Just a reminder that SMWCon Spring 2011 is about to start in 15 days.  

It's a semi-structured gathering of people who are interested in MediaWiki and Social Semantic Web Technologies. 

The conference schedule is out there, and if you want to find more info, such as travel or registration, please visit the conference home page.



On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 10:42 AM, Jesse Wang <wjxhome@gmail.com> wrote:
(Call for Participation)
Hello there,

The next SMWCon (Semantic MediaWiki Conference) is in 4 weeks. It offers tutorials as well as conference presentations.

We believe you'll be benefited a lot from attending the conference, whether you're a student, or a free-lance developer, or an enterprise architect. In the past SMWCons, the content was very broad, and we're striving to do the same this time. If you have a topic you want to share, please don't hesitate to put it on the wiki site too. We'll get the schedule out about 2 weeks before the start.

As of the cost, it's be heavily subsidized by our sponsors, and especially if you're a student, you basically learn and eat free during the conference:-). Check it out http://semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/SMWCon_Spring_2011.

Best regards,

On Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 12:50 PM, Jesse Wang <wjxhome@gmail.com> wrote:
My fellow wiki and semantic wiki-ers, 

It's my honor to announce the next International Semantic MediaWiki Conference - SMWCon Spring 2011 on April 28-30 in Arlington, VA, USA - Greater Washington DC area. This longest SMWCon will have a tutorial day for the first time, so we are calling for tutorial speakers as well as participants. Please note that if you're an expert on MediaWiki, you're very welcome to propose a tutorial (or be part of it).

For more information, please visit http://semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/SMWCon_Spring_2011.