(resending with right email address for www-rdf-calendar; sorry for noise)
Dan Brickley wrote:
> +cc: RDF calendar list
> Denny Vrandečić wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> we are proud to announce the relaunch of semanticweb.org
>> semanticweb.org is a Semantic MediaWiki installation that gathers data
>> about tools, persons, concepts, events, organizations, and publications
>> on, around, and about the Semantic Web.
>> The site provides cool URIs (as certified by the cool URI note authors,
>> thanks Richard and Leo!) for everything, a SPARQL endpoint, several
>> exports, and much more. We will see how the data from semanticweb.org
>> can be reused in your applications.
>> If you are at the WWW currently, come to tomorrow's presentation of
>> Kalpana, semanticweb.org and the newest developments on Semantic
>> MediaWiki, during the Dev Track Sessions from 10:30-12:00. There will be
>> opportunities to ask questions, raise issues, make wishes, discussion
>> Kalpana is a tool for the easy reuse of semantic data inside your
>> There will be a more detailed mail next week, if you want more
>> information before that, pass by tomorrow :)
> This is really sweet! Great to see that site come back to live. Wish I
> could've been in China ... if you folks have any trip-reports to share,
> do post them here.
> Now, on to the feature requests!
> * http://semanticweb.org/wiki/Events ... can we get iCal feeds?
> * OpenID would be lovely too. Any chance of that?
> Re OpenID, I generated a FOAF Group description from the OpenIDs of
> everyone who has edited wiki.foaf-project.org (hmm I should crontab it).
> It is a nice way of building a grassroots list of the OpenIDs of people
> active in the RDF/SWIG and FOAF community. We could also take such a
> list and poke around to find blog RSS feeds etc. to auto-generate
> 'planet' aggregators, lots of possible applications I think.
> Re Calendar stuff, see http://semanticweb.org/wiki/Talk:Events also for
> requests/suggestions. The Events page is great. And anything we can do
> to move conference CFPs into a more automation-friendly mode would be a
> great help to all our mailboxes I think.
> Again, nice work. I look forward to hearing more on what's planned...
> http://danbri.org/ >