FWIW, and FYI, I posted some XML and literal-typing bugs worthwhile being mentioned to the pedanticweb group at
Details there, just for explanation: I totally do have understanding for strange/bogus triples resulting from automatic extraction from wikipedia's infoboxes
and I certainly appreciate the tremendous efforts you and your groups have made to publish that data over the past years, great job really!
However, I kindly ask you to follow two small things in your published data on dbpedia:
a) please check your exporters to produce/publish valid RDF/XML only
b) please do not publish ill-typed literals, i.e. literals with a lexical value out of the lexical space for XSD datatypes (e.g. xsd:date values in xsd:gYear typed literals)
since both these issues let common RDF tools choke.
Thanks a lot & cheers,
Dr. Axel Polleres
url: http://www.polleres.net/ twitter: AxelPolleres
Nice time to ping we'll collectively see what we can do.
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