To All: the correct URL for XSLT script is: http://sw.deri.org/svn/sw/2005/08/sioc/xslt/feed-sioc.xsl
Welcome and thanks for spotting mistake in the URL of XSLT script. The
URL I posted above should work ok.
> I have recently started working with SIOC and I am very interested in
> converting Feeds to SIOC. My name is Luis and I am working on a
> Semantic enhanced blog search engine for my master Thesis. My master
> Thesis coordinator is Juan Miguel Gomez who sent you (Uldis) an email
> and were working for deri before coming back to Madrid.
You have picked an interesting topic. I received Juan's email that you
mention, sorry if I have been slow with replies, this has been a very
busy time. Welcome to ask anything that you need to know and best copy
your questions to the list so that others have an opportunity to reply.
SIOC project site [ http://sioc-project.org ] should be a good
introduction. We are also working on more tools that work with SIOC
and, as discussed on SIOC-Dev earlier on, applications that can consume
SIOC data are what we need now.
> I am trying to read as much as possible about SIOC, Ontologies,
> SPARQL... and I can see how much work you have spent on it.
Thanks. There is a solid basis now, but there's much more work that can
In terms of work to be done - data export part is built for WordPress,
Drupal and some other CMS engines, but even then more SIOC
plugins/exporters need to be created. If anyone know of a CMS / blog /
bulletin board engine that 'd benefit from SIOC export, please go ahead
and create SIOC plugin for it. There is a SIOC API for PHP that you may
We have got a development server now where we shall be able to
experiment with SIOC w/o impact on main SIOC site and services. A SIOC
search engine would be one thing I'd like to see working. If you have
more ideas about applications to build for SIOC, please write.
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