- |General Info|
- Browsers and User Interfaces|
- Data Mining|
- |E* Applications |
- Industrial Practice and Experience|
- |Performance and Scalability|
- Pervasive Web and Mobility|
- |Search |
- Security, Privacy, Reliability and Ethics|
- Semantic Web |
- |Technology for Developing Regions|
- Web Engineering|
- |Web Services |
- XML and Web Data|
- |Developers Track
- |Workshops |
- |Submission Requirements|
Submission deadline: February 16, 2007 (extended!)
Notification date: March 1, 2007
This is a track by developers, for developers. The audience will be highly technical with high expectations; demonstrations, code and new technology are encouraged. Submissions MUST be relevant, interesting and useful to working Web developers.
To submit, send the following information to the (recently fixed!) email alias for the Developer Track Chairs:
- Contact Information
- E-mail address(es)
- Telephone Number(s)
- Presentation Title
- Abstract (1-2 paragraphs)
- Preferred and acceptable presentation lengths. Select as many as possible.
- Lightning; less than five minutes (preferred)
- 25 minutes (preferred)
- 45 minutes
- Session(s). Choose at least one; list all that may be appropriate. Note that this list is preliminary.
- Web Syndication, Publishing and Content
- Web Protocols: REST, HTTP and Services
- Web Data: RDF, XML and JSON
- Web Software: Clients, Servers and Intermediaries
- Web of Machines: Ontologies and Agents
- Security, Identity, Privacy and Trust on the Web
- Cool Web Tricks: Mash-ups, Microformats and AJAX
- Mobile and Ubiquitous Web
- One of:
- Paper: One page for a lightning talk, two pages for anything else (preferred).
- Slides: One or two for a lightning talk, ten+ for a longer talk.
- Demo: Screen shots with a short description, or URL for your code/demo.
HTML (preferred), plain text, PDF, PNG, GIF, JPEG, Powerpoint (not preferred), Word (not preferred)
If submitting more than one file, please send as a ZIP archive.
Submissions will be accepted until February 16, 2007. Authors will be notified about acceptance on March 1, 2007.
The Developers Track is sponsored by:
In addition to being a Platinum Sponsor, AOL has agreed to sponsor DevTrack. Part of their funding is committed to travel support for independent developers who would otherwise be unable to attend WWW2007. Please contact the DevTrack chairs for further details about travel support opportunities.
Track Chair: Danny Ayers
Deputy Chair: Mark Nottingham (Yahoo! Inc, USA)