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Re: Yahoo RDFa enahced results example

From: Eugenio Tacchini <eugenio@favoriti.it>
Date: Mon, 05 Oct 2009 15:32:38 +0200
To: public-lod@w3.org
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At 17.03 27/09/2009 +0200, Martin Hepp (UniBW) wrote:
>Hi Eugenio:
>
> >I think I'm missing the point, Yahoo announced the first support 
> for microformats more or less one year and half ago, and for RDFa 
> one year 
> ago >(<http://developer.yahoo.net/blog/archives/2008/09/searchmonkey 
> _support_for_rdfa_enabled.html>http://developer.yahoo.net/blog/archives/2008/09/searchmonkey_support_for_rdfa_enabled.html 
> ), am I >wrong?
>
>Yahoo announced the support for RDFa in the SearchMonkey index last autumn.
>
>That meant, they started crawling RDFa on the basis of a set of 
>selected vocabularies (foaf, sioc, goodrelations, ...)
>and make the resulting meta-data available for Yahoo-internal and 
>other applications via
>the extra SearchMonkey index.
>
>Since then, application developers have been able to access that 
>index for their own software or build own search engines with the 
>Yahoo BOSS framework.

[...]

Hi Martin, thanks a lot for your detailed explanation; I will try to 
play with searchmonkey ASAP. I'm also the webmaster of an Italian Web 
site that sells event tickets and downloadable music and I would like 
to apply goodrelations to it.

Cheers,


Eugenio
Received on Monday, 5 October 2009 13:33:29 UTC

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