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Scott Watermasysk

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Nickname: scottwater
Registered: Aug, 2003

Scott Watermasysk is an ASP.NET developers. He wrote the .Text blog engine.
Weblogging BOF Posted: Oct 20, 2003 11:06 PM
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The weblogging BOF is starting to look really good: (via Robbert McLaws

Weblogging: The Future of Conversational Software
Track: Birds of a Feather   Code: BoF09
Room: Room 404AB   Time Slot: Mon, October 27 10:00 PM-11:00 PM
By now, you're probably familiar with weblogging to some extent. What you may not have known is the extent that blogging is used inside Microsoft. In this BOF session, the heavyweights of the blogosphere will chair a discussion on where blogging is at and where it's headed. Where does .NET fit into all this? Can we expect any blogging services from MSN? What about blogging with the newest version of Sharepoint? Come join the fun and find out. We'll also be talking about the role of RSS and/or Atom, aggregators, the integration of weblogging gesture with other software, and much more! Park your butt and bring your ideas... It's guaranteed to be intense, so make sure you're there! Host: Robert McLaws.

Slated to appear at the Weblogger BOF (commence name dropping): Clemens Vasters (dasBlog), Scott Watermasysk (.Text), Greg Reinaker (Newsgator), Drew Robbins (PDCBloggers.net), and Me (LonghornBlogs.com). I heard that someone who calls himself a “Human Aggregator“ may be there too, but as far as I can tell, it's only a rumor.

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