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comp.windows.x Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 1/7
Section - 3) What conferences on X are coming up?

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The fourth annual Tcl/Tk workshop, sponsored by the USENIX Association, was to
be held July 10-13, 1996 in Monterey, California, to bring together current
Tcl/Tk researchers and practitioners and to plan for future work.
Information:  USENIX Conference Office 22672 Lambert Street, Suite 613 Lake
Forest CA 92630 (714) 588-8649 Fax: (714) 588-9706 email:
conference@usenix.org URL: http://www.usenix.org

The European X User Group holds an annual conference which typically includes
includes paper presentations and a vendor exhibit; the conference is usually
held in October. Information:  EXUG '94, PO Box 458, Cambridge, CB4 4AA Tel:
0954 789095, Fax: 0954 781797, Email: info@exug.demon.co.uk, WWW:
http://www.nads.de/EXUG/ .

The X Technical Conference includes tutorials and technical talks. It is now
held in February in San Jose, CA.  Registration information is available from
conference@x.org, 617-374-1025.  Other information is typically on ftp.x.org
in /pub/DOCS/XConsortium/ (also available via http://www.x.org ).

The XWorld Conference and Exhibition includes tutorials, panels,
presentations and vendor exhibits. It is typically held in March in New York
City.  Information: SIGS Publication Group at 212-274-9135; information on
XWorld95 is available via
http://www.sigs.com/conferences/xw95/xw95main.html .

The Motif/CDE show is held each year in Washington, DC, around the time of 
FedUnix. It offers courses, tutorials and paper presentations.  Information:
+1 301-596-8800, fax +1 301-596-8803, http://www.mcsp.com/OSW-FedUNIX .
Registration material can be obtained from oswinfo@mcsp.com.

The Xhibition conference is cancelled for 1996; no other plans have
been announced (by xhibit@ics.com).

The Andrew Technical Conference was to be held September 21-22, 1995 in
Pittsburgh.  Info: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~AUIS/cfp.html .

Other trade shows -- UnixExpo, Uniforum, Siggraph -- show an increasing
presence of X, including tutorials and exhibits.

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