JavaOne and XML

db at Eng.Sun.COM db at Eng.Sun.COM
Thu Oct 29 17:54:58 GMT 1998

[ Resend -- my Tuesday morning post didn't get out ]

> From db Tue Oct 27 08:51:29 1998
> To: b.laforge at, jp at, xml-dev at
> Subject: Re: JavaOne and XML
> Cc: nklee
> > From: "Bill la Forge" <b.laforge at>
> > To: "David Brownell" <db at Eng>, <xml-dev at>,
> >         "JP Morgenthal" <jp at>
> > Subject: Java One and XML
> > Date: Mon, 26 Oct 1998 07:20:05 -0500
> > 
> > I was just glancing over the session tracks for Java One and
> > saw nothing on XML.
> That's right -- this year's JavaOne didn't have presentations on XML.
> My group, and various other companies, had XML technology demos on the
> show floor.  (The XML conference up in Redmond, the same week, featured
> mostly Java-centric development!)
> The tracks for next year's JavaOne (mid-June) are not yet known.
> > I was thinking about a Birds of a Feather, but I was wondering if 
> > there was enough interest to do a pannel discussion or something.
> > 
> > Proposals are due October 30th:
> >
> Please submit a proposal, then!  BOFs can usually be done on short
> notice, but talks and panel discussions are a bit different.
> That lead-time is a bit long; JavaOne is a huge show.  There's also
> the smaller XTech'99 conference in late March (or is it early April?),
> sponsored by GCA and focussing on XML.  It'll be in San Jose.  That
> hasn't yet issued its call for papers.
> - Dave

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