I'm heading out to Rootstech. I think I'm set for the panel tomorrow and look forward to meeting many from the Geneablogger community who will be on site. I don't have a good plan for the Family History Library tomorrow evening but will make the best of my short time in SLC.
Here's a couple sessions I am going to try to catch this afternoon:
- Tell It Again (in the Story@home track)
- Genealogy Industry Web 2.0 Report Card
- Putting the World's Cultural Heritage Online with Crowdsourcing
There are so many interesting options in the 4:15 time slot, it will be difficult to chose among these:
- Collecting the Fabric of a Life
- Finding the Obscure and Elusive: Geographic Information on the Web
- Mapping Ancestral Migration Trails and Their Stories
On Friday, I'll catch the morning keynote, the main hall sessions and meeting people in the Expo Hall. Friday's panel is from 3-4pm in the Developer Day track, titled What it means: Open Standards Development from the Perspective of Developers and Standards Professionals.
This should be an interesting & whirlwind two days. See you in SLC.