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- Subject: CLOS workshop
- From: Gregor.pa@Xerox.COM
- Date: Thu, 11 Aug 88 14:33 PDT
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This is the second announcement of the CLOS workshop to be held at PARC
October 3rd and 4th. This is a reminder to help us with our planning by
letting us know soon if you are planning to attend. My apologies to
people who receive multiple copies of this message.
To clarify the position paper requirement, the workshop is not limited
exclusively to those who have extensive experience writing CLOS code.
Anyone planning CLOS implementations, extensions, environments or CLOS
based application development is encouraged to attend. A position paper
can simply be a description of the kinds of issues you feel should the
CLOS community should address at the workshop.
Workshop for CLOS Users and Implementors
October 3rd and 4th
Palo Alto, California
We have been excited by the extent to which CLOS is already being
used, and the ways in which it is being extended. The purpose of
this workshop is to provide an opportunity for the members of the
CLOS community to get together and share their experience.
To provide a good start for the interchange, we are requesting that
participants supply a short position paper (1-3 pages) describing
work related to CLOS. Some topics of interest are:
Programming Environment Tools
Extensions of CLOS
Techniques for Converting to CLOS
Meta Object Techniques and Theory
We will try to support demonstrations or videotapes of applications,
programming environments, implementations or other relevant systems.
If you are planning to attend, please let us know by August 15th.
This will help us with planning and allow us to arrange a discount
rate at a local hotel.
Position papers should reach us by September 9th so that we can
organize a program and arrange for duplication of the papers.
Position papers, notice to attend, and other correspondence should
be sent to:
3333 Coyote Hill Rd.
Palo Alto, CA 94304
or by Internet mail to: