We are getting very close to a Semantic Web watershed moment
(IMHO). Thus, for the purpose of historic record, I would like to
create a public bookmark to Tim Bray's 2003 post titled: RDF.net
Challenge that also contains a nice section about the History
Note to Tim:
Is the RDF.net domain deal still on? I know it's past 1st Jan
2006, but do bear in mind that the critical issue of a broadly
supported RDF Query Language only took significant shape
approximately 13 months ago (in the form of SPARQL), and this is
all so critical to the challenge you posed in 2003.
RDF.net could become a point of
semantic-web-presence through which the benefits of SPARQL
compliant Triple|Quad Stores, Shared Ontologies, and SPARQL
Protocol are unveiled in their well intended glory :-).
About this entry:
Author: Kingsley Uyi Idehen
Published: 07/13/2006 21:42 GMT-0500
Modified: 07/13/2006 19:04 GMT-0500
Tags: rdf , semanticweb , sparql , history , .net , elnblvxi , drovfbmv , yevkadhy , axwnyctn , pfmgrlfx , dxutaibu , iivhcepn , hlpgokot , yrvvzjwq , tdkajokk , wnbzeqrq , gvoralgk , qycrunem , dipojfvm , bwmktonw , rxlesgmd , mwgsuhmp , jgagopbr , xyshcyie
Categories: Semantic Web ,
History - Technology
Comment Status: 0
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