Call for Participation in XTech 2001 "Bleeding Edge XML"

May 9, 2001

Edd Dumbill

O'Reilly XTech2001 Conference

In association with the Graphic Communications Association.

Part of the O'Reilly Open Source Convention: July 23-27, 2001 in San Diego.

Late-Breaking Developments: Bleeding Edge XML

Here's your chance to share ideas and code with the best XML developers at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention this summer.

Proposals are invited for 30-minute talks covering the very latest developments in XML technology and open source software. These program slots have been left open late for developers to present current bleeding edge work in XML.

Talks should be aimed at a technical XML developer audience. Speakers should submit their own proposals. No marketing focused talks will be entertained.

Speakers already participating in XTech 2001 include such notable XML developers and writers as James Tauber, Eric van der Vlist, Paul Prescod, Matt Sergeant, Don Box, Martin Gudgin, and Simon St. Laurent.


Proposals should include:

  • Name, affiliation, address, e-mail, telephone, and fax contact details.
  • A brief bio of the speaker.
  • A 100 word description of the talk.
  • A 250 word abstract.

Send proposals as plain text to

Edd Dumbill
XTech2001 Chair