SWeeTing reusable links in Open Data
Speaker(s) : T B Dinesh,
- Date : Monday 8 July 2013
- Schedule : 15h20
- Duration : 20 minutes
- Place : K.3.601
SWeeTs are self described semantic "tweets". We use these to help generalize tools and demonstrate how services for annotation based projects such Alipi and Indian Digital Heritage utilize these. A SWeeT is an @id type object and a set of attribute value pairs and works best when a set of simple tools are configured to a context. They also separate the messaging and the aggregation platforms. In this talk we discuss how semantic microblogs aid in building a corpus of user generated relationships that link Open Data while becoming a platform for reuse. We also discuss how a set of customizable tools and mobile phone apps have helped in this process, and present a number of applications that would have been very hard to conceptualize without this component. Applications typically see the Web as Open Data in addition to data banks of interest in a specific context.
Dinesh has Computer Science background and is a founder of Janastu (janastu.org) in Bangalore, India. Janastu has been providing free and open source (FOSS) solutions and support to small not-for-profit and non-governmental organisations (NPOs/NGOs) since 2002. This includes one-on-one consulting regarding the information management needs of the NPOs/NGOs, building their online and offline knowledge bases and providing support to their projects: designing web-sites, configuring news-filters, helping them migrate to open source solutions, localisation and Indian language issues support, geographic information collection, and necessary R&D.
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