From: James Fuller <james.2007@gm...> - 2008-12-01 07:12:11
eXist has contributed and attended XML Prague in the past ... so I
have forwarded here.
XML Prague 2009 Call for Participation (CFP)
XML Prague 2009 (http://www.xmlprague.cz) is now welcoming submissions for
presentations on the following topics:
* XML Authoring
* Data Modeling/Definition and Schema Languages
* XML Vocabularies
* Generating and Transforming XML
* Markup Failures
All proposals will be submitted for review by a peer review panel made
up of the XML Prague Organizing Committee. Submissions will be chosen
based on interest, applicability, technical merit, and technical
Accepted Papers will be included inside the published conference proceedings.
Authors should strive to contain original material and belong in the
topics previously listed. Submissions which can be construed as
product or service descriptions (adverts) will probably be deemed
inappropriate. Other approaches such as using case studies are welcome
but must be clearly related to conference topics.
Selected presenters must submit an full paper (on time) and give their
presentation and answer questions in English, as well as follow the
XML Prague 2009 conference guidelines.
* January 9 - End of CFP (extended abstract or full paper)
* January 23 - Notification of acceptance/rejection of paper to authors
* February 8 - Final paper
How to Submit:
All submissions must be done using the conference management system
available at the https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/XML2009/
If you have never used this system before for other conferences, you
will have to sign-up first and create new account for yourself.
After logging onto conference management system you will be able to
submit your paper and edit this submission before deadline. You can
also review the status of your paper as well as review comments from
You may submit an abstract or a full paper. We recommend to provide as
much information as possible to give the reviewers the best chance to
judge your submission.
All submissions must be in English and paper should not exceed 15
pages in length. Papers for review can be submitted in any common
format. However, we remind people that if your paper is accepted that
we will be asking for the final version to be submitted in DocBook XML
If you have any question regarding submission process please contact
Jirka Kosek at jirka.kosek@...
cheers, Jim Fuller
XML Prague 2009