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authorMatthew McPherrin <mimcpher@csclub.uwaterloo.ca>
Mon, 13 Jun 2011 18:58:17 +0000 (14:58 -0400)
committerMatthew McPherrin <mimcpher@csclub.uwaterloo.ca>
Mon, 13 Jun 2011 18:58:17 +0000 (14:58 -0400)
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        </abstract>
 </eventitem>
 <eventitem date="2011-06-17" time="7 PM" room="Comfy Lounge" title="Code Party 2">
-       <short>Our second code party. This iteration's topic: Puzzles, contests, and
+       <short><p>Our second code party. This iteration's topic: Puzzles, contests, and
                interview questions. You can also work on whatever other code you want to.
+               </p><p>
 
                More details to follow!
+       </p>
        </short>
-       <abstract>Our second code party. This iteration's topic: Puzzles, contests, and
+       <abstract><p>Our second code party. This iteration's topic: Puzzles, contests, and
                interview questions. You can also work on whatever other code you want to.
-
+               </p>
+               <p>
                More details to follow!
+       </p>
        </abstract>
 </eventitem>
 <eventitem date="2011-06-14" time="4:30 PM" room="MC 2054" title="Taming Software Bloat with AdaptableGIMP">
                help simplify complex user interfaces.
        </short>
        <abstract>
-               Taming Software Bloat with AdaptableGIMP
-               
-               Ever use software with 100s or 1000s of commands? Ever have a hard time
-               finding the right commands to perform your task? We have. And we have
-               some new ideas on how to deal with software bloat.
-               
-               In this talk, we'll present AdaptableGIMP, a new version of GIMP
-               developed by the HCI Lab here at the University of Watreloo.
-               AdaptableGIMP introduces the notion of crowdsourced interface
-               customizations: Any user of the application can customize the interface
-               for performing a particular task, with that customization instantly
-               shared with all other users through a wiki at adaptablegimp.org. In the
-               talk, we'll demo this new version of GIMP and show how it can help
-               people work faster by simplifying feature-rich, complex user
-               interfaces.
+               <p>
+                       Ever use software with 100s or 1000s of commands? Ever have a hard time
+                       finding the right commands to perform your task? We have. And we have
+                       some new ideas on how to deal with software bloat.
+               </p>
+               <p>
+                       In this talk, we'll present AdaptableGIMP, a new version of GIMP
+                       developed by the HCI Lab here at the University of Watreloo.
+                       AdaptableGIMP introduces the notion of crowdsourced interface
+                       customizations: Any user of the application can customize the interface
+                       for performing a particular task, with that customization instantly
+                       shared with all other users through a wiki at adaptablegimp.org. In the
+                       talk, we'll demo this new version of GIMP and show how it can help
+                       people work faster by simplifying feature-rich, complex user
+                       interfaces.
+               </p>
        </abstract>
 </eventitem>
 <eventitem date="2011-06-09" time="4:30 PM" room="MC 2054"