Room RB210 at 10:00–13:30 on February 7 – organized by Milan Dojchinovski, Julia Holze, Sebastian Hellmann and Tomáš Kliegr
The DBpedia meetup is a great opportunity to meet DBpedia Community as well as the core DBpedia dev team, DBpedia developers and users. It will feature a full day of discussions about Open Data, Linked Data Technologies and the most recent technological advancements around DBpedia (i.e. DBpedia databus). It will provide a unique opportunity to mingle with experts with comprehensive knowledge in areas such as knowledge graphs and Linked Data and explore synergies between the XML and DBpedia enthusiasts.
Opening and Hands-on Session
This session is for people who want to learn about DBpedia. We will give an overview of DBpedia’s strategy and development in the past years. We will present the new DBpedia Databus as well the DBpedia release circle. We will also show how to mix-match DBpedia and XML.
Tell us what cool things you do with DBpedia.
At the meetup, you will learn about DBpedia – its goals, the development and release strategy. There will be a tutorial which will illustrate how you can work with DBpedia and mix-match DBpedia and XML. During the sessions, we will present several selected showcases which will highlight the benefits of using and working with DBpedia. If you have an interesting project or data set to share, please get in touch with Milan Dojchinovski firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DBpedia meetup will enable interested parties to learn about the advancements of the largest Linked Open Data repository in existence – let them inspire you or contribute yourself towards shaping further progress among DBpedia enthusiasts!
Please see more detailed schedule here.