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SMWCon coming to Cambridge, May 22-23

I’m helping to put together the upcoming SMWCon, or Semantic MediaWiki Conference, and we just announced the date and location: May 22-23, in around two months, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. I’m very excited about this one, because our last event, the SMW Camp in Karlsruhe, Germany, was a big success, with almost 50 attendees, and a lot of interesting discussions, some of which have already led to improvements in the software; this one should be equally productive, and it should be a good opportunity, especially for North-America-based SMW users, to meet each other and present what they’re doing.

It’s taking place at the CSAIL building at MIT, home of Project Simile, well-known to SMW users as the developers of Timeline and Exhibit, two applications used within the Semantic Result Formats extension.

If you’re interested in attending (it only costs $20! snacks included!), you can read more information and sign up on the Spring 2010 SMWCon page.

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