I'm very interested in the following-up post ;-)
First part of a series dedicated to the current state and possible future of the Vocabulary Commons. Feedback welcome from all gardeners and stakeholders lurking here ...
The philosophy of LOV in a nutshell is the Philosophy of the Commons. This is actually consubstantial with the Semantic Web, and with the Web, and before the Web to the whole history of human knowledg...
HiNo surprise ... and maybe you are wondering if you will be quoted among the (good) LOV Commons gardeners ... In any case I will look forward for your feedback!
well I don't think so, since the majority of the ontologies where I am a co-author are lacking a bit of the "community support" and utilisation in datasets (since they are not backed by a big funding project or other similar things to raise huge attention ;) ).
Point taken, but I'm not sure things are that simple and that big money is the only key to popularity and re-use. Anyway it figures we will need another post in the series to investigate the reasons of re-use.
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