Alex Vincent to Speak on Mathematics and the Web at O'Reilly Open Source Convention

Wednesday March 3rd, 2004

Alex Vincent writes: "It looks like Mozilla (the Foundation, the products, etc.) are garnering attention from all corners of the globe. The O'Reilly Open Source Convention has accepted me as a speaker regarding mathematics and the Web." Alex has been working on a Mozilla MathML editor in recent months. The OSCON conference takes place in July and Alex will have a 45 minute slot.

#1 Reply

by Racer

Wednesday March 3rd, 2004 10:31 PM

Kudos. So, Alex has about 21 weeks to polish MathML and add lots of new juicy features to show off at the convention. Have fun.

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by napolj2

Thursday March 4th, 2004 1:23 PM

Most of my programming experience is in numerical computing. I might like to help out with this project, once I learn MathML... and XUL... and XPCOM... and...

#3 XPCOM? Unlikely

by kb7iuj

Thursday March 4th, 2004 4:37 PM

Well, considering I don't know XPCOM, I don't think you have to worry about that too much... this editor is mostly XBL, JS, XUL, and a large amount of MathML (templates).