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Re: Read Write Web — Q4 Summary — 2014 [via Read Write Web Community Group]

From: Jürgen Jakobitsch <j.jakobitsch@semantic-web.at>
Date: Sat, 3 Jan 2015 00:06:52 +0100
Message-ID: <CAETaefwWzpt7Y-JCihRg1ds_CLjDPeCUELyRNGrqsycDBwSddw@mail.gmail.com>
To: Melvin Carvalho <melvincarvalho@gmail.com>
Cc: public-rww <public-rww@w3.org>
hi,

note : siocBot's code is on heroku:

heroku git:clone -a murmuring-ridge-2970

it's in alpha state but shows how easy it can be to create a bot (it is
basically only one update query)..

another bot that will publish the results of petanque [1] games as linked
data using the bbc sports ontology is about to be developed ;-)

see heroku git:clone -a protected-reef-3905

wkr j

[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P%C3%A9tanque

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2015-01-01 11:47 GMT+01:00 W3C Community Development Team <
team-community-process@w3.org>:

> Summary
> The web ponders moving further towards SSL, with the W3C TAG publishing a
> draft
> finding on how this could be more easily achieved.  There was a great
> review by
> the EFF on progress, as well as some interesting suggestions by timbl.
>
> Linked data continues it's inexorable march towards the mainstream with
> steady
> progress throughout the quarter and whole year.  Some good reviews are
> available here, here, and here.  With a look forward to what we may see in
> 2015.  A cool ontology viewer called VOWL also caught the eye.
>
> There were some more discussion regarding the HTTP PATCH verb and how it
> applies
> to data, with specs and implementations reaching readiness.  A
> comprehensive
> wishlist covering much of the future of LDP and RWW was posted by Sandro,
> as
> well as a new authentication system, called SPOT (Simple Page-Owner Token).
>
>
> Communications and Outreach
> Henry Story delivered an outstanding presentation at Scala eXchange
> conference
> in London, where he outlined the current state of play of the read write
> web and
> decentralized social web.  An overview of the project is available on
> github,
> as well as source code.
>
> Some conversations took place in the identity credentials group and open
> badges  which aims to allow writing of achievements, via badges, on
> servers, in
> images and data structures, and using digital signatures.
>
>
>
>
> Community Group
> The LDP Patch specification is now reaching readiness and I believe the
> integration into GOLD is going to happen as we speak. GOLD has also now
> integrated JSON LD.
>
> Community group has added a slack instance, which allows slightly more
> realtime
> chat, an API and many other features.
>
> A stub wiki page has been added on the concept of "nanotations", linking to
> Kingley's blog explanation, feel free to add your own examples!
>
>
> Applications
> Some initial work has started on intelligent personal assistants.  Juergen
> has
> written a sioc bot which is able to take real time conversations and
> convert
> them to linked data.  Leveraging adapters in hubot the code is available
> on git
> and was up and running in just a couple of days.
>
> I've also been working on a linked data robot that allows simple transfer
> of
> credit (aka marking) from one URI to another.  The hope is to build out a
> linked data based transfer and reputation system.  A slightly related side
> project I've started is virtual wallet, which will allow holding of web
> currencies and transfer between WebIDs, much more standards work to be done
> here...
>
>
>
>
> Last but not Least...
>
> An interesting system called webhose has been launched.  "The Webhose.io
> API -
> Easily integrate data from hundreds of thousands of global online sources:
> message boards & forums, blogs, comments, reviews, news and more".  Seems
> like
> a neat bridge to pull into your apps news from many web2.0 data sources!
>
>
>
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> 'Read Write Web — Q4 Summary — 2014'
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>
> http://www.w3.org/community/rww/2015/01/01/read-write-web-q4-summary-2014-3/
>
>
>
> Learn more about the Read Write Web Community Group:
>
> http://www.w3.org/community/rww
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>
>
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