4th Workshop on Scripting for the Semantic Web

Homepage: http://www.semanticscripting.org/SFSW2008
This workshop was held in connection with 5th European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC2008).


The following papers were presented at 4th Workshop on Scripting for the Semantic Web (listed alphabetically):
  1. XSLT+SPARQL: Scripting the Semantic Web with SPARQL embedded into XSLT stylesheets
  2. Neologism: Easy Vocabulary Publishing
  3. Microblogging: A Semantic Web and Distributed Approach
  4. A Distributed Semantic Microblogging Platform
  5. Ruby Semantic Web Pipes
  6. Using JavaScript RDFa Widgets for model/view separation inside read/write websites
  7. RDF in JSON
  8. Publishing and Using Ontologies as Mash-Up Services
  9. Cooking HTTP content negotiation with Vapour
  10. The Talia library platform - Rapidly building a digital library on Rails
  11. RDF2FS - A Unix File System RDF Store
  12. Scripting User Contributed Interlinking
  13. SPARQLBot - The Semantic Web Command Line
  14. MOAW - URI's Everywhere
  15. World of WebCraft - Mashing up World of Warcraft and the Web

The following people were involved in 4th Workshop on Scripting for the Semantic Web: Keith Alexander, Sören Auer, Michele Barbera, Cosmin Basca, Diego Berrueta, Christian Bizer, Uldis Bojars, John Breslin, Stephane Corlosquet, Richard Cyganiak, Mathieu d'Aquin, Sebastian Dietzold, Sergio Fernandez, Ivan Frade, Laurian Gridinoc, Gunnar Aastrand Grimnes, Daniel Hahn, Wolfgang Halb, Tuukka Hastrup, Michael Hausenblas, Tom Heath, Sebastian Hellmann, Ivan Herman, Eero Hyvoenen, Jose Emilio Labra, Knud Moeller, Benjamin Nowack, Michele Nucci, Alexandre Passant, Martin Peklo, Yves Raimond, Thomas Schandl, Michael Sintek, Jouni Tuominen, Kim Viljanen


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