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From Aaron Coburn <>
Subject Re: [RDF] Commons release?
Date Tue, 19 Sep 2017 21:58:38 GMT

Thanks! The LDP server implementation is spread across quite a few repositories in this github
organization: (everything is Apache2 licensed), but the core
abstractions are found in:

HTTP layer:

Most of the components have already been released to maven central, but I'm still working
on a few of them (particularly the HTTP layer and the persistence layer).

The main difference between this and, say, Marmotta, is that this implementation is designed
to scale horizontally. And by making use of Commons-RDF, the interfaces of this LDP server
aren't tied to a particular RDF library implementation -- e.g. Jena or RDF4J -- though I do
use Jena in the implementation code. I am also making significant use of ZooKeeper (Curator),
Kafka and Beam.


> On Sep 19, 2017, at 5:27 PM, Sergio Fernández <> wrote:
> Hi Aaron,
> you're right, we have quite some things to release. But first I' d like to
> take a look to our backlog, because we have some open PRs. Hopefully I'll
> have some time later this week, at the latest on the weekend.
> Just for curiosity, can you provide us a pointer to your Commons RDF-based
> LDP implementation?
> Thanks.
> Cheers,
> On Mon, Sep 18, 2017 at 2:24 PM, Aaron Coburn <> wrote:
>> Hi!
>> The last release of commons-rdf was from last November, and there are some
>> nice features in the master branch that I would really like to use --
>> especially the improved OSGi support. It seems that there are a few
>> unresolved jira issues, such that this wouldn't be a 1.0 release, but even
>> a 0.4.0 release would be great.
>> As a little background, over the last several months I've built a server
>> implementation of the W3C Linked Data Platform in which commons-rdf
>> provides all of the core RDF abstractions.
>> Would it be possible to move forward with a release? I would be more than
>> happy to help out.
>> Thanks,
>> Aaron
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