On 30/03/07, Kake L Pugh <kake(a)earth.li> wrote:
On Fri 30 Mar 2007, Tom Heath
So, the question is, "is anyone actually
consuming tag data described
using this ontology, and if so where can I see it in action?" Have I
got that right?
The simple answer is no, not really.
Could OpenGuides become a consumer?
Yeah, absolutely! I'm not sure if there a list anywhere of
sites/services that are exposing data with this ontology, but I can
speak for Revyu and say that yes, OpenGuides would be very welcome to
become a consumer. Presenting Revyu reviews alongside OpenGuides
entries would be a nice use case for this. Sure there are others too
using different data sources.
We don't have massive coverage of places or things/objects (yet), but
there are some relevant reviews for Milton Keynes, Bristol (if only
someone would setup the OG Bristol ;), Oxford, London, Montreal...
There are two ways to approach this. 1) get the RDF from e.g.
<http://revyu.com/tags/milton-keynes/about/rdf> for a list of all
things tagged milton-keynes (it's a bit minimal intentionally - the
rest of the information is available by looking up those URIs - but I
could add more data in there to minise the number of requests
required); or 2) do a SPARQL query against the endpoint at
<http://revyu.com/sparql/welcome> to get out any data you want in any
format you want using SQL-like queries. The endpoint is currently
fairly locked down, but shout if you want access.
HTH for starters,