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last updated at 2010-02-19 14:46
 
danbri: Related to webfinger
 
mhausenblas: via danja__ - thanks for pointing this out
shellac: in incubator currently.
DanC: "developed and tested using Apache Felix". What's Felix? ok, found its home...
DanC: "Apache Felix is a community effort to implement the OSGi R4 Service Platform". What's OSGi? at least this buzzword is linked...
DanC: "OSGi™ - The Dynamic Module System for Java™" umm...
 
danbri: I'm not sure how all these relate now
DanC: I've been trying grok
DanC: I've been trying grok the "Euler path detection" algorithm from Jos's code for years without luck. Maybe I can grok Euler.cs
 
danbri: Just revisiting this, happy to see it's still being actively improved
danbri: "Euler is an inference engine supporting logic based proofs. It is a backward-chaining reasoner enhanced with Euler path detection. It has implementations in Java, C#, Python, Javascript and Prolog. Via N3 it is interoperable with W3C Cwm."
DanC: quite active; I see a commit 3 hours ago
DanC: eulergui is news to me
DanC: the FAQ has an entry on the euler path detection, with reference to a research paper. I'll have to take a closer look at that.
 
warm: a virtual file system implementation based on Fuse technology and exploiting Tracker metadata technology to allow access to files according to the metadata they’re associated to.
 
warm: topic map query language
warm: also available here
 
danbri: Via Brian Kelly.
danbri: (I also wrote a report on that conference for the Times Higher Education Suppliment; however I went over the word limit before I got to the RDF bit :)
danbri: Or all slides in one page.
danbri: I like "PS: Need RDB experts in XML and RDF groups!"
 
 
 
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