[uf-discuss] Re: Microformats panel at SXSWi 2011
fberriman at gmail.com
Thu Aug 12 01:50:16 PDT 2010
Our panel is in the picker:
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/5584 (I've already asked them
to correct the spelling of their microformats tag :( )
Please do give it a thumbs up.
Also, as I alluded to before, I really expect this to be a community
panel representing us as a whole, and as such, I am more than welcome
to receive your suggestions for things you want to see, don't want to
see, people you've been inspired by recently, good site
implementations, tricky problems etc etc. I'll do my best to
co-ordinate this session as best covers what people want to see, and
as always, will include Q&A time (assuming this gets into the final
selection, of course, which is why your vote is important). I
recommend popping ideas in as comments on the proposal so that
non-mailing list readers can benefit.
Also came across this session which might be of interest to people
On 21 June 2010 22:01, Frances Berriman <fberriman at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi people,
> SXSWi has horrendously early deadlines for panel proposals every year,
> so despite the fact that we're only in June, I'm thinking ahead to
> next March and am considering putting forward a microformat themed
> panel for 2011.
> I wanted to send out an email to people to ask two things:
> 1. Does anyone have items they'd like to see in a panel discussion.
> Topics of particular interest. Projects they themselves have worked
> on and would consider coming to Texas to have a talk about. etc.
> As Tantek mentioned to me today, there's been loads of recent events -
> such as the ever growing selection of google rich snippets appearing
> in search terms - and various websites making the best use of these
> (hRecipe springs to mind immediately). The topics around the future of
> microformats in HTML5 and beyond and also he also mentioned RelMeAuth
> (which I haven't yet investigated for myself, but am doing right now).
> 2. Whether someone has already put forth a panel suggestion. If so
> * Let me know about the topic, so I can suggest something radically different
> * and/or we'll put the community behind making sure an already
> submitted suggestion makes it through if featured in the panel picker
> come August.
> No matter who is putting forth a proposal, I'd like to see a presence
> from our community in some form next year.
> Happy to have a discussion about this here - or email me privately.
> Either way - please let me know your thoughts before the 30th June, so
> I have time to put together the proposal before the deadline of July
> Thanks so much,
> Frances Berriman
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