sμBlog is my effort to combine ideas about microblogging, messaging and the sematic web into a practical tool ready for everyday work.
sμBlog listens for messages across standard internet protocols (e.g. XMPP, IMAP) and does useful things depending on the meaning of the messages it receives.
The basic idea of sμblog is to have a flexible and highly configurable system that will
read short human-generated messages from somewhere on the Internet – normally a XMPP (aka Jabber) IM account convert each message into a RDF graph that represents the semantic structure of the message expose the resulting RDF to elements of the semantic web technology stack, which may include RDF stores, SPARQL query interfaces, OWL reasoners and so on, and optionally pass the results on to some other Internet service or application. You can find out more at http://tizard.net/sublog .
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