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My presentations at fOSSa 2010

I’ve delivered 2 presentations at fOSSa 2010 in Grenoble, about : Bug tracking at large scale, reporting on some of our efforts in project HELIOS (see details here) Summer of code-like programs for involvment of students in FLOSS projects, replacing … Continue reading

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First release (0.1) of a far from complete OSLC-CM V1 demo server

We’re working on implementing a demo/test server for the OSLC-CM V1 protocol, in order to help test client tools. We’ve released (under a BSD license) a first 0.1 preliminary version that only supports GET queries, that’ll lead the way to … Continue reading

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First webcast of a demonstrator of our bug ontology’s use

We have setup, as part of our work in Helios, a very early demonstrator of a database of RDF facts about bugs in several distributions (currently Debian and Mandriva), in order to try and validate the Ontology describing bugs that … Continue reading

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I’ll be speaking about bugs, Helios, fetchbugs4.me at OSDC.fr

I’ll be giving a speech on Saturday about our efforts in Helios to foster interoperability between bugtrackers and bugs modeling on the Semantic Web : Bugtracking sur le web sémantique. See you in La cité des Sciences in Paris Saturday … Continue reading

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First Bugzilla triplify prototype released to validate ontologies for RDF (Linked Data for bugs)

In the course of trying to propose Semantic Web ontologies that would suite the needs of the free software maintainers, in the frame of Helios, here’s another step. We’ve just released a first prototype of the use of triplify to … Continue reading

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RDF from Debian bugs demonstrator online

I’ve blogged often about our efforts around RDF and UDD in recent times. This time, we have used triplify to export contents of some tables of the Debian UDD database to provide information about Debian bugs facts as RDF feeds … Continue reading

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2 presentations about Helios, Semantic Web, bugs, etc. at RMLL 2009

In the “Development” track of the recent LSM/RMLL 2009, we (Stephane Laurière and me) have presented two related speeches, about the use of Semantic Web technology in the frame of Open Source projects development. Stéphane presented SWIM : Semantic Web … Continue reading

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after debbugs, bts-link works now over mantis…

… well, at least on my machine The goal is to be able to track remote bugs with bts-link even for your own list of (private) bugs that are not in debbugs (see also prevous post about this idea we … Continue reading

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Extending bts-link beyond debbugs (starting with mantis)

We want to be able to extend bts-link (or -like services) so that bugs linked between different bugtrackers can be linked to each-other and the status changes monitored, as part of our tasks in Helios (see LinkedBugsMonitoring). We’ll probably try … Continue reading

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Helios day 1

Just a quick message to announce the start of Helios project, whose kick-off occurred yesterday in THALES premises in Palaiseau. The team is enthuisastic, I think, and I hope we’ll be able to provide usefull integrated tools for Application Lifecycle … Continue reading

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