Category Archives: Xturtle

AKSW@SWIB13

From November 25 to 27 the members of the ERM project (electronic resource management for libraries) attended the SWIB13 (Semantic Web in Libraries) in Hamburg. We, that is Andreas, Natanael, Norman and Thomas, went to Hamburg where the conference was … Continue reading

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New DBpedia Overview Article

We are pleased to announce that a new overview article for DBpedia is available. The article covers several aspects of the DBpedia community project: The DBpedia extraction framework. The mappings wiki as the central structure for maintaining the community-curated DBpedia … Continue reading

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Xturtle: Turtle editing the Eclipse-way

We are happy to announce the first public version of our Turtle editor Xturtle. Xturtle is eclipse / Xtext2 based and provides a basic editing solution for the Turtle RDF syntax to allow for easy editing of textual representations of … Continue reading

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Triplify 0.8 Released

We just released version 0.8 of the Triplify script, which includes the following feature enhancements and fixes: Triplify now supports the Semantic Pingback mechanism: It exposes a X-Pingback HTTP header field, it contains a XML-RPC service (also usable by conventional … Continue reading

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Triplify 0.4 released

We just released version 0.4 of the Triplify script. After the initial release several months ago we made quite some additions and bug fixes the most important of which are: Update log functionality added – allows Semantic Web crawlers to … Continue reading

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Cofundos.org redesigned

Michael Haschke (eye48.com) redesigned Cofundos.org. We hope the new Cofundos layout is clearer, better scalable and generally more consistent. It was developed according to the guidelines of W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative. The new theme is completely based on CSS and … Continue reading

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