DBpedia Blog

DBpedia’s New Website

Summary

We are proud to announce the completion of the new DBpedia website. We used the New Year’s break as an opportunity to alter layout, design and content of the DBpedia website, according to the requirements of the DBpedia community and DBpedia members. We’ve created a new site to better present the DBpedia movement in its many facets.

New Website and Blog

The DBpedia team have diligently cleaned up the website, have removed outdated content and created a platform for new tools, applications, services and data sets. We additionally integrated the DBpedia blog on the website, a long overdue step. So now, you have access to all in one spot.

Member Presentation Page

As part of the professionalisation, we have created a profile for every DBpedia Association member. We intend to provide much better visibility and acknowledgement to our member organisation on the website. With these changes, we will strengthen the DBpedia Association to receive our new goals. As a result of our joint efforts, we expect DBpedia to become a backbone for Linked Data and Knowledge Graphs in a combined public and economic way. If you want to profit from exclusive benefits and shape the development of DBpedia, please get in touch with us via dbpedia@infai.org or request membership material here.

Feedback Button

Feedback from the community and members is very important to us. So, we offer a tool for you, to make your voice heard. Just click the feedback button on each site. If you find the content helpful, please click on Yep. If you think the content is not sufficient, please report to us either directly on the website or via dbpedia@infai.org.

On the new DBpedia website we installed a feeback button. Click either yep or not quite helpful.

Acknowledgment

The DBpedia Association would like to thank Bettina Klimek, Henri Selbmann (Seefeuer GbR) and the KILT Competence Center at InfAI for their constant support to create the new DBpedia webpage.

Have fun browsing our new website. Stay safe and check Twitter, LinkedIn and our Website or subscribe to our Newsletter for the latest news and information.

In the coming weeks we will publish another blog post. We will take a closer look at the new website, highlight important subpages and new features.

Yours,

DBpedia Association

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