AtomRdf

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Working with the Atom Format/Protocol and RDF/OWL

Atom Wiki has links to specs etc

Local

AtomJobExample

Elsewhere

MasahideKanzaki has an Atom2RDF XSLT for Atom 1.0. Tested on all KnownAtomFeeds listed on the Atom Wiki. See http://www.kanzaki.com/works/2005/misc/0726atom.html

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DanBrickley's Atom/RDF subset. It's not a translation but it's worth attempting to interpret it using one of them. http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-archive/2005Jul/0014.html

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HenryStory's material, mostly (I think) looking for a direct mapping with a Atom-specific vocabulary (there's also his BlogEd material, on using Atom/OWL as the internal representation in a blogging tools). I'm not sure, but this might be OWL DL. Most recent date mentioned is 2004-11-09, not sure which is the latest Atom draft covered. http://bblfish.net/work/atom-owl/ On Atom Wiki: http://www.intertwingly.net/wiki/pie/AtomOWL

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DavidPowell's full and fairly verbose RDF schema, again I think it's an Atom-specific vocab : http://djpowell.net/atomrdf/0.1/ Dates from 2005-03-22, covers draft-05. it can be viewed through a nifty little styled-TriX converter: http://djpowell.net/rdftrix/

Update: now supports Atom 1.0, see http://www.imc.org/atom-syntax/mail-archive/msg16433.html

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DaveBeckett's got support for Atom 0.3 in Redland (RDF toolkit), specifically in the Raptor Parser kit - he's currently working on updating this to support parsing and serialization of Atom 1.0 (so no-one has to look at that howwid RDF/XML or Atom syntaxes. Angle brackets are for geeks. -- DaveBeckett )

http://librdf.org/raptor/

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MarkNottingham's talked about Atom/OWL in the context of his sparta.py simple API for RDF, not sure if he's done a schema: http://www.mnot.net/blog/2005/03/17/sparta

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MarkWoodman has done some work with Atom + Jena, producing JavaBeans. http://inkblots.markwoodman.com/index.php?p=13

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DannyAyers notes+ XSLT+schema, old old old, pre-0.3 I think. I'll update all this asap with whatever I can gather. http://semtext.org/atom/

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There are also some very early ones around Sam's blog somewhere - I seem to remember one that attempted to map all the Atom constructs to existing vocabs, DC etc. (I've a feeling that put a lot of folks off RDF/XML ;-) I think Aaron S. and Norm W. have both a mapping or two. Bet sbp's got one too. http://www.intertwingly.net/blog/