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  • This document specifies an Internet standards track protocol for the Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions for improvements. Please refer to the current edition of the “Internet Official Protocol Standards” (STD 1) for the standardization state and status of this protocol. Distribution of this memo is unlimited.
  • (tags: OAuth)
  • This specification describes AtomTriples, a set of Atom extension elements for embedding RDF statements in Atom documents (both element and feed), and declaring how they can be derived from existing content.
    (tags: RDF Atom IETF)
  • (tags: W3C OWL Atom)
  • AtomOwl is an ontology whose aim is to capture the semantics of rfc4287. RFC4287 is a format to syndicate online content, such as weblogs, podcasts, videocasts, etc. Syndication is a helpful way to alert interested readers to changes to a web site, be it to new content or changed content.

    As AtomOwl captures the semantics of rfc4287 it is easy to convert rfc4287 feeds to AtomOwl statements and thus add them to a triple database, which can the be queried using a SPARQL endpoint. This should then help make very powerful searched for updated content possible.

    Atom being built on RDF is very easily extensible. It meshes very well with other Ontologies such as foaf or sioc.

    (tags: OWL Atom)
  • The code to produce the ontology for atom is placed in this subversion repository, so as to keep historical track of changes to it. This is continuation of the work that was inspired by Atom in Owl by Danny Ayers, then further developed on the bblfish web site. All code in this subdirectory is licenced under a BSD licence.
    (tags: OWL Atom)
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