DBpedia Archive

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  • More than 50 DBpedia enthusiasts joined the Community Meeting in Karlsruhe.

    September 19, 2019
    SEMANTiCS is THE leading European conference in the field of semantic technologies and the platform for professionals who make semantic computing work, and understand its benefits and know its limitations. Following, we will give you a brief retrospective about the presentations. Opening Session Katja Hose – “Querying the web … read more
  • A year with DBpedia – A Retrospective Part One

    December 5, 2018
    In the upcoming Blog-Series, we like to take you on a retrospective tour around the world, giving you insights into a year with DBpedia. We will start out with Stop-overs in Japan, Poland and Germany and will continue our journey to other continents in the following two weeks. read more
  • The Release Circle – A Glimpse behind the Scenes

    October 17, 2018
    As you already know, with the new DBpedia strategy our mode of publishing releases changed.  The new DBpedia release process follows a three-step approach starting from the Extraction to ID-Management towards the Fusion, which finalizes the release process.  Our DBpedia releases are currently published on a monthly basis. In this post, … 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.

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  • DBpedia supports young developers

    May 2, 2018
    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
  • Keep using DBpedia!

    February 8, 2018
    Just recently, DBpedia Association member and hosting specialist, OpenLink released the DBpedia Usage report, a periodic report on the DBpedia SPARQL endpoint and associated Linked Data deployment. The report not only gives some historical insight into DBpedia’s usage, number of visits and hits per day but especially shows statistics … read more
  • Career Opportunities at DBpedia – A Success Story

    August 24, 2017
    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
  • Smart Minds Wanted

    June 1, 2017
    New Internship Opportunity @ In conjunction with Springer Nature,  DBpedia offers a 3 months internship at Springer Nature in London, UK and at DBpedia in Leipzig, Germany. Internship Details Position DBpedia Intern Main Employer DBpedia Association Deadline June 30th, 2017 Duration 3 months/full-time, internship will starts in the second half of … read more
  • GSoC 2017- may the code be with you

    May 5, 2017
    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+Spotlight accepted @ Google Summer of Code 2013

    April 10, 2013
    Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a global program that offers post-secondary student developers (ages 18 and older, BSc, MSc, PhD)  stipends to write code for various open source software projects. Since its inception in 2005, the program has brought together over 6,000 successful student participants and over 3,000 … read more
  • OpenData Challenge awards 20.000€ prizes to open public data apps

    May 6, 2011
    European public bodies produce thousands upon thousands of datasets every year – about everything from how our tax money is spent to the quality of the air we breathe. The Opendata competition aims to challenge designers, developers, journalists, researchers and the general public to come up with something useful, … read more