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when should we write the papers we committedto?

Sent by steph on 30 April 2004 04:04

Hi Chris,

On Thu, Apr 29, 2004 at 05:13:12PM -0700, chris wrote:
> hmmm .... Brook's classic tarpit raises it's head again ...
> How do I join the research group?

Ahh, I thought the instructions were available on the Web site ...
In any case, please go to the MACCAWS web site, go to 'Join' in the menu
- you'll see the instructions for joining up to general@.

Follow the instructions but replace 'general' with 'research' in the
email you send. Please let me know if you have problems.

Unfortunately, I am in a location where I can't browse the Web right now
- if you have problems with joining the list, please send me an email
	offlist and I'll fix it up for you when I can.

> I signed up to write something about accessibility and standards and content
> management systems and standards.

Did you sign up on the wiki? We haven't referred to that for a while
.... so if you did that recently, it might have escaped our attention.

> I'm wrapping up a .NET project and am preparing a poster presentation called
> "Towards a semantic web? .NET, standards and Microsoft's business case".
> I'm planning to incorporate some of what I have to say about accessibility
> and standards into that, so now is a good time for me to do some work on it.
> The poster might be worth translating into an article too.

This sounds interesting - who is your target audience?

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