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Hey there, put mine on the Monday, at the 22:15 slot. 


 
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 From: Valerie Sutton <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2014 1:14 PM
Subject: SignWriting Symposium Schedule of Live Events July 21-24, 2014
 


SignWriting List
May 29, 2014

Hello Claudia and all presenters at the SignWriting Symposium -

Thank you for your thoughtful answer and of course you are correct about the Time Zones. The Europeans and Tunisians are from 6 to 10 hours ahead of the North, Central and South American Continent presenters, so the Europeans and Tunisians should probably grab the presentation time slots that are earlier in the day…I agree.

Fortunately, the Symposium will be streamed live on YouTube, and it will be saved on YouTube too, so people can always view a presentation from the day before, if they get sleepy.

Because the design of the Symposium web pages and archive are dependent upon the scheduling, I went ahead and setup a schedule, but you all need to choose your time slots.

The SignWriting Symposium is streaming live from 15:00 - 23:30 UTC/GMT (8:00 - 16:30 PDT) July 21-24, 2014.

NOW IT IS NECESSARY for all of you to tell me the exact time and day you wish to present by looking at the schedule and finding slots that are blank and open...

Please see a pasted schedule here in this email, or go to this web page, which is under construction, and then write back to tell us when you want to present - I look forward to hearing from you - 

SignWriting Symposium Schedule of Live Online Events, July 21-24, 2014
http://www.signwriting.org/symposium/2014/Live_Streaming_Schedule.html

  
STREAMED ON THE INTERNET

LIVE ONLINE JULY 21-24, 2014
on Google Hangouts & YouTube

SCHEDULE OF PRESENTATIONS

Time schedule is based on Pacific Daylight Time (PDT)
24-hour clock and then converted to UTC - GMT
(Universal Time Coordination or Greenwich Mean Time)
  
TIME
PDT TIME
UTC DAY 1
JULY 21, 2014 DAY 2
JULY 22, 2014 DAY 3
JULY 23, 2014 DAY 4
JULY 24, 2014       
8:00 15:00 Welcome Message
by Moderator:
Valerie Sutton  Opening Chat Opening Chat Opening Chat       
8:30 15:30 Presentation 1
 Presentation 11
SOFTWARE

"SignPuddle
Standard For
SignWriting Text"
by
Steve Slevinski Presentation 21
SOFTWARE

"Constructing a
TrueType Font
for the
SignWriting Script
with Unicode
Characters
using Graphite
Rendering
System" 
by
Eduardo Trápani
Steve Slevinski


 Presentation 31
SOFTWARE

"Digital
Collaboration
with
Machine-Readable
Sign Language
Text in the
SignWriting Script"
by
Steve Slevinski       
9:15 16:15 Presentation 2 Presentation 12 Presentation 22 Presentation 32       
10:00 17:00 Presentation 3
EDUCATION

“Ways to Write
Sign Languages
by Hand with
SignWriting.”
by
Adam Frost


 Presentation 13 Presentation 23 Presentation 33       
10:45 17:45 Presentation 4 Presentation 14 Presentation 24 Presentation 34       
11:30 18:30 Presentation 5 Presentation 15 Presentation 25 Presentation 35       
12:15 19:15 Presentation 6 Presentation 16 Presentation 26 Presentation 36       
13:00 20:00 Presentation 7
LITERATURE

"The Complete
New Testament 
in Written ASL:
Decade of Writing
27 books in the 
SignWriting Script.”
by
Nancy Romero


 Presentation 17 Presentation 27 Presentation 37       
13:45 20:45 Presentation 8
LITERATURE

“Encyclopedias in
Written ASL:
Writing 48
Articles for the
ASL Wikipedia"
by
Nancy Romero


 Presentation 18 Presentation 28 Presentation 38       
14:30 21:30 Presentation 9 Presentation 19 Presentation 29 Presentation 39       
15:15 22:15 Presentation 10 Presentation 20 Presentation 30 Presentation 40
RESEARCH

“40 Years Writing
Sign Languages:
Evolution of the
SignWriting
Script 1974-2014”
by
Valerie Sutton


       
16:00 23:00 Closing Chat Closing Chat Closing Chat Closing Message
by Moderator
Valerie Sutton  

