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Stéphane Corlosquet
Attended DERI, NUI Galway, Ireland
Lived in Brest, France
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Live conversation with three major Drupal contributors: Lee Rowlands, Tim Plunket, and Daniel Wehner about what's going on in Drupal 8 and how you will benefit from the all the new stuff. Join us for a live Hangout on Air (you'll be able to watch it on the event page) and bring your questions.

Since we're attempting to have a live conversation between 2 people in Germany, one in San Francisco, and one in Australia, the timing may or may not be good for you. 

The good news is that there will be a video of the whole thing on YouTube for those of you unable to join in live.
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Two weeks ago at #io13   Google announced support for JSON-LD in email markup. Today at #semtechbizsf  the Schema.org partner organizations collectively announced their enthusiasm for the new format. Whichever format you choose, its the schema that really matters in the end.
We'd like to take a minute to share our enthusiasm for some recent work at W3C: JSON-LD. Schema.org is all about shared vocabulary - it helps integrate data across applications, Web sites and data formats. We are adding JSON-...
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owl:equivalentClass helps to use well established ontologies such as FOAF.
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Just came across this SPARQL database server for the first time: meronymy.com - has anyone heard of it or tried it? #rdf
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first tim I hear about this! Any feebacks would be really welcome.
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nice slow motion cat jump. wondering what height this cat jumped, but seems quite high.
 
Epic action hero cat is... epic. via +Ryan Block
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I think the original is here けしからん猫の垂直跳びには敵わない。 NOTHING CAN RIVAL THE JUMPING CAT! =P. And the highest altitud was 196cm =P
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I've enabled the schema.org module for Drupal on http://definitivedrupal.org/. See a few pages in Google's Rich Snippets testing tool:
- +Jacine Luisi 's profile http://goo.gl/A7JUs
- +Moshe Weitzman 's profile http://goo.gl/LZEJt
- List of events http://goo.gl/SJBXS

HOWTOs are on drupal.org:

- Person: http://drupal.org/node/1351214
- Listing of events: http://drupal.org/node/1351084

There is also a step by step screencast at http://www.vimeo.com/29821887
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+Sheldon Rampton explains how to build websites using schema.org and Drupal. Use the schemas definitions to build content templates for your site, and feed these schemas right back at the search engines!

Screencast: Schema.org and Entity Fields Builder Blog: http://nuams.com/blog/entity-fields-builder-module-reaches-10-release
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Permanent Identifiers for the Web, Project Launches

http://manu.sporny.org/2013/perma-id/

Web applications that deal with data on the web often need to specify and use URLs that are very stable. They utilize services such as purl.org to ensure that applications using their URLs will always be re-directed to a working website. These “permanent URL” redirection services operate kind of like a switchboard, connecting requests for information with the true location of the information on the Web. These switchboards can be reconfigured to point to a new location if the old location stops working.

How Does it Work?

If the concept sounds a bit vague... read more here:

http://manu.sporny.org/2013/perma-id/

 #w3c #permaid
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Fascinating. Read the announcement but I'm having trouble imagining use cases.
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New RDFa parser for Java passing 100% of the RDFa 1.1 tests. highly performant, small memory footprint, runs seamlessly on Android and Google App Engine. Written by +Lev Khomich 
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Looks like @github is already using the new RDFa Lite 'prefix' attribute in HTML5 e.g https://github.com/jquery/jquery - that's actually what http://ogp.me/ recommends too. #rdfa #html5 #ogp
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Great :)
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Excellent new resource from the RDFa community provides an on-ramp to developers wanting to use Linked Data in HTML pages. With even more coolness to be announced soon!

http://semanticweb.com/new-resource-for-web-developers-announced-add-linked-data-to-html_b28813
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