Hi, just viewed the OData version 4 announcement. See https://www.oasis-open.org/news/pr/oasis-approves-odata-4-0-standards-for-an-open-programmable-web This is great news for all us developers and architects. Finally a standard that makes sense to connect the internet of things and the internect of client/server devices. Got to … Continue reading
Well folks I have been part of a great group of people who have wowed me with both their smarts, their work effort, and their work deliverables. I am proud of the OData Technical Committee and what they have accomplished. … Continue reading
Hi, for a general overview see http://www.scribd.com/doc/106689290/Difference-Between-RDF-OData-and-GData . Note the information does not include OData Version 4 but is a helpful comparison. John
Hi, you may enjoy this item on open data and RDF from the New Zealand government: http://ict.govt.nz/programmes/open-and-transparent-government/toolkit-agencies/applying-5-star-open-data-model-your-high-value-pu/ Enjoy! John
Hi, as suggested by Giovanni Bartolomeo we will also look at http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/wiki/RDB2RDF for concordance purposes. I welcome other concordance reference points. John
One function of the group could be to build a concordance between RDF and OData. OData version 4 is now in its Public Review. See https://www.oasis-open.org/news/announcements/30-day-public-review-for-odata-odata-atom-format-and-odata-json-format-v4-0 RDF is a long time standard of the W3C. See http://www.w3.org/RDF/ So what are … Continue reading
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