Monday, December 12, 2011

Building a Web of Objects at Yahoo!

We'd like to share a link to a recent set of presentation slides by Peter Mika, Ralph Rabbat, Philip Bohannon of Yahoo! The talk by Ralph Rabbat was part of the Industry Track during October's International Semantic Web Conference in Bonn. Slides (in .pptx format) are linked from the conference site and describe some work they're doing that relates to schema.org. This presentation covers some aspect of Yahoo's work in semantic web both from engineering and research aspect. Please, feel free to connect directly with the authors if you have any comments/questions. The other Industry Track presentations, and materials from the wider conference; are worth checking out too.

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  2. Thanks for the info. Yahoo seems to be re-engineering it's processes and designs. Will we see something different from Yahoo soon? waterproof camera

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  4. i am having issues with the schema working properly on my Joomla website.
    I believe something is over-riding it or conflicting.

    Does anyone have experience with Joomla, or is there someone I can talk to?
    please email me at marketing (at) savvypanda.com

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  6. Thanks Gaurav!! It's really great to know that Yahoo is working on it so that it can provide good experience to its users.

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  7. A quick note to let you know that there is a grammar mistake on the schema.org front page.

    "A shared markup vocabulary makes easier for webmasters to decide on a markup schema"

    should be:

    A shared markup vocabulary makes *it* easier for webmasters to decide on a markup schema.

    Apologies for posting this here, but I couldn't find any contact details on the main page.

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  15. Hi again, can you suggest us the best Blogspot posting format?

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