XML 2006 proceedings due today

If you gave a regular presentation at XML 2006, I’d like to remind you that your proceedings — slides and or text — are due today (PDF or XHTML format, please). If you gave a keynote or participated in a panel or Masters Series and have slides or text to send in, we’d also be happy to put it on the site. Please send your presentation by e-mail to cmills at idealliance dot org.

Some presentations already online

Thanks to the many of you who sent in your presentations before the proceedings deadline. You can look at the conference programme page to see who those people are, since their presentations are highlighted in yellow (and with an asterisk, for text browsers or screen readers).

Fake real-time blog

Finally, for a creative approach to the proceedings, take a look at Rick Jelliffe’s Fake real-time blog from XML 2006: day one.

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