Yessiryyy!! Once again a Dutchman and a German are going to host a European Lisp Meeting, as if there was never a 1974 football world cup final. One might even claim they just don't care! I already spent the money i will earn this year so i for one sure won't go. Therefore i beg the powers that be (that would be you Lemmens and Weitz) to let there be a(n?) ECLM 2007. Oh, you lucky few...
Here's their announcement:
Edi Weitz and Arthur Lemmens are proud to announce the European Common Lisp Meeting 2006. The meeting will consist of a Sunday full of talks, with optional dinners on Saturday and Sunday evening. More details (price, exact location, registration) will be announced soon, but please reserve the weekend of April 29/30 in your agenda now!
The following talks will be given on Sunday, April 30:
Jans Aasman Franz, Inc (Oakland, California, USA) AllegroGraph: a large scale graph database applied to the Semantic Web and telecom fraud detection
James Anderson Ravenpack International (Marbella, Spain) Lisp tools for time series computations
Marco Antoniotti Department of Informatics, Systems and Communications, Università Milano-Bicocca (Milan, Italy) NYU Courant Bioinformatics Group (New York, USA) GOALIE
Martin Cracauer ITA Software (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA) Common Lisp in a high-performance search environment
Klaus Harbo Mu Aps (Farum, Denmark) cl-muproc: Erlang-inspired multiprocessing in Common Lisp
Arthur Lemmens Independent consultant (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) Rucksack: a flexible, lightweight, open source persistence library
David McClain Avisere Sensor Group, Inc. (Tucson, Arizona, USA) SigLab: a Lisp-based signal and image processing and modeling facility
Jim Newton, Thomas F. Burdick, Peter Herth, Björn Lindberg Cadence Design Systems GmbH (Munich, Germany) The PCMan meta version control system: Common Lisp from top to bottom
Looking forward to meeting you in Hamburg,
Edi Weitz & Arthur Lemmens