Nov 2010: This proposal has been accepted: Results email . Abstract Jena is a semantic web framework for Java, based on W3C standards. Proposal Jena provides a semantic web framework in Java that implements the key W3C recommendations for the core semantic web technologies of RDF and SPARQL.
This Week in HTML5 – Episode 38 Welcome back to "This Week in HTML 5," where I'll try to summarize the major activity in the ongoing standards process in the WHATWG and W3C HTML Working Group. This week, there were some more refinements to microdata. r4139 changes the names of the DOM properties that reflect microdata markup. r4140 renames the content property to itemValue Since no browser has actually implemented this API yet, these changes shouldn't make any difference. Standards are like sex; one mistake, and you're stuck supporting it forever! r4141 and r4147 fix up some microdata examples, in particular this example from Gavin Carothers about marking up O'Reilly's book catalog. Hooray for real-world examples!
Abstract This specification defines the HTML microdata mechanism. This mechanism allows machine-readable data to be embedded in HTML documents in an easy-to-write manner, with an unambiguous parsing model.
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In a prior post, I withdrew my support for all eInk devices as being detrimental to the development of eBooks. Let me go further and repeat what I have been stating on Twitter : It is so. All eBooks — so-called — are right now nothing more than a lightly tarted-up text dump into a specific electronic container.
In the first part i talked about the characteristics on which the Semantic Web is built. Now I'll introduce a couple of standards tools that support those characteristics. The Standards and Tools i’ll cover are: RDF Sparql RDFa