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    OpenLink Data Spaces (ODS)

    ODS is a new-generation Distributed Collaborative Application platform for creating presence in the semantic web via Data Spaces derived from Weblogs, Wikis, Feed Aggregators, Photo Galleries, Shared Bookmarks, Discussion Forums and more.

    What are Data Spaces?

    Data Spaces are a new database-management technology frontier that deals with the virtualization of heterogeneous data and data sources via a plethora of data-access protocols.

    As Unified Data Stores, Data Spaces also provide solid foundation for the creation, processing and dissemination of knowledge, making them a natural foundation platform for the emerging Data-Web (Semantic Web, Layer 1).

    Why are Data Spaces important?

    They provide a cost-effective route for generating Semantic Web Presence from Web 2.0 and traditional Web data-sources, by delivering an atomic data container for RDF Instance Data derived from data hosted in Blogs, Wikis, Shared Bookmark Services, Discussion Forums, Web File Servers, Photo Galleries, etc.

    Data Spaces enable direct and granular database-style interaction with Web Data.

    Standards and Protocols

    Query Service Support

    ODS supports a number of Query Services:

    • GData
    • OpenSearch
    • XQuery/XPath over HTTP
    • Full Text Search over HTTP
    • SPARQL
    Publishing Protocol Support

    ODS supports the following publishing protocols:

    • GData
    • Atom 1.0
    • Moveable Type
    • MetaWeblog
    • Blogger
    Web Services

    Application Components

    • ODS-Framework - An OpenID- and Yadis-compliant Framework for building Distributed Collaborative Applications that are equipped with Single-Sign-On (SSO) functionality and auto-generated RDF Data Spaces
    • ODS-Weblog - A comprehensive blogging platform supporting all the major publishing protocols (Atom, Moveable Type, Meta Weblog, and Blogger) and includes automatic generation of content-syndication gems in RSS 1.0, RSS 2.0, Atom, SIOC, OPML, OCS, and other formats
    • ODS-Briefcase - A WebDAV-based Unified Storage Solution that incorporates automated extraction and management of metadata
    • ODS-Feed-Manager - An RSS 1.0, RSS 2.0, Atom, OPML, and OCS Feed Aggregator
    • ODS-Wiki - A Wiki Platform supporting the Atom Publishing Protocol, Twiki, MediaWiki? (Wikimedia), and Creole markup dialects
    • ODS-Mail - A Web-based Email Client
    • ODS-Calendar - A Calendar manager
    • ODS-Bookmark-Manager - A Shared Bookmark Manager
    • ODS-Gallery - Photo & General Image Sharing
    • ODS-Polls - Polls Manager
    • ODS-Addressbook - An Address Book Manager
    • ODS-Community - Group/Community Mode service for all of the ODS-* applications
    • ODS-Discussions - Web-based Newsgroups Aggregator and Reader.


    Getting Started

    ODS is pre-installed as part of the demonstration database (demo.db) bundled with OpenLink Virtuoso Open-Source Edition. If you are running the server with the demo database (typically on HTTP port 8890 and SQL Port 1112), simply point your browser to http://localhost:8890/ods. See Setting up ODS for a simple configuration guide.

    Installation Guides

    How Do I ... ?

    Intranet Quick Start Guides

    Third-Party Platform Integration

    Installation Guides

    Live Demonstrations


    Screencast Demos / Movies

    • ODS Screencast Demonstrations?

    ODS Tutorials

    Reference Guides

    Weblogs & Commentary

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