|Time||Room RB209||Room RB210||Room RB211|
|10:00–11:30||oXygen Users Meetup||Public XProc WG Meeting: Future Directions||BaseX Users Meetup|
|12:00–13:30||oXygen Users Meetup||Public XProc WG Meeting: Future Directions||BaseX Users Meetup|
|15:00–16:30||oXygen Users Meetup||Transpect tutorial||eXist-db Users Meetup|
|17:00–18:30||Antenna House Users Meetup||A Trip to the world of Localisation- XLIFF and ITS in Practice||eXist-db Users Meetup|
|oXygen Users Meetup @ XMLPrague||The oXygen users meetup is a great opportunity to meet oXygen developers as well as other oXygen users. The various sessions we host cover both how oXygen supports you for XML development and XML authoring, presented by our developers and we always try to invite also some of our users to share their experience.
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|George Bina||full day||Confirmed|
|eXist-db Users Meetup||eXist annual user meetup will be a full day of presentations, talks and discussions for users, developers or anyone with an interest in eXist. All are welcome to attend for all or any part of the day. The day will have three main themes, talks from the core developers behind eXist, talks from users of eXist, and an un-conference session where anyone can give an impromptu talk, demo or start a discussion. A full
agenda will be published nearer the time, if you wish to speak or demo please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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|Leif-Jöran Olsson||full day||Confirmed|
|BaseX Users Meetup||Once again, we are happy to welcome you to our annual BaseX Users Meetup. You will have the great chance to listen and talk to other BaseX developers. We start with an overview on what has changed in BaseX in the last 12 months. After that, you will be listening to selected talks and find out more how they BaseX is used in various commercial, academic and private environments. We are still interested in your contributions. You are invited to contact email@example.com.
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|Christian Grün||half day||Confirmed|
|Practical linked data and XML tooling||This session will demo practical usage of linked data sources. These sources can help to: enrich content with entities, add link to external data sources, use the enriched content in question answering, machine translation or other scenarios. The aim of the session is first to show the practical application of linked data sources in XML tooling. We then will discuss what needs to happen to get widespread adoption. The session is an update and provides outcomes of the related session held at XML Prague 2014.||Felix Sasaki||30 minutes||Confirmed|
|Building an Application with Qualcomm Qizx||Qualcomm Qizx is a high performance native XML database. This session provides a tour of key features and demonstrates how to build a real world application on top of them. In particular, we show the practical use of XQuery, meta-data, full text searching and the RESTful API. This session will be of interest to anyone who is thinking about using an XML database in their own system designs||Michael Paddon||30 minutes||Confirmed|
|XProc 2.0 Meetup||Members of the XML Processing WG will provide a brief overview and Q&A session on the recently published first workding draft of XProc v2.0.
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|James Fuller||30 minutes||Confirmed|
|Hands on speedata Publisher||The session is a practical workshop on how to use the speedata Publisher, how to develop layouts and a question and answer session. It would be nice if you submit layout problems beforehand (firstname.lastname@example.org), so I can (publicly) show how to translate the problems into the speedata layout language.||Patrick Gundlach||1.5 hour||Confirmed|
How unconference day will be organized
In both morning and afternoon there will be two 1.5 hour long slots separated by coffee break. Sessions will be running in three parallel rooms. Lunch will be provided for attendees with a full-pass.
Program of respective sessions is completely in hands of session organizer. So any queries about particular session should be directed to the session organizer.
The first conference day takes place in the same venue as the main conference. However it is situated in the different building. It is best to use campus entry from the Italská street. You can see entrance and explore area using Google Streetview.
Just use entrance from Italská street and continue straight inside building until you reach atrium. Then use stairs to go one floor up and then look around for room RB209, RB210 or RB211 (alternatively you can use elevators on the left side and go to the floor marked as 2 on the control panel).