This TWiki web contains information and notions related to the SPARQLy project.
Not surprisingly, SPARQLy's goals tend to involve SPARQL
They also (for the moment, at least) have a strong Ruby flavor,
based on (at least) convenience and interest for the developers.
Anyway, here's the current (WIP!) list:
- Adding SPARQL endpoints for selected data (eg, metadata for Ruby Gems).
- Encouraging collaboration among developers and users (eg, discussion and indexing of recipes, development of infrastructure).
- Encouraging wider adoption of SPARQL, especially in the Ruby and web development communities.
- Experimenting with related topics (eg, GUIs, wikis, query pre- and post-processing).
In short, SPARQLy strives to make SPARQL more convenient and powerful
for both novice and expert users.
Lofty goals aside, the current sub-project list is quite short:
- SPARQLy Ruby - Make Ruby code (eg, Gems) SPARQL
Harvest metadata from Ruby code, using static and dynamic analysis (eg, Bundler, Laser, Metric_fu, tests, YARD), etc.
- SPARQLy GUIs - GUIs, optimized for SPARQL
Create Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) which make SPARQL easier and more powerful to use, using additional technologies such as D3, Ember, HTML5, jQuery, and JSON-LD.
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