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Re: Semantically-annotated Markdown ?

From: apoliade pop <alain.couillault@apoliade.com>
Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2020 13:52:46 +0100
To: public-schemaorg@w3.org
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Hi,

I do not know to what extent this helps, but in NLP we use annotation 
tools like Brat or Webano. And since you are in France, there is new 
product on the market https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2vSH0S6ZkY which 
I can connect you to

Alain

Le 20/02/2020 à 13:26, Thomas Francart a écrit :
> Hello schema.org <http://schema.org> community
>
> I was recently asked by someone how he could insert semantic markup in 
> HTML pages generated from Markdown source files. Does anyone know of a 
> Markdown extension, and a markdown processor, capable of inserting 
> either JSON-LD, RDFa or Microdata in the generated HTML ?
>
> If this doesn't exist, we should really invent "semantic markdown" ! 
> Ideas of such markup could be :
>
> Inline annotation :
> ```
> Tomorrow I am travelling to _Berlin_ {.schema:Place}
> ```
>
> Title annotation :
> ```
> ### European Semantic Web Conference {.schema:Event}
> ```
>
> Entity description :
> ```
> ### Specifications Meeting {.schema:Event}
>
> * Date{.schema:startDate} : 11/10
> * Place{.schema:location} : Our office, Street name, 75014 Paris
> * Meeting participants{.schema:attendee} :
>   * Thomas Francart{.schema:Person}
>   * [Someone Else With a URI](https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q80)
> ```
>
> Best Regards
> Thomas
>
> -- 
> *
> *
> *Thomas Francart* -*SPARNA*
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