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Balisage 2010 Silent Auction

The Balisage 2010 conference runs next week in beautiful Montreal, focusing on XML and other markup technologies. I cannot make it this year, unfortunately, but I gave some help (far too little) to Sam Wilmott to organize the silent auction. … Continue reading

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XML-in-Practice 2008: call for participation

The new name for IDEAlliance’s annual XML conference is XML-in-Practice (December 8–10, Arlington, VA), and it has just released its call for participation, with proposals due by 19 September and selected papers announced by 3 October. I won’t be chairing … Continue reading

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Google analytics for XML 2007

I forgot that I’d enabled Google analytics for the XML 2007 web site. Even though the conference is long over, I though it would be interesting to look and see what some of the trends were from September 2007 to … Continue reading

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XML 2007: wrapup

While I posted a lot before the XML 2007 conference, I didn’t really have time to post anything during it. This is the third time I’ve chaired a medium-sized tech conference, and while it’s busy all year, it’s insane while … Continue reading

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XML 2007: check out the speakers

I leave Ottawa tomorrow to fly down to Boston and get ready for XML 2007, which begins Monday morning. If the weather holds, I plan to head down in my own Piper Warrior, but I have a refundable airline ticket … Continue reading

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XML 2007: personal schedule and recommendations

The XML 2007 conference (Boston, 3–5 December) now supports both personal schedules and recommendations, thanks to Edd Dumbill and Expectnation. Personal schedule If you’re planning to attend the conference (and I hope you are), you can create a free account … Continue reading

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XML 2007: thanks in advance to …

(Update: I left out a lot of reviewers because of a last-minute editing keystroke gone horribly wrong — with luck, everyone’s listed now.) The speakers for XML 2007 (Boston, 3–5 December) are listed on this web page — it’s well … Continue reading

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