Tag Archive for microformats

Schema.org Workshop – A Path Forward

A room full of interested parties gathered in Microsoft’s Silicon Valley Campus yesterday to discuss Schema.org, its implications on existing vocabularies, syntaxes, and projects, and how best to move forward with what has admittedly been a bumpy road. Schema.org, you may recall, is the vocabulary for structured data markup that was released by Google, Microsoft,…

Schema.org – One Month In

If you have been following the news from the world of web standards, linked data, and/or semantic web, you certainly have heard about schema.org. If you missed it, schema.org is a collaboration of Google, Yahoo! and Bing and is a way to include structured data in web pages. The vocabulary includes descriptive terms for content…

Google, Yahoo! and Bing Announce Schema.org

[Revised and re-posted at 4:03pm EST] In a collaborative effort reminiscent of sitemaps.org, Google, Yahoo! and Bing have announced the launch of schema.org.  Perhaps the most significant aspect of this announcement is the particular standard they have focused on: namely, microdata. In the Google announcement, Kavi Goel and Pravir Gupta of Google’s search team say,…

On various RDF API-s…

(By Ivan Herman and Manu Sporny) [EDITOR’S NOTE: This guest post, by Ivan Herman and Manu Sporny, was originally published on w3.org and appears here courtesy of the W3C and the authors of the article.  SemanticWeb.com is a member of the W3C.] The World Wide Web Consortium’s RDF Web Applications Working Group has published the…