S-Link-S MetaData Editor
Date: Fri, 27 Aug 1999 00:03:14 -0400 From: Eric Hellman <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: S-Link-S MetaData Editor
Openly Informatics recently released an alpha version of a Java application for creating and publishing RDF metadata using our S-Link-S RDF vocabulary for Journal Hyperlinking.
We'd very much like to get feedback from the RDF community. The app is available for free download from:
Some features that may be of interest: We read comments, labels, and choices in directly from the RDF Schema file, and from a RDF configuation file. This is done with a SAX parser on XML4J.
RDF is used as the output format. We built the application to shield our users from RDF as much as possible. A typical comment from potential users: "We're wondering if we should use RDF for other applications; what is it really?"
If there are any free-lance technical writers interested in some work related to this, please get in touch.
Eric Hellman Openly Informatics, Inc. http://www.openly.com/ Tools for 21st Century Scholarly Publishing
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