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Open source release of "Stralo", a new Linked Data platform

From: Bram Biesbrouck <bram.biesbrouck@reinvention.be>
Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2017 19:08:31 +0200
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To: public-lod@w3.org
Hi all,

I'm new to this mailing list, so please allow me to say hi to everyone
reading this. I'm Bram, a Belgian developer and (small) business owner,
fascinated by Linked Data.

I'm reaching out to you because we have just released a new Linked Data
software suite called "Stralo" as open source to Github and we're dying to
get some feedback on it. We've been developing Stralo for the last 2-3
years, so it's quite extensive, but "we" is only three people, so don't
expect it to be polished, shiny and shimmering just yet.

We're into video technology, so together with the source code, we launched
the website stralo.com where we'll group all project activity, together
with some nice explainer videos.

We'd love to see Stralo grow, be tried out and picked at by other
developers. The code is 100% open source and released under a
commercial-friendly license. It's business model is as open as possible,
with sponsored coding sprints, support and training sessions, so we,
together with others, can make it bigger and better.

The links:
- the main website: http://www.stralo.com/
- the main source code:
https://github.com/republic-of-reinvention/com.stralo.site
- the list of modules: https://github.com/republic-of-reinvention
- the mailing list:
https://groups.google.com/a/stralo.com/forum/#!forum/users

*If you like our project or you're convinced it might be interesting to
others, please blog/tweet/post about it or forward this mail. It'd be very
cool if you helped building the Stralo community with us.*

All the best,

b.
<http://www.reinvention.be> *We do video technology*
Visit our new website! <http://www.reinvention.be> *Bram Biesbrouck*
bram.biesbrouck@reinvention.be
+32 486 118280 <0032%20486%20118280>
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