We have two full papers accepted for AGILE 2014 in Castellón, Spain:
- Jim Jones, Werner Kuhn, Carsten Keßler and Simon Scheider: Making the Web of Data Available via Web Feature Services
- Simon Scheider, Jim Jones, Alber Sanchez and Carsten Keßler: Encoding and querying historic map content
The acceptance rate for AGILE was at about 33% this year. While I don’t have any numbers for the previous AGILE conferences, this seems pretty low to me – maybe due to the not-so-bad location. What is even more note-worthy, though, is that we got very useful reviews for both papers. They have definitely helped us improve the final versions of the papers. Kudos to my former team mates in the LIFE project for the great collaboration!