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Valerie Sutton
SWS-2014 Chair
Steve Slevinski
SWS-2014 Chair
Adam Frost
SWS-2014 Chair
Nancy Romero
SWS-2014 Chair
SignWriting Symposium Submissions
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SignWriting Symposium 2014 Web Page
http://www.signwriting.org/symposium/2014
SignWriting Symposium 2014 on Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/signwritingmeetup 

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On May 29, 2014, at 6:31 AM, Claudia S. Bianchini <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Hello Val
>Am I the only one to answer?
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>I think that the best solution is to go thematic but with a little arrangement due to time-gap.
>To make 10 presentation or 30min per day we need minimum 5 hour (+1h to eat)...
>And... when in LaJolla is 6am in Rome is 3pm; when in LaJolla is 2pm in Rome in 1am.
>So, to avoid Europeans to stay awaken till 3 in the morning, and to avoir Americans to get up at 5 in the morning we can scredule the presentations like this...
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>1) July 21-22 - Education
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>from 6am to 11am (California time) = from 3pm to 8pm (Rome time) : Europeans presentations
>from 11am to 4pm (California time) = from 8pm to 1am (Rome time) : Americans presentations
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>2) July 22 - Literature
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>from 6am to 11am (California time) = from 3pm to 8pm (Rome time) : Europeans presentations
>from 11am to 4pm (California time) = from 8pm to 1am (Rome time) : Americans presentations
>
>3) July 23 - Research
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>from 6am to 11am (California time) = from 3pm to 8pm (Rome time) : Europeans presentations
>from 11am to 4pm (California time) = from 8pm to 1am (Rome time) : Americans presentations
>
>4) July 24 - Software
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>from 6am to 11am (california time) = from 3pm to 8pm (Rome time) : Europeans presentations
>from 11am to 4pm (california time) = from 8pm to 1am (Rome time) : Americans presentations
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>So if americans want to sleep in the morning they will only lose the 2 or 3 first european presentation, and if the europeans need to go to bed at 11pm they will only loose 2 or 3 american presentations...
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>What do you think about this?
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>Claudia
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>Claudia S. Bianchini, PhD
>MCF Licence SDL-LSF, Univ. Poitiers
>Laboratoire EA3816-FoReLL
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>Université de Poitiers - UFR Lettres et Langues (Bât. A3)
>1 rue Raymond CANTEL - TSA 11102
>86073 POITIERS CEDEX 9
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>2014-05-24 20:13 GMT+02:00 Valerie Sutton <[log in to unmask]>:
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>SignWriting List
>>May 24, 2014
>>
>>Hello SignWriting List!
>>I need your opinions - read below -
>>
>>I am delighted to tell you that we have 40 presentations…39 definite and 1 more perhaps… I will be closing the number at 40, so if there is someone who wants to present and has not submitted your Title write to me…there is still a chance.
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>>So let us start talking about the date and time your presentations will be streamed live online…
>>
>>Streaming 10 presentations a day, for four days, from July 21-24, 2014, will be amazing. Each live presentation will last around 30 minutes, and take some questions from viewers either by voice, sign language video or texting of some kind. We will try to have interpreters if we can. We will direct the viewers to each presentation’s web page to learn more about the topic, and the 30 minute live presentation will be on YouTube and your web page too, so it will live on ;-)
>>
>>One way to schedule this (and I would like your opinion), is to group the presentations by time zone and location of the presenters, to make it possible for presenters to present during their daytime hours… so this would mean a schedule like this:
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>>July 21 - 23 North, Central America, South America
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>>July 24 - Europe & Africa
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>>Kind of crazy - huh?
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>>The other way to do the schedule is to group it by subject:
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>>July 21-22 - Education
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>>July 22 - Literature
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>>July 23 - Research
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>>July 24 - Software
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>>and do it the same time each day and presenters will have to stay up at night to present in some cases -
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>>Have any of you had this experience before? I once stayed up to 3:00 in the morning to present in Tunisia in a conference, on Skype, and it was fine with me…but I was tired too...
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>>So please write to tell me your thoughts about streaming 40 presentations online live - should we schedule it by time zone?
>>
>>Val ;-)
>>

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