[foaf-protocols] [ANN] OntoWiki 0.9.5 released
tramp at informatik.uni-leipzig.de
Mon Jun 14 16:19:10 CEST 2010
(apologies for multiple postings)
The AKSW research group  is pleased to announce that OntoWiki 0.9.5 is
now available for download.
OntoWiki is a web-application enabling the collaborative creation and
(linked data) publication of RDF knowledge bases.
More information about OntoWiki can be found at: http://ontowiki.net
You can download OntoWiki in our google code file section:
==> http://code.google.com/p/ontowiki/downloads/list <==
Enhancements in this release include:
* Support for Semantic Pingback , a protocol which enables OntoWiki to
communicate named links from linked data resources or blog systems like
* Support for the publication of provenance information via Linked Data.
* A new navigation module which support the configuration and usage of
arbitrary navigation hierarchies (e.g. based on classes, SKOS elements,
geospatial entities or FOAF groups).
* A bookmarklet for collecting RDFa-based information into a specific
OntoWiki knowledge base.
* More editing widgets, e.g. for phone number and mailto: resources.
* A new mapping module for the resource visualisation and filtering based
* Attribute / Tag clouds based on selected RDF properties.
* A GUI for complex SPARQL filter (contains, larger, smaller, between and
* A JSON/RPC server as an additional interface (e.g. for the command line
* A plugin to create nice URIs based on the content of a new resource.
A detailed log of the over 200 enhancements and bug fixes of this release
is available at our issue tracker .
Many thanks to the contributors of this OntoWiki release (in alphabetical
order): Atanas Alexandrov, Christian Maier, Christoph Riess, Jonas Brekle,
Marvin Frommhold, Michael Haschke, Michael Martin, Michael Niederstätter,
Natanael Arndt, Norman Heino, Philipp Frischmuth and Tim Ermilov
Sebastian Tramp - Department of Computer Science; University of Leipzig
Tel. / Fax: +49 341 97 323-66/-29 WebID: http://sebastian.tramp.name
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