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January 08, 2004

Busy Signal

To answer those inquiring e-mails: everything is OK, just very, very busy. A lot of administrative stuff:

  • Just finished the reviews for the Performance and Reliability Track of WWW2004. I think Mike Dahlin and Steve Gribble will be able to put together a few interesting sessions.
  • I have to review 33 (!!) papers for Usenix'04, the Usenix main technical conference. These are quite a few papers, and I am sure I will need to solicit some help in getting it done before the January 24. The response to the call for paper was overwhelming with about 50% more submission than the last two years. Good thing is there are a lot of interesting titles on my list. Lots of middleware, virtual machines,  clustering, p2p, and a few web services.
  • Together with Steve Vinoski and Vinny Cahill I will be chairing DOA 2004, the International Symposium on Distributed Objects and Applications. We have put out the CFP and papers will be due mid June.
  • I am also on the PC for ICWS 2004, the 2004 IEEE International Conference on Web Services. The deadline for submitting a paper to this is February 2.
  • I want to finish the proposal for the second Rotor CFP round. The grants are rather small, but I had really great fun in working with these guys, so I'll see whether I can interest them into a follow-up project to cli-grande.
  • Submitted a paper/presentation proposal to XML Europe 2004, to talk about the misconceptions around web-services.

But I have been developing some cool stuff also, more on that when it reaches a more mature level. And Lieberman still has not delivered my laptop, according to them they are waiting for Intel to deliver the 3.2EE CPUs.

Posted by Werner Vogels at January 8, 2004 09:15 PM
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