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From Andy Seaborne <>
Subject Re: [Graduation] Resolution description text
Date Sat, 21 Jan 2012 15:42:07 GMT
On 21/01/12 15:20, Thorsten Möller wrote:
> Am 21.01.2012 um 15:50 schrieb Andy Seaborne:
>> As this is already well known, I don't think a full name check is
>> needed but I did a quick spot check using Bing (Google uses Google+
>> to skew results - I get us for "jena" as #1 hit)
>> Bing "Jena" ==> #1 Wikipedia page about the town in Germany
> Slightly off topic, but Jena is not named after Jena (the SemWeb
> framework versus the town)?
> You might  grin at me, but this question is awaiting an answer for
> years, and this was probably the best moment to ask. Since I know
> this town, I was always wondering whether there is a relation between
> the two and how Jena (the SemWeb framework) got its name. Maybe
> someone can shed a light on where the name comes from (I've never
> found an explanation somewhere on the project's Web site).
> Thorsten

It's not related to the town - it's a form of the name of Brian's 
daughter.  The fact that it's also a form of one of my children's names 
is also unrelated.


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