Tag Archives: linked data

Using RDFAlchemy together with RDFLib’s SPARQLStore to query DBPedia and process resources in OO way

I’ve been searching for interesting ways to manipulate RDF graphs in Python, to create an application that would handle Linked Data Resources in an OO-way, i.e. using Python classes and not tables/sets/lists of triples. The data will be persisted in … Continue reading

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Qu’est-ce que le Linked Data

Voici une traduction en français d’un court document introductif au Linked Data, originellement écrit par Luca Matteis : http://www-public.telecom-sudparis.eu/~berger_o/linkeddatawhat/whatislinkeddata.html Bonne lecture.

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Publishing RDF views for tastypie/django resources

Here’s some documentation about a hack I’ve been working on to allow publication of RDF views for Tastypie resources (in Django applications). While working on implementing support for RDF meta-data for descriptions of Debian packages for the Debian Package Tracking … Continue reading

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Experimenting with Linked Open Data about FLOSS projects : matching Debian upstream projects

I’ve been experimenting with Linked Open Data about FLOSS projects harvested from different sources of DOAP or ADMS.SW descriptions. I’ve tried and match upstream projects of Debian packages with upstream projects hosted at Apache, Gnome, or Alioth.debian.org, or catalogued on … Continue reading

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New paper “Authoritative linked data descriptions of debian source packages using ADMS.SW” accepted at OSS 2013

I’ll be presenting “Authoritative linked data descriptions of debian source packages using ADMS.SW” at OSS 2013. Here’s the abstract : The Debian Package Tracking System is a Web dashboard for Debian contributors and advanced users. This central tool publishes the … Continue reading

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RDF development in PHP with a PostGreSQL triple store thanks to the LibRDF OO wrapper for redland/librdf

Redland/librdf offers powerful features like being able to persist an RDF model to a relational database (only PostGreSQL seems to work on my setup with 1.0.16, but I may have misconfigured it). You can then do SPARQL queries over the … Continue reading

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The Debian Package Tracking System now publishes Turtle RDF meta-data

The Debian PTS now speaks the Turtle representation format for the export of RDF meta-data about Debian source packages. Alongside HTML pages for humans, and the RDF/XML that had already been added to it this means that a new flavour … Continue reading

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Debian Package Tracking System now produces RDF description of source packages

Here’s a second post on the subject of RDF descriptions for Debian source packages (see the previous post for some context). From now on, the Debian Package Tracking System (PTS) will produce, alongside HTML pages meant for humans, RDF pages … Continue reading

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Generating RDF description of Debian package sources with ADMS.SW

Edit : I’ve now managed to roll out my contribution which is now in production on packages.qa.debian.org. See a later post I’ve made on the subject, and beware that the generated RDF has changed a bit also. ADMS.SW proposes specifications … Continue reading

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Dynamically querying external (sub) projects properties with RDF in FusionForge

I’ve been working recently on two plugins for FusionForge. The work is somehow a POC for some COCLICO dynamic interoperability work-package, but some outcomes may actually be of use someday in real life, who knows The first plugin is called … Continue reading

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Intervention au prochain séminaire IRILL : Bug tracking à grande échelle et interopérabilité des outils de développement dans l’écosystème FLOSS

Je suis intervenu au séminaire Logiciel Libre et Programmation de l’IRILL, le jeudi 09/06 à 15h45. Titre de l’exposé : Bug tracking à grande échelle et interopérabilité des outils de développement dans l’écosystème FLOSS Résumé : L’écosystème du logiciel libre … Continue reading

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Qu’est-ce que OSLC (Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration) ?

Ce qui suit est une traduction en français que j’ai réalisée pour les sections d’introduction aux spécifications d’OSLC Core. Je pense qu’elles donnent quelques informations générales sur ce qu’est le standard OSLC, qui seront éventuellement utiles aux non-anglophones. Bien-sûr cette … Continue reading

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My report after the BOF on distributed bugtrackers at DebConf

Here are my notes about the very insteresting BOF on distributed bugtrackers held at DebConf This is just some elements of report (some taken from the gobby edits, and written down by me after watching the video (unfortunately missing 2 … Continue reading

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