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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) , at the direction of CKM Director Dr. Michael Doyle, who later became the founder of Eolas.
SIGWEB's first president was UCSF's Chris McRae.
Some meeting announcements:
- SIGWEB #6 (Stanford Linear Accelerator Center) 
- SIGWEB #7 ( Sun Microsystems) 
- SIGWEB #8 (Berkeley, California)