Publishing papers on XML-dev work

Peter Murray-Rust peter at
Wed Oct 7 19:38:22 BST 1998

At 11:00 07/10/98 -0400, Murray Maloney wrote:
>At 08:56 AM 10/7/98 -0400, Peter Murray-Rust wrote:
>>What I would like is some *formal* way of getting 'academic' credit for
>>these works. SAX, XSchema, are worthy of formal peer-review. I would be
>>happy to explore XML-DEV as a mechanism for this, but others might want
>>'safe' publication formats (i.e. paper journals).
>As co-chair of the 8th International WWW Conference (
>I encourage participants in this mailing list to submit papers
>for peer review, presentation and publication in the Proceedings
>of the conference. (

	This is of course a suitable publication place, as is the WWW J or the new
journal of Markup (?technologies).

	I imagine real-life presence at the meeting is expected.

	I also ask whether there is a mechanism for submitting NOTEs to the W3C
other than from members. Rather like papers in Proc. Roy Soc or PNAS have
to be communicated by fellows/academicians on behalf of the authors. And is
there any moderation/review of NOTEs? [There must be technical and
editorial review, I assume.]


Peter Murray-Rust, Director Virtual School of Molecular Sciences, domestic
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VSMS, Virtual Hyperglossary

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