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Here was I, hoping it was a street protest demonstration.

Jacqie Ferry wrote:
> **Apologies for cross-postings**
>
> Hello fellow encoders!
>
> At this year’s EAD roundtable meeting, we’re going to try something a 
> little different: we’re turning the floor over to you!
>
> For the second half of the meeting, we’d like to invite all of you 
> innovators and encoding/programming gurus to show us your stuff! We 
> are seeking approximately 8 presenters to demonstrate new 
> encoding-related tools, interfaces, projects, or prototypes. The 
> criteria are simple:
>
> 1)      The underlying structure of your project/tool must be based on 
> EAD or EAC.
> 2)      The project must be in progress or have been completed in the 
> past 12 months.
> 3)      Your presentation must include a demonstration of your 
> tool/project (screen shots only; live demos cannot be supported).
> 4)      Your demonstration/presentation must be kept to a maximum of 5 
> minutes.
>
> Are you interested in showing off your newest, coolest project or 
> prototype? If so, please send a brief abstract (3-5 sentences) of your 
> proposed presentation/demonstration; your name, institutional 
> affiliation, and contact information; a URL to your proposed 
> tool/project (if available); and please confirm your availability to 
> participate on Wednesday, August 11th from 3:15-5:15 pm. Proposals 
> need not be formal and works in progress are encouraged; this is an 
> opportunity to informally share and receive feedback from your EAD 
> colleagues, and to get all of our minds thinking about the myriad 
> possibilities of EAD and EAC. *Proposals should be sent to 
> [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> or 
> [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>, and must be received no 
> later than Thursday, July 29th.*
>
> If more than 8 proposals are received, priority will be given to 
> tools/projects that have not been demonstrated or discussed at 
> previous conferences.
>
>
> Jacquelyn Ferry
> EAD Roundtable Chair