[Om] OpenMath 2010
Professor James Davenport
jhd at cs.bath.ac.uk
Sun Jul 18 16:29:15 CEST 2010
On Sun, July 18, 2010 12:40 pm, Michael Kohlhase
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> Dear James,
> this is a very impressive record of the part of CICM you witnessed.
> May I humbly suggest that it would be even better if you used a publich
> blog system (whith the appropriate keywords CICM2010, CCA2010, MKM2010,
> ...) for the posts? That would make the conferences more visible to the
> outside world, as blog posts are indexed by search engines (whereas
> papers are not). Also people could answer to your posts.
Good point, though I am not sure I mean theseto be open day for permanent
dialogue. They ARE linked off my home apge, and I believe Google follows
them, though a rapid attempt to check this didn't prove convincing. I'll
have to check in more detail.
> I know that using LaTeX in a local editor is more convenient than using
> a blog engine, but the added publicity has its value as well. If you do
But also allows me to contrustc all the business mintes etc by \include,
whci I don't see how to do otherwise.
> not have access to a blog engine, then we would be happy to make you an
> account on the KWARC blog.
I believe I have enough blogs available to me.
On a different front, I did well by MENTIONING a LaTeX article in a blog,
and people said they had all read it. Maybe I should do this.
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