Next stop - East Midlands Conference Centre

If you work in the public sector and are interested in web accessibility and broader web development issues for government sites, you might be interested in this event:

Currently in production and back by popular demand is a forum to showcase the leading edge of public sector website development highlighting innovation, usability and compatibility. Government Websites 2.0 - The Next Generation  (external link) will be held on the 15th August at the East Midlands Conference Centre (Nottingham).

Not sure about "leading edge", but you'll get to hear me bang on about accessibility for half an hour or so, and participate in the panel, discussing the question "What is the purpose and function of a local authority website?". If anyone knows the answer please email me, otherwise I'll just have to talk bollocks and hope no-one notices...


Well, I'll be there to cheer you on. Did I say cheer? Sorry, I obviously meant 'heckle'.

Posted by: JackP at June 27, 2006 10:39 AM

I've had my yearly outing this year. Given the consternation that caused me I didn't even bother asking about this conference. I have 30 years work left in me til retirement, hopefully my expertise will be rewarded with a management grade (and a budget) before then :p

Posted by: Karl at June 28, 2006 1:08 PM

@Jack: I'll be sure to give you a mention, in fact I might even ask you to stand on your chair. ;)

@Karl: You may only get one outing a year, but it wasn't a bad one, was it?!

Posted by: Dan at June 28, 2006 3:30 PM

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