The Friend of a Friend (FOAF) project is creating a Web of machine-readable pages describing people, the links between them and the things they create and do.
Currently the most important entry here is the IssueTracker, which keeps note of known issues with the FOAF specification.
Please note that the ability to edit here is currently locked down, purely for anti-spam reasons. Editors are welcome but we need to add you by hand for now; ask in #foaf IRC, or on foaf-dev. It would help if you use OpenID...
Got a question? Ask in the foaf-dev Mailing List.
A Wiki really comes into its own when its users help to refine each others pages, e.g. adding information, answering questions, providing feedback, etc.
Feel free to add links, suggestions here, much as you might on the foaf-dev mailing list. Leave a link and brief description here if you add new content. A consequence of this is that as a reader, you shouldn't expect complete coherence from the site: you'll find a mix of useful tips, personal content, brainstorming and scribbles. Consider this a freeform scratchpad, designed to be easy to update, and as a quick place to capture an idea or link before it is forgotten.
- The ESW Wiki may also be of some interest, being full of notes on RDF and Semantic Web technology. Includes details of the WebID protocol
- FOAF on Wikipedia
Web site / wiki contact: DanBri (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the FOAF mailing list.
Wiki admin: Special:ListUsers/sysop is a list of sysop accounts; contact danbri if you want to help; sysops can use the Special:UserRights page which can grant bureacrat status (which lets you help with exciting stuff like spam deletions). See Special:Categories for a list of categories; some need pages creating.