“Interleaving anomalies in collaborative text editors“. Joint work with Martin Kleppmann, Victor Gomes, and Alastair Beresford. Accepted at the 6th Workshop on the Principles and Practices of Consistency of Distributed Data (PaPoC 2019).
SREPLS 11 was another successful meeting with around 80 participants from various universities and companies in the south of England.
Many thanks to Kathy Gray and the rest of the Facebook team for organising the meeting!
SREPLS 11 will be held on 8th February at Facebook London. The programme has now been announced. Many thanks to all who volunteered a talk and Facebook for agreeing to host the event.
The meeting will be held at Facebook, 1 Rathbone Square, Rathbone Place, W1T 1FB and will start at 9.30am. Click here to see a map.
SREPLS 11 will be held at Facebook London on February 8th 2019, and is being organised by Kathy Gray. To RSVP or volunteer a talk please click here.
Note, due to Facebook London’s security RSVP in advance is mandatory for this meeting!
Many thanks to Kathy for organising, and Facebook London for agreeing to host a meeting.
SREPLS 9 was another successful SREPLS meeting, with around 40 attendees from universities and companies all over the South East. Many thanks to Martin Berger for organising the meeting, and the invited and volunteered speakers for contributing their talks.
Martin Berger has issued the Call for Talks for SREPLS 9, that will be held in May at the University of Sussex in Brighton. If you would like to volunteer a talk, then get in touch with Martin.
SREPLS 9 will be held on Friday 25th May 2018 at the University of Sussex at Brighton. The event is being organised by Martin Berger. See the SREPLS 9 homepage here for more details.
SREPLS 8 was held on Friday 5th January at King’s College, London, and attracted around 50 participants. Thanks to Laurie Tratt and Lukas Diekmann for organising another great event, as well as all speakers and attendees for contributing to the event.