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[protege-owl] Ontology Deployment
m59sapi at yahoo.com
Sun Jan 27 15:25:54 PST 2008
It's an interesting idea to use google pages as a storage for our owl
ontology. Is there a way to sync my owl files on my laptop to google pages
so that I alway get a copy on the web? which means I can demo my ontology to
others anytime anywhere...
> On 24/01/2008, Jibbi <najeeb at kth.se> wrote:
>> I've developed ontology and want to deploy on any free available web
>> location, from where I'll be able to call my ontology concepts and use
>> in other developing ontologies under protégé platform.
>> 1. Is there any free server available (for research purpose) where i
>> deploy my ontology
> http://pages.google.com offers a way to host files for free. You could
> use a purl to redirect to it. http://purl.org does redirection, so you
> can keep a constant address for your ontology even if the actual
> server fails. You can redirect it to any free web hosting site which
> offers to have pages intact.
>> 2. how can i deploy my ontology from protégé
> Your ontology is likely to be a simple file. A .owl file is most
> likely, and this can be put at a location on a server, which you
> should use as a base reference for your ontology. It is best to use
> the purl.org address for reference so that if you move the file you
> don't have to change the ontology. Basically on pages.google.com you
> just upload the .owl file, and then copy the address of the file after
> uploading it and make purl.org redirect to that address.
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