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Any plans to resume RDF data updates? Please, please?

Elper

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All offers of help are welcome, but are easier to manage when from those who are already editors.
As informator said, at the moment we aren't Open Source, so rather limited.
By all means post in the new Public user discussion forum (it'll get more attention from active and technical editors than here) :)
 
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Thank you for raising this topic internally at Curlie!
We are all looking forward eagerly to a positive decision.

As always, we all want to offer all our help to make this happen.
 

Elper

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Following up on this, are we right in assuming that the previous version of RDF is what is wanted, or are any other formats of interest?
 
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Very sorry for the delay in responding.
I'm delighted that this topic is getting attention. Thank you!

I'd be perfectly happy with the current RDF format, as I have a parser already developed for parsing all the Curly (ODP) RDF files.

+1
 

arjenpdevries

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I second the request for this data to be available; quite a lot of scientific research in computing uses "the ODP dataset" and it would be great if we didn't have to take it from the Internet Archive any more, but be able to use an up-to-date version as you maintain! Would be very helpful. The exact format is not important, but leaving it as it has been is not a bad idea.
 

Elper

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All I can really do is continue to prod the other people involved in the decision making and technical processes... ;)
We are rather resource limited, so any ideas for economically creating and then hosting such large files would be welcome; either start a new thread here, or send PM... TIA
 

arjenpdevries

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I would be happy to organize in my institute (Radboud University) a mirror of these files for download, if you would need that support.

Also, using academictorrents could be an attractive route - we can even combine those two approaches, such that there's some level of guarantee that the dataset would be available.
 
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