As the upcoming 14th DBpedia Community Meeting, co-located with SEMANTiCS 2019 in Karlsruhe, Sep 9-12, is drawing nearer, we like to take that opportunity to introduce you to our DBpedia keynote speakers. Today’s post features an interview with Dan Weitzner from WPSemantix who talks about timbr-DBpedia, which we blogged … read more
Part VI of the DBpedia Growth Hack series (View all) DBpedia Live is a long term core project of DBpedia that immediately extracts fresh triples from all changed Wikipedia articles. After a long hiatus, fresh and live updated data is available once again, thanks to our former co-worker Lena … read more
How is data edited in Wikipedia/Wikidata? Where does it come from? And how can we synchronize it globally? The GlobalFactSync (GFS) Project — funded by the Wikimedia Foundation — started in June 2019 and has two goals: Answer the above-mentioned three questions. Build an information system to synchronize facts … read more
Join the Tutorial at the LDK Conference.
We will organize a DBpedia Tutorial at the Language, Data and Knowledge conference on 1st of September 2021 in Zaragoza, Spain.
*UPDATE* – We are now 5 weeks in our growth hack. Read on below to find out how it all started. Click here to follow up on each of our milestones. A growth hack – how come? Things have gone a bit quiet around DBpedia. No new releases, no … read more
After a very successful LDK conference May 20th-21st, representatives of the European DBpedia community met at Villa Ida Mediencampus, on Thursday, May 23rd, to present their work with DBpedia and to exchange about the DBpedia Databus.
With the advent of digital technologies, an ever-increasing amount of language data is now available across various application areas and industry sectors, thus making language data more and more valuable. In that context, we would like to draw your attention to the 2nd Language, Data and Knowledge conference, short LDK … read more
Pinky: Gee, Brain, what are we gonna do this year? Brain: The same thing we do every year, Pinky. Taking over GSoC. Exactly what DBpedia plans to do this summer. We have been accepted as one of 206 open source organizations to participate in Google Summer of Code (GSoC) again. Yes, … read more
After our meetups in Poland and France last year, we delighted the Czech DBpedia community with a DBpedia meetup. It was co-located with the XML Prague conference on February 7th, 2019. First and foremost, we would like to thank Jirka Kosek (University of Economics, Prague), Milan Dojchinovski (AKSW/KILT, Czech … read more