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From Lewis John Mcgibbney <>
Subject Re: Semantic Web projects at Aapche
Date Mon, 13 Feb 2012 17:30:34 GMT
Hi Andy,

I thought I would let this thread settle for a bit but it seems that there
is nothing happening with it. My initial feels are that this has happened
not because people do not have opinions or something, but rather there are
other factors at play such as a general feeling that we are moving towards
a release pending the issues discussed elsewhere.

How about we visit this one when we have pushed 0.7.0?

On Tue, Jan 31, 2012 at 11:34 AM, Andy Seaborne <> wrote:

> [[
> We still need to discuss Paolo Castagna's points regarding the
> integration of more of the 'semantic web' projects which exist at Apache.
> ]]
> Hi there - happened to notice that comment in your report.  As a committer
> on one such project (Jena), I hope you don't mind me chipping in.
> Integration is good when it improves the user experience (by, e.g. not
> forcing unnecessary choices of API, making a richer environment of code to
> use, making things easier to install, ....) or if integration makes
> contributors lives easier or means a contribution is more widely used
> (including our own :-).  It's "less good" if it leads to dependencies
> between projects causing friction or even unvoiced false expectations on
> either side as to who is doing what for whom.
> Are there specific ways we can help each other?  If we can find something
> concrete, I think we can have better integration and benefit us all.
>        Andy


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