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If you’re anywhere near Oxford on the weekend of the 11-12th July, and are interested in parsing, querying and manipulating RDF(a) in a browser, come along to the rdfQuery Dazzle (hack days). The official page lists some of the things we might work on:
- Applications: widgets, adding to existing RDFa sites
- Core development: documentation, packaging, microformats, named graphs, and ontologies
- Interfaces: Talis change markup, N3 and Turtle, and SPARQL
It’s free to attend, you can come for either or both days, and refreshments, entertainment and wifi will be provided, so register now!