The World War 1 session ran a little over time and spilled out over lunch outside with a lot of talk about the war, literature and linking across data sets. I’ve copied here the people who listed their information on the sheet.
|EU||Australia War Literature||Europeana WWI||“Isaac, A.H.J.C.A.”
|UK||Trenches to Triples||King’s College||Geoffrey Browell
|Australia||Australia War Literature||http://www.austlit.edu.au/|
|Canada||Out of the Trenches / Au-Delà des tranchéss||Pan Canadian Documentary Heritage||Pat Riva||http://www.ghamari.net:8080/canada/|
|New Zealand||Remembering WW1||?||?||ww100.govt.nz|
|UK||Open Metadata gateway||King College London Archives||Geoff Browell|
|Finland / US||WW1LOD Project||Semantic Computing Research Group / Aalto||Thea Lindquist, Hyvönen Eero et al.||http://purl.org/ww1lod|
|France||Awesome rdf-enabled online library||French National Library||Romain Wenz||data.bnr.fr|
|Canada||Muninn WW1 Project||-||Rob Warren||rdf.muninn-project.org/sparql|
Where do we go from here?
Suggest that you look at the lodlam group and signup to the ww1-lod mailing lists. We have had some very good talk about integrative over GIS information and integrating data over multiple sparql servers.
Keep in touch and keep doing great work!