[Xesam] An open-source project for desktop ontology maintenance
Philip Van Hoof
spam at pvanhoof.be
Tue May 5 02:14:00 PDT 2009
On Tue, 2009-05-05 at 09:28 +0300, Urho Konttori wrote:
> I would definitely like to keep Nepomuk as the ontology name. It is
> already a name that has a lot of backing from high valu players :
> Nepomuk is the only viable foundation for semantic desktop ontology.
> Nepomuk namespace is already in use in KDE.
> Now, as to the OSCAF foundation maintaining the ontology, freedesktop,
> w3c, whatnot, I would also really prefer that there would be one
> ontology that is being pointed to. Having said that, we need to be able
> to make changes to the ontogy in faster pace than it has seemed to be
> happening recently.
One particular set of changes of which I believe another free software
project, Akonadi, might be affected are the changes that we did to
Nepomuk's Message Ontology.
You can find it here:
The changes are marked with "# FIXME Extension requested in Nepomuk"
I made a few samples on how to use this ontology here:
Given the impact on NMO I think these ontology changes require special
attention. The people to get in touch with about these changes are me,
Ivan Frade and Evgeny Egorochkin by the way.
Philip Van Hoof, freelance software developer
home: me at pvanhoof dot be
gnome: pvanhoof at gnome dot org
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