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SKOS tools (was ANN: Skosify 0.1)

From: Antoine Isaac <aisaac@few.vu.nl>
Date: Tue, 04 Oct 2011 14:04:14 +0200
Message-ID: <4E8AF63E.8030106@few.vu.nl>
To: public-esw-thes@w3.org
Hi everyone,

Shamelessly returning to a thread from 4 months ago...

This is just to say that while preparing a SKOS tutorial, I realized that it was still difficult to have a comprehensive overview of the SKOS tools that are around.

So I've given a try and added some links (some from this thread) to the SKOS wiki on the W3C site:

This is meant to be really open: anyone can get edit the pages there. So if I've made some approximations, please feel free to fix them!
Also, if you have a tool that is not listed there, you can create your own entry!
on how to do it.



> On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 10:03 AM, Osma Suominen<osma.suominen@tkk.fi>  wrote:
>> On 26.05.2011 15:46, Jim McCusker wrote:
>>> Do you handle any of the restrictions?
>>> I also convert restrictions of the form "x prop some values of y" into
>>> "x prop y". Unions like (x subclassof union( y,z)) becomes (y
>>> skos:broader x. z skos:broader x) and intersections like (x subclassof
>>> intersection(y,z)) become (x skos:broader y,z).
>> Ah, no, I didn't notice this when I looked at your code. Skosify won't do
>> any of this, although it wouldn't be too hard to add as long as the
>> algorithm is straightforward, which appears to be the case.
>>> I'd be happy to merge projects with you regardless. This was a weekend
>>> hack that got out of control for me. :-)
>> Patches welcome :) The implementation languages are different so merging the
>> code is perhaps not feasible. But the approaches in the code seem to be very
>> similar (old-fashioned procedural RDF mangling, not any fancy rule engine
>> stuff) so translating from one codebase to another shouldn't be hard.
>> -Osma
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>> Osma Suominen | Osma.Suominen@tkk.fi | +358 40 5255 882
>> Aalto University, Department of Media Technology, Semantic Computing
>> Research Group
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>> Finland
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