Monthly Archives: November 2015
Updated article: Using character escapes in markup and CSS
The article was updated to using HTML5 markup, and to use HTML5 terminology for character references. Various links and parts of the content were also updated.
German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian and Ukrainian translators are invited to update their translations.
Video published: Linguistic Linked Data and the LIDER project explained
This video explains what Linguistic Linked Data is and summarizes the outcomes of the LIDER project. This includes best practices for working with Linguist Linked Data, a reference architecture and a roadmap for future activities around Linguistic Linked Data. The video has been produced by the LIDER project and has been published during the European Data Forum 2015 event.
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