SIGWEB

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See also: ACM SIGWEB

The Bay Area SIGWEB was a special interest group for the World Wide Web that was founded in August 1993 by the staff of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Center for Knowledge Management (CKM) [1], at the direction of CKM Director Dr. Michael Doyle, who later became the founder of Eolas.

Prominent members included Xerox PARC, Sun Microsystems, O'Reilly Publishers, and Pacific Bell.

SIGWEB's first president was UCSF's Chris McRae.

Some meeting announcements:

  • First SIGWEB meeting, at UCS], 10/7/93 [2][3]
  • SIGWEB #4 (Amdahl, Sunnyvale, CA) [6][7]
  • SIGWEB #6 (Stanford Linear Accelerator Center) [8]
  • SIGWEB #7 ( Sun Microsystems) [9]
  • SIGWEB #8 (Berkeley, California) [10]