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All posts for the month September, 2004

DataLibre

DataLibre from Steve Mallett. It’s mission is to: Liberate Your Data, Write Once – Read Everywhere and nicely aligns with the kinds of things FOAF and DOAP are doing for people and projects respectively; which are linked from the site. It’s something I’ve been interested in and over the years, had less interest in giving [...]

An Interview with Tom Lord of Arch on Versioning Systems

An Interview with Tom Lord of Arch on Versioning Systems by Steve Mallet, OSDir. Amusing how he didn’t actually link to the Arch source code.

Writing a Social Content Engine with RDF

Writing a Social Content Engine with RDF by anselm. A long essay on the story of making a Java-based (server)/Javascript (client) CMS based on RDF using a pure Java OODB for storage. Today we’re going to build a social content engine for organizing and sharing content with our friends. … What could you do with [...]

Redland, Raptor and Rasqal – Open Source RDF, talk at XMLOpen

Today I gave a presentation Redland, Raptor and Rasqal – Open Source RDF in C, Perl, Python, PHP, Ruby, Tcl, Java and C# at XMLOpen which was held in Cambridge UK, 21-23 September 2004. It covers some of the design and thought behind Redland along with general issues when targeting Open Source communities.

Simile Scalability Report on Triple Store Applications

Simile Scalability Report on Triple Store Applications, Ryan Lee, MIT. 2004-07-26. Small typo, 3store does not rely on Redland, just Raptor for parsing.