Category Archives: POWDER

POWDER is a W3C Recommendation

POWDER, the Protocol for Web Description Resources, is the latest Semantic Web technology to reach W3C Recommendation status. Taking a Semantic Web/linked data view, POWDER allows you to associate predicates and objects with multiple subjects, all with explicit provenance. Data … Continue reading

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POWDER Proposed W3C Recommendations

The Protocol for Web Description Resources (POWDER) Working Group has published three Proposed Recommendations: Protocol for Web Description Resources (POWDER): Grouping of Resources, Description Resources, and Formal Semantics. The Protocol for Web Description Resources (POWDER) suite facilitates the publication of … Continue reading

Five POWDER Documents published including three Last Call Drafts

W3C’s Protocol for Web Description Resources (POWDER) Working Group has published five Working Drafts. The purpose of the Protocol for Web Description Resources (POWDER) is to provide a means for individuals or organizations to describe a group of resources through … Continue reading

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POWDER Formal Semantics First Working Draft Published

The W3C Protocol for Web Description Resources (POWDER) Working Group has published the First Public Working Draft of Protocol for Web Description Resources (POWDER): Formal Semantics. This document underpins the Protocol for Web Description Resources (POWDER). It describes how the … Continue reading

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New POWDER drafts published

The W3C Protocol for Web Description Resources (POWDER) Working Group has published two Protocol for Web Description Resources (POWDER) Working Drafts: Grouping of Resources and Description Resources. The first document describes how to publish descriptions of multiple resources such as … Continue reading