[open-bibliography] openbiblio/ordf source code and documentation
william.waites at okfn.org
Sun May 23 15:23:34 BST 2010
There have been a few requests for source code and such, so writing here
to clarify. Firstly, please be aware that this is software under heavy
and there are no guarantees of stability of either form or function.
any feedback, collaboration, patches, etc. are most welcome.
The core bits are in a python library called ORDF. The source code is in the
mercurial repository at http://knowledgeforge.net/pdw/ordf . This also
is generic machinery for displaying, editing and indexing RDF and is not
specific to bibliographic data.
There is also some documentation at http://bibliographica.org/docs/ordf the
first two chapters of which (on some design considerations and use of N3 and
the lens metaphor) which may be of interest generally. The balance of the
ORDF docs are more technical dealing with the software itself.
The web application that runs on http://bibliographica.org/ is available
mercurial repository at http://knowledgeforge.net/pdw/openbiblio this builds
on ORDF and contains the bits that are specific to bibliographic data --
actually not much at the present juncture.
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