[rdfweb-dev] SemanticPlanet Crawler
danny666 at virgilio.it
Tue May 13 20:05:26 UTC 2003
I only just heard about Ecademy, just signed myself up to have a look -
looks good, based on Drupal. It created an FOAF file for me (though I can't
see any way of editing it manually). So does that mean there's FOAF for all
Has your crawler got all that, or just a subset because of connectivity?
I really like the way you present the source info, btw.
What kind of things have/will you been doing with the data?
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> [mailto:rdfweb-dev-bounces at vapours.rdfweb.org]On Behalf Of Ian Davis
> Sent: 13 May 2003 17:44
> To: rdfweb-dev at vapours.rdfweb.org
> Subject: [rdfweb-dev] SemanticPlanet Crawler
> I've turned the SemanticPlanet crawler back on (identifies itself as
> sembot/0.x). It now runs once a week and sniffs around FOAF (and other
> RDF) looking for interesting things.
> You can see how many people refer to you in their FOAF. Find your FOAF
> file by searching here: http://www.semanticplanet.com/sources/. In the
> detailed view of the file you can see a list of interesting things
> described by the file. Click on 'other sources' to see other RDF
> sources that also describe that 'thing'. The most connected person is
> currently Thomas Power of Ecademy who has 181 people who 'know' him
> Top non-Ecademy person is Mark Pilgrim with 16
> Next up is RSS views of these lists which would enable people to
> monitor when someone refers to them in a FOAF file.
> - Ian <iand at internetalchemy.org>
> "Minds are like books - they work best when open"
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