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The SemWeb Locationary Returns

From: Pipian <pipian@pipian.com>
Date: Mon, 28 May 2007 16:16:51 -0600
Message-Id: <AF44B26F-D58F-460B-93F1-40828E6DC663@pipian.com>
To: semantic-web@w3.org

Some of you may have noticed that, in the past few months, the  
Semantic Web Locationary (http://www.pipian.com/rdf/places/) has been  
down, with a curt message to the effect that it would return at a  
later date.  I am proud to announce that I have finally finished  
revising it, such that it now depends more closely on the data at  
GeoNames, and is much more interoperable with it (to the point that  
it shares the geonameids).

It's still very much under construction, but it does feature a few  
things that Geonames does not (notably built-in search and  
administrative-subdivision codes, rather than relying on separate  
search services, as well as built-in nearest-airport data).

Feel free to tool around with it and leave me feedback.


Ian Jacobi
Received on Monday, 28 May 2007 22:17:23 UTC

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