Lars Marius Garshol has announced the availability of the Ontopia source code!
We have now started loading the Ontopia source code into Subversion over at the Ontopia Google Code project. So far, what we have is the Java source code for the product plus the tests. We also have a guide to building the code.
I have just installed the Wordpress Topic Maps plugin for WordPress and it appears to be pumping out an XTM feed quite nicely. Cool! All I need to do now is configure some PSIs for the tags (oh joy) and tidy up the display of the link a bit. The map will improve over time as I slice and dice my way through some of the static content remaining on the site.
I have finally bitten the bullet and have moved away from the predominantly static site which I have been maintaining since 2000. I decided to use WordPress as a platform due to the vast number of themes and plugins available to it as well as the ease of maintenance and hosting. I have also moved the Blogger blog into WordPress as well. Now, that didn't take long did it?Read more
As part of the open sourcing of the OKS, Ontopia have set up a mailing list.
The Ontopia mailing list is the preferred forum for any discussion of the Ontopia product and the open source project. So whether you want to discuss licensing issues, how to run the project, or how to use the software, please post to the forum.
Ontopia now have a blog dedicated to the open sourcing of their software.
This is the blog of the Ontopia project, where we will be posting news relevant to the project. Exactly how we will use the blog is not yet clear, but expect to see news of new releases and other significant developments posted here.
Robert Cerny has announced that JSON Topic Maps 1.0 is now final.
The TMRA 2009 website is now up and running.
TMRA 2009 will be the fifth event in the annual series of international conferences on Topic Maps Research and Applications. TMRA is the advanced scientific and industrial forum whose main object is connecting the key players in the Topic Maps community. Here you will find researchers and users in government and industry, as well as the vendors, the luminaries, and the standards creators gathered for an exchange of ideas in a stimulating setting.
Bouvet has announced that the will be open sourcing Ontopia's OKS. This is great news for the Topic Maps world as it will allow a lot more developers get their hands on the OKS, probably the most mature and featured Topic Maps engine currently available.Read more