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May 19, 2003

Going to CAMP in Boulder, CO

Was asked today to go to Boulder, CO to attent the Campus Architecture Middleware Planning (CAMP) Meeting in Boulder, CO. Had mixed feelings about it, and had to weigh it out carefully. Many of the presentations are addressing services we either use or hope to use, but that are on the plate of a different group at Tufts.

Finally decided to go, the primary reason being we're applying for a grant to specifically enable our software to share information with other institutions and this conference is geared toward forwarding services that will enable cross-institution exchanges. Even if I'm not building the machines or running the services it's good to have someone on our team that is familiar with the options and issues.

Posted by mike at May 19, 2003 9:03 AM