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
This year, DBpedia will participate for the sixth time in a row in the Google Summer of Code program (GSoC). We are regularly growing our community through GSoC and are currently looking for students who want to join us for a summer of coding. Read below for further details about GSoC and how … 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
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.
One lightning event after the other. Just four weeks after our Amsterdam Community Meeting, we crossed the Atlantic for the third time to meet with over 110 US-based DBpedia enthusiasts. This time, the DBpedia Community met in Cupertino, California and was hosted at Apple Inc. Main Event First and … read more
Only 8 days left to reserve your seat for our 3rd US DBpedia Community Meeting. We are happy to announce that the 11th DBpedia Meeting will be held in Cupertino, California on October 12th 2017, hosted by Apple Inc. The meetup focuses on connecting the community interested in DBpedia … read more
We are very pleased to announce that all of this year’s Google Summer of Code students made it successful through the program and passed their projects. All codes have been submitted, merged and are ready to be examined by the rest of the world. Marco Fossati, Dimitris Kontokostas, Tommaso Soru, Domenico Potena, … read more
Google summer of Code is a global program focused on introducing students to open source software development. During the 3 months summer break from university, students work on a programming projects with an open source organization, like DBpedia. We are part of this exciting program for more than 5 … read more
We are very excited to announce this year's final students for our projects at the Google Summer of Code program (GSoC).
In this years GSoC edition, DBpedia received more than 30 submissions for selected DBpedia projects. Our mentors read many promising proposals, evaluated them and now the crême de la … read more
DBpedia will participate for a fifth time in the Google Summer of Code program (GSoC) and now we are looking for students who will share their ideas with us. We are regularly growing our community through GSoC and can deliver more and more opportunities to you. We got excited … read more
Dear DBpedians, As previous years, we would like your input for DBpedia related project ideas for GSoC 2017. For those who are unfamiliar with GSoC (Google Summer of Code), Google pays students (BSc, MSc, PhD) to work for 3 months on an open source project. Open source organizations announce … read more