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New Semantic Web Q&A Site

by Naresh Sarwan on June 22, 2010

Based on the highly successful Stack Overflow Q&A site for developers, Semantic Overflow aims to provide a community oriented portal for asking and answering questions about Semantic Web technologies.  There are currently 263 questions (at the time of writing) covering a variety of Semantic Web and metadata questions, such as:

  • Where can I find useful ontologies?
  • Most flexible Javascript framework for working with RDF?
  • Can RDF be used as the primary format for data?
  • Which resource disambiguation methodology?
  • How to model people and personas?

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