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.
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.
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 <email@example.com>
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).