A few of us from Logilab will be attending the Paris Web 2010 conference. This is the fifth edition of the conference and we're looking forward to some of the conferences. It's a bit of a shame that the web site of the conference does not offer the attendees the possibility of building your own schedule by virtually "registering" to certain talks. This is one of the cool things about cubicweb-conference, a cubicweb application that helps build websites for organizing and hosting conferences.

http://www.cubicweb.org/file/1251255?vid=download

We're glad there will be talks about the semantic web, accessibility, html5, css, javascript, etc...

I recently discovered Lanyrd which claims to be a social conference directory, with your twitter account you can track or show that you will be attending a conference. Twittter and identi.ca can be a good way of following a conference that you cannot physically attend. Check out Paris Web 2010 on Lanyrd : http://lanyrd.com/2010/parisweb/

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