How to Participate
We want to know more about your state-of-the-art approaches.
- Share your knowledge of the topics or other areas of interest to
- Offer your experiences in using Web-based eBooks approaches.
- Demonstrate prototypes of emerging technologies that could benefit from global Web standards.
- Show research results or lessons learned to ensure others don't reinvent the wheel.
To ensure productive discussions, the workshop is limited to 80 attendees. Participation is free and open to W3C members and non-members. Each organization may provide a maximum of two attendees.
Position papers are required to be eligible to participate in this workshop. Organizations or individuals wishing to attend must submit a position paper explaining their perspectives on a workshop topic of their choice no later than 15 July 2013. Participants should have an active interest in the area selected, ensuring other workshop attendees will benefit from the topic and their presence.
Position papers should:
- Explain the participant's perspective on the topic of the Workshop
- Explain their viewpoint
- Include concrete examples of their suggestions
Refer to the position papers submitted for a similar W3C workshop to see what a position paper generally implies.
It is necessary to submit a position paper for review by the Program Committee. If your position paper is selected by the Program Committee, you will receive a workshop invitation and registration link. Please see Section "Important dates" for paper submission and registration deadlines.
The Program Committee will ask the authors of particularly salient
submissions to explicitly present their position at the workshop to
foster discussion. Presenters will be asked to make the presentation
slides publicly available on the workshop home page in HTML, PDF, or
Position papers should be submitted in English. All submissions should be one to five pages in length, although they may link to longer versions or appendices. Valid formats are (X)HTML (please use the W3C validator), PDF or plain text.
Submit a position paper to email@example.com mailing list, as an individual or organization explaining your expert perspectives on a workshop topic of your choice no later than 15th July 2013.
Subject line should start with "[Workflow submission]" and contain your name.
Position papers will be published on the public Web page of the workshop. Submitting a position paper comprises a default recognition of these terms for publication.