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Re: ORG ontology implementation reports

From: Dave Reynolds <dave.e.reynolds@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 07 Sep 2013 15:33:52 +0100
Message-ID: <522B3950.4090000@gmail.com>
To: James McKinney <james@opennorth.ca>
CC: public-gld-comments@w3.org
Hi James,

Many thanks for the report. I've noted that in the implementations page.

Cheers,
Dave

On 06/09/13 02:04, James McKinney wrote:
> The Organization ontology is reused by the Popolo specification: http://popoloproject.com/specs/organization.html Several groups have adopted Popolo in their software projects, and have thus implemented the Organization ontology:
>
> 1. http://popoloproject.com/
> James McKinney
> Executive Director
> Open North Inc.
> Uses the Organization ontology as part of a specification for legislative data
>
> 2. https://github.com/opencivicdata/pupa
> James Turk (along with Paul Tagliamonte and Thom Neale)
> Sunlight Labs Developer
> Sunlight Foundation
> Uses Popolo within a Python framework for managing legislative data
>
> I can point you to repositories that use this framework to aggregate legislative data from across the web.
>
> 3. https://github.com/mysociety/popit-api
> Edmund von der Burg (along with Matthew Somerville)
> Developer
> mySociety Limited
> Uses Popolo within a Node.js app to create, store and share key facts about people, especially their job titles, photo, contact details and career histories
>
> See http://popit.mysociety.org/ for data access.
>
> 4. https://github.com/openpolis/django-popolo
> Guglielmo Celata
> Chief Technology Strategist and Main Developer
> Openpolis
> Uses Popoli within a Django app, that can be used as a component of a larger Django project
>
> Cheers,
>
> --
> James McKinney
> Open North
> +1.514.247.0223
> http://opennorth.ca/
>
>
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