Friday, October 14, 2005

Semantic Wikis (SemWikis), Topic Map Wikis and Semblogging

How can I couple (Topic Map-based) semblogging with SemWikis?

Would one write LTM on the wiki pages and/or use a topic map editor?

Karsten Böhm (boehm@informatik.uni-leipzig.de) kindly pointed me to some references in SemWiki land at University of Leipzig, Germany:

In addition I found:

Semantic wikimedia is a project just started (pre-alpha) coupling MediaWiki (the Wikipedia-Software) with semantics (http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Semantic_MediaWiki). AIFB Karlsruhe people have a project on a semantic MediaWiki (http://www.aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de/Projekte/viewProjektenglish?id_db=67)
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-html/2005Sep/0002.html talks inter alia about Topic Maps. I have not found more co-citing of Topic Maps and SemWikis.

They want to employ Redland as RDF backend.

There exist topic map-based wikis, z.B. Topiki (http://www.shelter.nu/blog-070.html) or TMWiki by Hendrik Thomas (http://www.topic-maps.org/)

Addition 2005-12-08:
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IkeWiki is a RDF/OWL-based rewrite of MediaWiki, based on Jena
<http://ikewiki.salzburgresearch.at/>
(Sourceforge: <https://sourceforge.net/projects/ikewiki/> )
<http://jena.sourceforge.net/>

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