DBpedia is an international crowd-sourced community effort with the ultimate goal to extract structured knowledge from Wikipedia, Wikidata and Wikimedia Commons and make this knowledge available on the Web as Linked Open Data. Over the last 10 years, DBpedia has become the hub of Linked Open Data and the de-facto proxy to hundreds of other data sources. Nowadays, DBpedia has the exclusive role of a Global Platform for Unified Access to Knowledge.
Following the LDK conference the DBpedia Community will get together on 23rd of May 2019. The 13th edition of the DBpedia Community Meeting covers the DBpedia Association hour and the NLP & DBpedia session. During the Showcase Session, the DBpedia community will present several selected showcases which will highlight the benefits of using and working with DBpedia. The DBpedia meeting enables the community to learn about the advancements of the largest Linked Open Data repository in existence – let them inspire you or contribute yourself towards shaping further progress among DBpedia enthusiasts!
A reduced ticket is available with every LDK main conference ticket. For registration, please visit http://2019.ldk-conf.org/registration/.
Please, find the program here.
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Call for Contribution
Please submit your proposal through our web form.
Contribution proposals include (but not limited to) presentation, posters, demos, lightning talks and session suggestions.
- John P. McCrae, NUIG
- Paul Buitelaar, NUIG
- Christian Chiarcos, Goethe-University Frankfurt
- Milan Dojchinovski, AKSW/KILT
- Julia Holze, DBpedia Association
- Sebastian Hellmann, AKSW/KILT, DBpedia Association