Update of the RDF and SPARQL (RDF star) families of specifications

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  • data.gov

    Main repository for the data.gov service

    The U.S. Open Data catalog [1] has all the metadata and even some data as Linked Data, same with the European Open Data catalog [2]

    [1]: https://data.gov/

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  • lv2

    The LV2 audio plugin specification

  • hextuples

    An RDF serialization format designed for performance in the browser

    The problem is that they aren’t tabular and the examples they give which make them look simple are incomplete. For example, they rarely show examples that specify the language or data type. A truly tabular format is hextuples. https://github.com/ontola/hextuples

  • irish-gen

    Traditional Irish genealogies represented as TRiG RDF named graphs.

    I am glad to see this as well. I decided to use RDF for my personal project because it was well specified, has many implementations, and a human readable syntax. In the end, it is just data but I wanted to make it as accessible as possible. Does this mean that RDF is always the right choice? No, but it worked for my use case. I wish there were more choices in the open source Triplestore space with good OWL2 support but my project works with what is out there and if someone wants to transform it into something else, that is entirely possible to do.

    If you are interested, my project is here: https://github.com/cyocum/irish-gen and a few posts about it are here https://cyocum.github.io/.

  • solid

    Solid - Re-decentralizing the web (project directory) (by solid)

    Check out https://solidproject.org (If you want a short intro I recently gave a ~30min talk about it: https://noeldemartin.com/fosdem)

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