Подготовка конкурса Web Ready идет полным ходом, у нас уже более 200 заявок, появляются новые номинации и новые партнеры, а победители прошлых конкурсов продолжают успешно привлекать инвестиции в свои проекты.
Подробную информацию можно найти по адресу http://web-ready.ru/novosti/newsletters/
Среди основных новостей конкурса:
Welcome to participate at the Russian Mobile VAS Awards 2011 contest. Entry deadline: October 14, 2011. The Awards winners will be announced at the VIII Mobile VAS Conference gala dinner and Awards Ceremony on November 24. Russian Mobile VAS Awards 2011 categories:
GameChangers, a one-year ad-hoc education and research program on business in IT industry starts to accept student applications. The program will run from September 2011 till May 2012 in St. Petersburg with several classes in Moscow. It consists of two sub-topics: Banking Industry and E-Payments and Bio-informatics Industry. Within these topics three specialization tracks are available: entrepreneurial, corporate and ecosystem. In addition, a number of open events will be organized within the program.
The latest OpenHIP 0.8 release from Boeing is now available for free download http://www.openhip.org/. It can be installed with a couple of clicks as a dream on Windows. This release supports company VPNs, mobile router, etc. For further information we recommend to visit http://www.openhip.org/wiki/index.php?title=Release_Notes and http://hipserver.mct.phantomworks.org/.
• Alexey Kashevnik ask Anton Sergeev an access to add news to FRUCT web page and to change the list of SS WG participants. It is needed to publish SS WG AP on the FRUCT news and include Alexander Malakhov to the list of SS WG participants.
• Alexander Malakhov will provide documentation of how we can upload conference presentations. Alexander will prepare documentation of how to prepare PDF and how to upload it to the web-based system.
• Luca Roffia will create two his smart-M3 related projects in sourceforge.org.
Demo topic for SS WG.
KESW 2011 is to represent the current state of art of Semantic Web-related works in Russia. The conference will take place on November 7-8 in one of the most beautiful city of Russia – St. Petersburg and will consist of plenary session and research tracks. This conference is the second event of that sort. Russian Semantic Web community is growing day by day and the aim of our conference is to support that growth by providing the exchange of experiences and research findings. Scope and Topics: