XML 2006 website

The first draft of the website for the XML 2006 conference (Boston, 5-7 December) is now online at 2006.xmlconference.org (xmlconference.org redirects to it). This site will grow as the conference gets closer and will eventually get a proper logo, but I’ll try to keep it simple, fluid, and uncluttered.

Please let me know what features you think would be most useful. One that I’m considering is a comment page for every paper abstract on the program (each with an RSS or Atom feed), so that people can talk about papers, make suggestions, and ask questions before the conference even starts. I hope that at least a couple of the papers will spark some interesting conversations that people can continue at the conference in December.

Watch for a surprise announcement later this week.

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Scholar, tech guy, Canuck, open-source/data/information zealot, urban pedestrian, language geek, tea drinker, pater familias, red tory, amateur musician, private pilot.
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