Speak now or forever hold your piece (of code)…

The Open Source Convention has just put out a call for speakers at its 2004 Portland, Oregon event. As my parents live right across the Columbia River in Vancouver, WA, I’m going to be there.
For some time I’ve been working solo on a project to edit MathML in Mozilla, using an XUL interface. There’s nothing released yet, but the (empty) site is at abacus.mozdev.org .
Basically I’m seeking advice on whether I should set up a session to talk about this project. My inclination is “yes”, because MathML editing in Mozilla is something that would benefit a lot of technical people. Daniel Glazman (formerly of Netscape, and lead engineer for Nvu.org) has called the concept a “killer app”.
I’d like your opinions as well. Is it worthwhile?