[rdfweb-dev] ANNOUNCE: Planet RDF
edd at usefulinc.com
Fri Jan 9 22:32:15 UTC 2004
Planet RDF is an aggregate of the weblogs of software developers in
and around the semantic web community. We hope both to take advantage
of the community that exists, and also to foster more collaboration
between independent developers.
Although by nature not always 100% focused on semantic web content, it
provides a great snapshot of the work being done and new web sites of
interest to those working on the semantic web.
The participant weblogs are sourced from Dave Beckett's Semantic Web
bloggers list, http://journal.dajobe.org/journal/2003/07/semblogs/, with
a bit of additional editorial control to keep the web site focused
loosely on topic. Send mail to Dave, dave.beckett at bristol.ac.uk, if you
think you have a blog (with a valid RSS 1.0 feed, naturally) that we'd
be interested in, and we'll check it out.
For the technically curious: web standards are used as much as possible
and the usual electically invalid input of HTML from weblogs has been
cleaned up to be as near XHTML-valid as we could muster, both in the web
page and the aggregated RDF, http://planetrdf.com/index.rdf
Planet RDF was developed by Matt Biddulph, Dave Beckett and Phil
McCarthy, to whom many thanks are due.
The source code will be available soon, and will be linked from the site
at that point.
-- Dave Beckett and Edd Dumbill
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