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Dave Beckett's RDF Resource Guide
RAP - RDF API for PHP
by Chris Bizer. A pure PHP package for manipulating RDF models, querying them with RDQL, parsing/serializing the RDF/XML, N3 and N-Triples syntaxes and providing a network server for NetAPI. See also the online demo. License: GPL. Version 0.8.1 with speed improvements, improved indexing and searching, new unit test suite and other bug fixes announced
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RAP - RDF API for PHP
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by Chris Bizer. A pure PHP package for manipulating RDF models, querying them with RDQL, parsing/serializing the RDF/XML, N3 and N-Triples syntaxes and providing a network server for NetAPI. See also the online demo. License: GPL. Version 0.8.1 with speed improvements, improved indexing and searching, new unit test suite and other bug fixes announced
date
2004-08-24
RDFStore Perl/C RDF API and Storage
by Alberto Reggiori. A system for managing RDF model databases, storing them in databases, natively, free-text searching and indexing, parsing and serialising, querying with RDQL. See also the demos, native store description and downloads area. Version 0.50 with major rewrite into mostly C, new native store and indexing model announced
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RDFStore Perl/C RDF API and Storage
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by Alberto Reggiori. A system for managing RDF model databases, storing them in databases, natively, free-text searching and indexing, parsing and serialising, querying with RDQL. See also the demos, native store description and downloads area. Version 0.50 with major rewrite into mostly C, new native store and indexing model announced
date
2004-08-19
DR2Q
by Chris Bizer. A Java plug-in for the Jena toolkit to provide a declarative mapping language for treating non-RDF databases as virtual RDF graphs. See also the user manual and language specification and sourceforge download area andbenchmark results. GPL License. Version 0.2 with significant language extensions, better performance, logging, test suite and bug fixes announced
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DR2Q
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by Chris Bizer. A Java plug-in for the Jena toolkit to provide a declarative mapping language for treating non-RDF databases as virtual RDF graphs. See also the user manual and language specification and sourceforge download area andbenchmark results. GPL License. Version 0.2 with significant language extensions, better performance, logging, test suite and bug fixes announced
date
2004-08-12
mozCC
by Nathan R. Yergler. An extension for mozilla-based browsers, including Mozilla Firebird, Mozilla and Netscape providing a way to examine Creative Commons licenses embedded in web pages. See the installation instructions and news for more information. License: MPL. Version 0.8.3 with important bug fixes correcting lockups on Mozilla and Firefox announced
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mozCC
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by Nathan R. Yergler. An extension for mozilla-based browsers, including Mozilla Firebird, Mozilla and Netscape providing a way to examine Creative Commons licenses embedded in web pages. See the installation instructions and news for more information. License: MPL. Version 0.8.3 with important bug fixes correcting lockups on Mozilla and Firefox announced
date
2004-07-27
ARC PHP RDF/XML parser
by Benjamin Nowack. A PHP parser for RDF/XML and PHP serializer for N-Triples optimized for size and ease of use (single files) rather than for functionality - some parts of RDF/XML are not yet supported. First announcement
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ARC PHP RDF/XML parser
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by Benjamin Nowack. A PHP parser for RDF/XML and PHP serializer for N-Triples optimized for size and ease of use (single files) rather than for functionality - some parts of RDF/XML are not yet supported. First announcement
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2004-07-22
Veudas Web RDF Editor
by Phil Dawes. A Javascript RDF editor on the client side connected to a simple python server with rdflib working with Mozilla 1.4 and IE6. See also the demonstration. Version 0.5 a complete rewrite in python cgi and javascript, merged rdf store view and editing support for simple OWL in announced
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Veudas Web RDF Editor
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by Phil Dawes. A Javascript RDF editor on the client side connected to a simple python server with rdflib working with Mozilla 1.4 and IE6. See also the demonstration. Version 0.5 a complete rewrite in python cgi and javascript, merged rdf store view and editing support for simple OWL in announced
date
2004-07-16
Creative Commons RDF (ccRdf)
by Nathan R. Yergler. A python module for manipulating CC - parsing RDF, extracting licensing information and emitting RDF. See the download area. License: GNU GPL2. Version 0.4.5 with RDFlib 2.0.3 support, unit tests and RDF extraction module announced
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Creative Commons RDF (ccRdf)
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by Nathan R. Yergler. A python module for manipulating CC - parsing RDF, extracting licensing information and emitting RDF. See the download area. License: GNU GPL2. Version 0.4.5 with RDFlib 2.0.3 support, unit tests and RDF extraction module announced
date
2004-06-24
3store
persistent RDF knowledgebase by Steve Harris, AKT Consortium, University of Southampton. An efficient RDF KB written in C with RDQL support, subclass and subproperty taxonomic reasoning supporting most RDF/S entailments, query complexity estimation, RDF import, fast query execution and has scaled to over 25M triples. Uses MySQL 3.23 for storage and provides Apache module and perl interfaces. See also the 3store RDQL query demo and download area. GPL License. Version 2.2.17 with endianess bug fix (database reload needed), 3x assert speed improvements, SQL table naming, OSX build fixes and other bug fixes announced
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3store
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persistent RDF knowledgebase by Steve Harris, AKT Consortium, University of Southampton. An efficient RDF KB written in C with RDQL support, subclass and subproperty taxonomic reasoning supporting most RDF/S entailments, query complexity estimation, RDF import, fast query execution and has scaled to over 25M triples. Uses MySQL 3.23 for storage and provides Apache module and perl interfaces. See also the 3store RDQL query demo and download area. GPL License. Version 2.2.17 with endianess bug fix (database reload needed), 3x assert speed improvements, SQL table naming, OSX build fixes and other bug fixes announced
date
2004-06-21
Plugin for Protégé for OWL (Web Ontology Language)
by Holger Knublauch, Stanford Medical Informatics. It provides loading, saving, editing, visualzing of OWL ontologies along with interfaces to DL reasoners (for OWL DL) such as Racer and other services via Jena. This is also available with the Protégé 2.0 release, from the Protégé download site. License: MPL 1.1. Version 1.1 with many improvments and features as well as a new tutorial on OWL and Protege announced
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Plugin for Protégé for OWL (Web Ontology Language)
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by Holger Knublauch, Stanford Medical Informatics. It provides loading, saving, editing, visualzing of OWL ontologies along with interfaces to DL reasoners (for OWL DL) such as Racer and other services via Jena. This is also available with the Protégé 2.0 release, from the Protégé download site. License: MPL 1.1. Version 1.1 with many improvments and features as well as a new tutorial on OWL and Protege announced
date
2004-06-12
Progos 'thingy' semantic computing core
by Progos in Java providing "a semantic bag for any data in which you can manipulate your semantic structured space" in 20K by mapping RDF into Java objects. See also what is thingy?, API docs, component docs and the download. License: GPL. Announced
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Progos 'thingy' semantic computing core
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by Progos in Java providing "a semantic bag for any data in which you can manipulate your semantic structured space" in 20K by mapping RDF into Java objects. See also what is thingy?, API docs, component docs and the download. License: GPL. Announced
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2004-05-20

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Some notes:
re: autodiscovery... some of the blo.gs entries actually already have the rss link included... and I'm currently thinking about using a AmpetaDesk like bookmarklet to add geeds to my list

re: sorting of feeds:
The reader itself 'remembers' the feeds I've viewed and ranks them after the last time I accessed/viewed them. It's a very simple form of interst filtering. Feeds I don't view go down, the ones I'm really interested in go up.


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