A set of Linked Data-oriented browser apps. It
could be described as a Headless
CMS where the notion of Content is expanded.
It's a one-person effort by me, Danny Ayers, though totally
the laps of giants. It has quite a long history.
By expressing the data in RDF and interacting with an SPARQL
store (I'm using Fuseki) the same underlying data (and potentially any other Linked Data) can be
across many different user interfaces.
The knowledge management system I want is one that will directly help my projects. Simple version - I
have a todo
list. Each item has resources associated with it that are only a click away.
The links in the navigation bar above are things that I'm developing and/or using.
- FooWiki - A wiki. But I've been using Joplin (and before that Obsidian),
be changing a little
- Trellis - hierarchical lists.
- TurtleEditor - low-level editing of the data, with node and
arc graph visualization (I found it abandoned on GitHub)
- Gloss - this will be an AI glossary. But the motivation is mostly to
FooWiki code to do something a bit different, meanwhile I update the code
- foolicious - doesn't look like I've got what I thought I had, but this
will be a
URL bookmarker that scrapes a bit of info from the target docs
- NewsMonitor - a headless RSS aggregator (in Java,
- trev - a low-level RDF editor (via SPARQL)
Right now I'm building/updating all of these simultaneously, so any/all could be broken. They share the
same backend SPARQL Store and essentially the same architecture, which I'm calling SPARQL Diamonds. As I move forward them
individually I'm trying to align to some common libs.
Other bits and pieces that are around here include :
- y-mirror - customised codemirror with y.js
- jupyterlite - that Jupyter. Is plenty to do
sandboxed coding experiments