I was going to call this “Citation in a ‘like’ button world” but I’ve heard that more serious titles get more attention. Ahem.
Anyway, I was in a session at the Linked Open Data - Libraries and Museums unconference (LOD-LAM) yesterday on citation. It was a wide-ranging session, as unconferences…
rel=”logo” is a proposed standard for serving and maintaining up-to-date logos for use in various media. By including a line of code on your site that links to a scalable vector logo, you make it very easy for other websites, applications, readers, clients, and stations to ensure that they are using an approved logo directly from you. rel=”logo” is a link relation tag, much like commonly used icon tags favicon or apple-touch-icon.
Logo-only seems such a waste - there is other, basic information (address, contact, etc.) that really needs to be part of something like this.
OpenPhoto launches iPhone app
We welcomed the OpenPhoto project to WebFWD after their successful Kickstarter campaign last year. As an open source photo platform to help Dropbox and other cloud storage users share, organize and enjoy their photos, they have made significant progress.
Today marks a major milestone for them team: launching their iPhone app!
Triplify provides a building block for the “semantification” of Web applications. Triplify is a small plugin for Web applications, which reveals the semantic structures encoded in relational databases by making database content available as RDF, JSON or Linked Data.
Triplify is very lightweight: It consists of only a few files with less than 500 lines of code. For a typical Web application a configuration for Triplify can be created in less than one hour and if this Web application is deployed multiple times (as most open-source Web applications are), the configuration can be reused without modifications.