Sunday, August 24, 2003

Collection of Semantic Web Articles

Rio "The very first seperate release of Sesame's RDF I/O package, aka "Rio". Rio contains parsers for RDF/XML and N-Triples as well as writers for RDF/XML, N-Triples and Notation3."

Should Atom Use RDF? "So should Atom be consumed as RDF? It depends. If you want to, and have the right tools, you can. You'll need to transform it into RDF first, but we'll provide a normative way to do that. If you don't want to, then you don't have to worry about it. Atom is XML."

Mark is in error. "Second, what makes Mark think that people who work with RDF/XML are familiar with XSLT or have this installed automatically with our 'tools'? I've worked with RDF/XML in six different programming languages, but I don't work with XSLT -- I think XSLT is the ugliest damn thing in the world to work with. I don't have XSLT support installed."

The Semantic Web is Closer Than You Think "The real achievement of OWL, then, at least as I see it, is to provide a solid foundation, both formally and implementationally, for the Semantic Web. It satisfies one of the necessary conditions of the possibility of there being a Semantic Web at all. And for that, all of us who appreciate the Web, as it is and as it could be, should be grateful."
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