that describes the core of the glue that DBpedia is. The definition leads to people
downloading the EN DBpedia dataset and running statistics that will only discover what
data is wrong or missing in the smallest parts of DBpedia.
What happened to "LOD is the largest knowledge graph on earth" ? Querying more
Freebase data from DBpedia via Linked Data is a use case since over 10 years now using
ontologies as a GPS.
Also the definition you give limits the community to people who have edited 10 Scala
Classes in the extraction framework, which is probably 10 people altogether.
So this is the most exclusionist view I can think of.
What you wrote here is adequate:
What you wrote in your email as a summary is very narrow and misleading, see Markus
Kroetzsch's email. People will continue to measure DBpedia by exactly the part of the
data that is loaded in the Virtuoso SPARQL endpoint unless we make the derivatives
downloadable outside of HTTP LD requests.
On September 22, 2019 12:30:24 AM GMT+02:00, Kingsley Idehen
On 9/20/19 1:31 PM, Denny Vrandečić wrote:
Yes, you're touching exactly on the problems
I had during the
evaluation - I couldn't even figure out what DBpedia is.
Hi Denny and Sebastian,
To reiterate and/or clarify.
DBpedia is a community project comprising RDF datasets constructed from
Wikipedia content that's deployed using Linked Data principles.
The description above implies the following re focus breakdown:
 Dataset creation -- this cannot be created in line with Linked Data
principles without the items that follow
 Linked Data Deployment -- without this there is nothing to look-up
re follow-your-nose exploration
 SPARQL Query Services -- without this there is nothing to query
Over the years I've written a number of posts addressing the key
question "what is DBpedia?"
-- What is DBpedia, and why is it important?
-- Mutually beneficial nature of Wikidata and DBpedia
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