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TripleSoup

17 Oct 2007

TripleSoup is intended to provide an RDF store, tooling to work with that
database, and a REST web interface to talk to that database using SPARQL,
implemented as an apache webserver module.

TripleSoup has voted itself into dormant mode. The main reason the project
did not quite materialize seems to be that we don't have enough people with
sufficient interest, need, and time to make this really take off.

19 Sep 2007

Did not report.

TripleSoup entered Incubation in February 2007.

TripleSoup is intended to provide an RDF store, tooling to work with that
database, and a REST web interface to talk to that database using SPARQL,
implemented as an apache webserver module.

There was a lot of traffic in February and April, but very little since
April.  The Incubator PMC will inquire whether or not it is time to mark
TripleSoup as dormant.

20 Jun 2007

TripleSoup is the simplest thing that you can do to turn your apache web
server into a SPARQL endpoint.

Nothing to report that requires IPMC or board attention at this time.

There has been very little progress on TripleSoup since the last report.
All immediately relevant process/infrastructure/legal stuff has been
taken care of, and now we have to dive into the technical core, which
hasn't happened yet.

25 Apr 2007

iPMC Reviewers: rdonkin, jukka

TripleSoup will be an RDF store, tooling to work with that database, and a
REST web interface to talk to that database using SPARQL, implemented as an
apache webserver module. TripleSoup entered incubation on February 5, 2007.

There are currently no issues requiring Incubator PMC or board attention.

 * Two out of three initial codebases have arrived.
 * Current work has focussed on the website, test infrastructure and build
system.
 * Legal clearance of initial codebases has been all but completed and
they're in SVN

28 Mar 2007

iPMC Reviewers: jukka, yoavs, jim, noel

TripleSoup will be an RDF store, tooling to work with that database, and a
REST web interface to talk to that database using SPARQL, implemented as an
apache webserver module.

There are currently no issues requiring Incubator PMC or board attention.

 * project just got started
 * all basic infrastructure (SVN, basic website, status pages, mailing
lists, etc) set up
 * two committer accounts created (one account pending a CLA which is
pending legal bits)
 * IP clearance processes started
   * one initial codebase imported
   * legal process still underway for the two other initial codebases
 * not that much SVN or mailing list activity yet
   * not worried about this, we're pretty much waiting for codebases to
arrive

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