Pinky: Gee, Brain, what are we gonna do this year?Brain: Wear a mask, keep our distance, and do the same thing we do every year, Pinky. Taking over GSoC2021. For the 10th year in a row, we have been accepted to be part of this incredible program to support … read more
With 45 project proposals, this GSoC edition marked a new record for DBpedia. Oh, what a year! For the 9th year in a row, we were part of this incredible journey of young ambitious developers who joined us as an open source organization to work on a GSoC coding … read more
James: Sherry with the soup, yes… Oh, by the way, the same procedure as last year, Miss Sophie? Miss Sophie: Same procedure as every year, James. …and we are proud of it. We are very grateful to be accepted as an open-source organization in this years’ Google Summer of … read more
Join the Tutorial at the Knowledge Graph Conference!
We took the opportunity to organize a DBpedia Tutorial at the Knowledge Graph Conference 2021 on May 4, 2021.
Pinky: Gee, Brain, what are we gonna do this year? Brain: The same thing we do every year, Pinky. Taking over GSoC. And, this is exactly what we did. We had been accepted as one of 206 open source organizations to participate in Google Summer of Code (GSoC) again. … 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
With all the beta-testing, the evaluations of the community survey part I and part II and the preparations for the Semantics 2018 we lost almost sight of telling you about the final results of GSoC 2018. Following we present you a short recap of this year’s students and projects … read more
This year’s GSoC is slowly coming to an end with final evaluations already being submitted. In order to bridge the waiting time until final results are published, we like to draw your attention to a former project and great tool that was developed during last years’ GSoC. Meet the DBpedia … read more
Supporting young and aspiring developers has always been part of DBpedia‘s philosophy. Through various internships and collaborations with programmes such as Google Summer of Code, we were able to not only meet aspiring developers but also establish long-lasting relationships with these DBpedians ensuring a sustainable progress for and with DBpedia. For 6 … read more
Can you believe ..? … that it has already been eleven years since the first DBpedia dataset was released? Eleven years of development, improvements and growth, and now, 13 billion pieces of information are comprised in our last DBpedia release. We want to take this opportunity to send out … read more