The PURL Open Source Software community site at purlz.org has been migrated from Zepheira’s servers to Google Code. Accordingly, the mailing lists hosted at purlz.org are also migrating to a Google Group. The purlz.org DNS domain will redirect to the Google Code site. The new Google Group that replaces the mailing lists is: http://groups.google.com/group/persistenturls. Please subscribe! […]
Zepheira will be presenting two papers at the W3C RDF Next Step Workshop on the future of RDF on June 26-27, 2010. The goal of the workshop is to gather feedback from the Semantic Web community on whether and in which direction RDF should evolve. Zepheira will present a new RESTful RDF Store API supporting […]
Callimachus is a Semantic Web framework for easily building hyperlinked Web applications. Callimachus allows Web authors to quickly and easily create Semantically-enabled Web applications with a minimal knowledge of Semantic Web principles or experience building other Web applications. Callimachus uses RDFa as both a query language and display template to make it quick and easy […]
The U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) has announced the development and hosting of new Persistent URL (PURL) architecture by Zepheira.
The National Center for Biomedical Ontology and Zepheira are pleased to announce work on a PURL Federation. A PURL Federation will allow multiple PURL service operators to cooperate in PURL resolutions, covering for each other in the case of service outages and allowing the persistent resolution of PURLs as funding levels and organizational details change with time.
Zepheira Partner David Wood will co-chair a W3C Workshop on the future of RDF sometime in the summer of 2010 with Stefan Decker of DERI and Ivan Herman of the W3C. The goal of the workshop is to gather feedback from the Semantic Web community on whether and in which direction RDF should evolve. Participants will discuss a possible revision of the 2004 RDF Recommendation (tentatively called RDF 2.0).
At the annual National Science Distributed Learning conference sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), participants learned how JES & Co.’s Achievement Standards Network (ASN) framework is being used by Australia’s Curriculum Corporation in an effort to link educational resource data globally. Zepheira partner David Wood and contractor James Leigh worked with JES to develop a reusable, Open Source editor for Resource Description Framework content as a key portion of this work.
Zepheira announces Callimachus, an Open Source Software project to allow Semantic Web applications to be easily made by Web authors.
Zepheira partners Eric Miller and David Wood will be speaking at the Dublin Core 2009 Conference in Seoul, Republic of Korea 12-16 October 2009.