XML LONDON 2017

June 10-11th - University College London

A conference on Open Data, Digital Publishing and Data Management

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This 2 day conference is for XML, Linked Data and W3C technology users to discuss their experiences while discovering the latest innovations and what others are doing in the industry.

CALL FOR PAPERS IS OPEN: We are interested in hearing from first time speakers as well as "success stories" of projects where XML or Linked Data technology have been beneficial.

Who should Attend?

  • XML Technology Users - Worldwide
  • Linked and Open Data enthusiasts
  • Technical Decision Makers, Content Strategists, Data Publishers and Software Developers
  • London's Financial Centre

Conference Includes

2 day event, lunches, conference dinner, demojam, conference proceedings.

The attendance for all of the above is free for speakers.

John Sheridan - Digital Director at The National Archives (UK)
Michael Kay - Saxonica Founder
Steven Pemberton - W3C
Lech Rzedzicki on Blockchain

Important Dates

15th February 2017
Opening of call for papers.
11th March 2017
Early Bird Registration open.
21st March 2017
Close of call for papers.
6th April 2017
Notification to Authors.
11th April 2017
Early Bird Registration closes
5th May 2017
Receipt of Final Papers.
10 - 11th June 2017
Date of Conference

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XML London - RDF triple store

All information about the XML London conference is open and available in Linked RDF format.

SPARQL Endpoint: http://xmllondon.com/sparql
Graph Store Protocol: http://xmllondon.com/data

Data Contributions and Thanks

Thanks go to Charles Foster and William Holmes for their contributions to the XML London dataset.

If you would like to contribute to the XML London dataset, please submit a Git Pull Request to https://github.com/cfoster/xmllondon-rdf

Please contact us if you find a bug or think something could be improved.

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