now have to subscribe to access it. I doubt that many
people have done so, which means everyone loses.

Actually I'm not sure it's meant to be available only by subscription. At any rate, I can see a copy of the old Extreme proceedings, without a login, at

Drill into this and you can find Dimitre's paper (the HTML version) at

But note:

* Drilling into it isn't easy, as when the materials were moved, the CSS was left behind, so these HTML files appear bare of CSS enhancements.
* PDF versions and XML source code of the papers appear also to have been left behind, as those links are broken.

I think that it's pretty dubious selling this content without consulting the
authors who contributed it, but they appear to be within their rights.

I hope this is a hypothetical question. :-)

I've resuscitated my papers from past idealliance conferences and put them
on my own web site.

I think that's an excellent idea.


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