I agree with what was already said about submitting it. I might
suggest, though, that you emphasize the "how we did it stuff" in a way
that would be applicable to any platform (Android, mobile-browser,
iPhone, etc.) That way you don't lose the interest/votes of those who
are not interested in iPhone in particular.
On Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 1:06 PM, Park,Go-Woon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I haven't been in Code4Lib conference before, and my friends suggested
> that I should either volunteer or submit talk proposal to guarantee a
> registration ticket. In such hope, I am thinking of proposing a talk and
> hoping to get some input from here.
> I am wondering if people are still interested in developing iPhone Apps.
> About a year ago, we released an iPhone App for the library. It is
> nothing fancy, just library catalog, union catalog, library account
> management, library hours, and library news. However, in the catalog
> module, we created a module for Innovative catalog interface. Basically,
> we can search, display catalogs, and account management on the iPhone
> and Mobile Web without the III's airPAC. One colleague showed interest
> in how we did it, but I am wondering others are interested in as well.
> Thank you.
> Sarah Park