[webkit-dev] XTech 2007, proposals due by December 15

Michael(tm) Smith smith at sideshowbarker.net
Wed Dec 13 01:25:55 PST 2006

XTech 2007 is from May 15 to 18 in Paris, and just as with this
past year and last year, one of the four tracks on the conference
agenda is "Browser technology". See the list of suggested topics:


Proposals for tutorials and presentations for it are due by
December 15 (this Friday).


Most presentations in the browser technology track at this past
year's XTech (XTech 2006) came from people associated with Flock,
Mozilla, Nokia, and Opera. Speaking just a someone planning on
attending XTech 2007, I think it sure would be interesting to have
developers from some other browser projects there.

To propose a presentation or tutorial, you just need to submit a
short description (25 words or so) along with an abstract (250
words or so). It shouldn't take you more than 20 or 30 minutes to
write up one. If you want examples, see the schedule from this
past year's XTech:


If you have a great idea for a proposal but don't figure you can
manage to get around to writing it up by Friday, you might be able
to get a little more time if you contact the conference chair and
let him know you'll need to submit it a little late. Contact
details are on the following page.


Michael(tm) Smith
xmpp:smith at sideshowbarker.net

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