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XML Group meets in NY
Author: Dave Winer Posted: 1/5/1999; 6:02:25 AM Topic: XML Group meets in NY Msg #: 1832 Prev/Next: 1831 / 1833
The SGML Forum of New York invites you to attend:
XML - Applications Beyond Publishing
Date: Tuesday, January 12th, 1998, 5:30 p.m.
Place: McGraw-Hill, Inc. 2nd Floor Conference Center 1221 Avenue of the Americas (entrance on 49th St.)
Agenda: 5:30 Opening Remarks, Open Forum 6:00 Keynote Speaker: Rita Knox, Gartner Group 7:00 Vendor Demonstration: Interleaf's BladeRunner, presented by Tom Lovegrove, Vice President, Interleaf, Inc.
For our 1999 kick-off presentation, Dr. Rita Knox, Vice President and Research Director at the Gartner Group will offer her insights on the following:
Extensible Markup Language (XML) is talked about for applications that go well beyond what is heard for SGML. This talk describes the foundational XML "family of standards" that makes this ubiquity possible, and highlights emerging and potential applications including a few of special interest to publishers.
For our vendor presentation, Interleaf Inc. will demonstrate their groundbreaking XML application, BladeRunner.
"BladeRunner is an Enterprise Content Management application that encompasses the entire content lifecycle, including content creation, content repository and publishing. Based on an XML data model, it is designed to improve the flow of information across organizations and facilitate business transactions. BladeRunner contains an object oriented content repository that stores, maintains and manages XML content, DTD's, XSL stylesheets and related objects. XML documents are "burst" into discrete "chunks" when they are checked into the repository to facilitate reuse."
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