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OOPSLA Lisp and Object-Oriented Programming Workshop

Many of you may have already seen the following message.  To those
people, I apologize for the duplication.

It occurred to us that many people on this list may not have gotten an
announcement of the CLOS workshop at OOPSLA.  In order to give those
people a chance to submit a position paper for this workshop, the
deadline is being extended until September 1.

Let me add that I encourage people who have extensive experience using
PCL as a stand-in for CLOS to submit position papers for this workshop. 

From: Dick Gabriel <RPG@SAIL.STANFORD.EDU>
Subject: OOPSLA Lisp and Object-Oriented Programming Workshop 

There will be a workshop on Lisp and Object-Oriented Programming on
October 5 from 9am until noon at OOPSLA.  The Common Lisp Object System
(CLOS) will be the highlight of the workshop, with presentations about
CLOS by the designers along with critiques, analyses, and responses to
Object System, the latter selected based on contributed position papers.

Attendance will be limited to people who know Lisp and are familiar with
existing object-oriented languages.

If you would like to attend, please send me a 1-2 page description of
position regarding either the Common Lisp Object System or
Lisp/object-oriented programming before September 1; netmail is
Invitations will be sent on September 5. Attendance is limited to 35

			Richard P. Gabriel
			Lucid, Inc
			707 Laurel Street
			Menlo Park, CA 94025

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