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  2. <rss version="2.0"><channel><title>TaCoS 2006 - Newsfeed (english)</title><link></link><description>Tagung der Computerlinguistik Studentierenden</description><language>en</language><pubDate>Tue, 10 Feb 2006 04:00:00 GMT</pubDate><lastBuildDate>Wed, 05 Jul 2006 13:23:09 +0100</lastBuildDate><generator>Emacs</generator><managingEditor>[email protected]</managingEditor><webMaster>[email protected]</webMaster>
  3. <item><title>Mailinglists</title><description><![CDATA[Hereby, we announce that as from now, we have two mailinglists for the TaCoS: <a href="">tacos-announce</a> for announcements, call for papers etc. and <a href="">tacos-discussion</a> for discussions.
  5. Have fun!]]></description><pubDate>Wed, 05 Jul 2006 13:23:09 +0100</pubDate><author>[email protected]</author></item>
  6. <item><title>Slides are online</title><description><![CDATA[Most of the slides are now available in the <a href="">downloads</a> section.]]></description><pubDate>Wed, 14 Jun 2006 11:19:01 +0100</pubDate><author>[email protected]</author></item>
  7. <item><title>See you 2007 in Tübingen</title><description><![CDATA[The next TaCoS will be 2007 in Tübingen. Until then, you can watch the <a href="">Pictures of the TaCoS 2006</a>. You can (and should) upload your own pictures there too.
  9. The TaCoS Orga Team 2006 wants to thank you for your numerous attendance and the good mood.]]></description><pubDate>Sun, 11 Jun 2006 15:02:58 +0100</pubDate><author>[email protected]</author></item>
  10. <item><title>Still looking for sleeping berths</title><description><![CDATA[For all students from Saarbrücken: We are still looking for some sleeping berths. If you can think of harbouring a guest, please write <a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=Schlafplatz">us</a> an e-mail.]]></description><pubDate>Fri, 02 Jun 2006 18:44:46 +0100</pubDate><author>[email protected]</author></item>
  11. <item><title>Agenda</title><description><![CDATA[As you might have noticed, there is a preliminary agenda online. A few slots are still free, that means, you can still decide to give a talk. ]]></description><pubDate>Mon, 29 May 2006 09:00:42 +0100</pubDate><author>[email protected]</author></item>
  12. <item><title>Registration</title><description><![CDATA[In order to encourage you to register early, we have decided to advance the registration fee for all people who register after June 1st. The advanced fee is 20 Euro (instead of 15).]]></description><pubDate>Sun, 07 May 2006 15:29:12 +0100</pubDate><author>[email protected]</author></item>
  13. <item><title>Opening game of the soccer world cup</title><description><![CDATA[All friends of soccer might have noticed that the opening game of the FIFA world cup will be during the TaCoS. Of course, we will provide an opportunity to watch the game (and an alternative for those who are not interested in soccer).]]></description><pubDate>Thu, 27 Apr 2006 14:35:43 +0100</pubDate><author>[email protected]</author></item>
  14. <item><title>Registration form</title><description><![CDATA[The registration form is now online on our <a href="">homepage</a>. Please register soon, to help us plan better. ]]></description><pubDate>Fri, 24 Mar 2006 20:01:42 +0100</pubDate><author>[email protected]</author></item>
  15. <item><title>1st Call For Papers sent out</title><description><![CDATA[On March 12, we have sent out the 1st Call For Papers. Therein, you find the details about the talks (30-45 minutes, German or English, deadline May 15).
  17. You can download the complete text of the CfP in our Downloads-section or find the key data also in the "Call For Papers"-section.]]></description><pubDate>Mon, 13 Mar 2006 19:19:50 +0100</pubDate><author>[email protected]</author></item>
  18. <item><title>Wikipedia article about TaCoS</title><description><![CDATA[There is now a <a href="">Wikipedia article about the TaCoS</a> - in the German Wikipedia. Feel free to translate it or to write a new one.]]></description><pubDate>Thu, 23 Feb 2006 19:32:27 +0100</pubDate><author>[email protected]</author></item>
  19. <item><title>RSS-Feed</title><description><![CDATA[We are very proud of our RSS feed: you can subscribe to it and always get all the TaCoS-related news automatically on your desktop (or in your mailbox or wherever you want it).
  20. RSS is an XML file which will be regularly checked by a so called "news aggregator". It will download all the newest information and present it to you in an easily readable form. More on RSS: <a href="">Wikipedia</a>.]]></description><pubDate>Mon, 20 Feb 2006 21:16:56 +0100</pubDate><author>[email protected]</author></item>
  21. <item><title>Homepage</title><description><![CDATA[Finally we have a useful homepage. There are still a few things missing, but they will come soon.]]></description><pubDate>Mon, 20 Feb 2006 21:16:23 +0100</pubDate><author>[email protected]</author></item>
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