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Re: SemanticBible: Linked Data (currently version alpha1)

From: Dwight Hines <dwighthines@bellsouth.net>
Date: Thu, 21 Aug 2008 15:55:21 -0400
Message-Id: <8F941864-4613-4F8C-92CB-8BFBCE1FF7CF@bellsouth.net>
Cc: public-lod@w3.org
To: Daniel Lewis <dlewis@openlinksw.com>

GeoNames Ontology related to you? And are you going to link to other  
sources, like the biology ones?
www.geonames.ontology.org/


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On Aug 21, 2008, at 12:33 PM, Daniel Lewis wrote:

>
> Hi all,
>
> I've publicly released a very early version of our Linked Data
> SemanticBible effort. I've currently versioned it "Alpha1".
>
> Our SemanticBible is a Linked Data Space for information about the
> Bible, it's currently very New Testament orientated but we have longer
> term plans to include Old Testament stuff. It started life as the
> semanticbible.com semantic web project, but we've decided to go
> further by providing it on the Linked Data Cloud.
>
> I've got an about page here:
> http://semanticbible.openlinksw.com/about/
>
> There are four "starting point" linked data URIs (which return HTML or
> RDF depending on your request):
> * http://semanticbible.openlinksw.com/bible/cgi : The Composite Gospel
> : holds information about the stories in the Gospels
> * http://semanticbible.openlinksw.com/bible/NTIndividuals :New
> Testament Individuals : holds information about people and places
> referenced in the New Testament
> * http://semanticbible.openlinksw.com/ontology/cgi : The Composite
> Gospel Ontology : the vocabulary for describing the stories in the
> Gospel
> * http://semanticbible.openlinksw.com/ontology/NTNames : The New
> Testament Names Ontology : The vocabulary for describing the people
> and places referenced in the New Testament
>
> And I've also blogged about it here:
> http://vanirsystems.com/danielsblog/2008/08/21/semanticbible-linked- 
> data-version-alpha1/
>
> Please be aware that the service may change where I'm improving and
> enhancing it. I've got plenty of things to do to it, but comments and
> feature requests are always welcome either to my openlink email or by
> skype.
>
> I look forward to hearing from some of you soon.
>
> Daniel
>
>
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