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First RDF Implementation for Linguistic Project Goes Live

October 20, 2006

The Long Now Foundation is pleased to announce a new website release for their Rosetta Project. The Rosetta Project strives to create a publicly accessible online archive of all documented human languages. Implemented by Six Feet Up, the new release features a unique RDF data structure to support language relationships.

"Six Feet Up continues to be amazing in their productivity, professionalism, and innovation", says Laura Buszard-Welcher, Ph.D., Rosetta Project Archive Director. "Other linguistic projects have been talking about the desirability of RDF, but Rosetta is the first project to have implemented such a system."

Calvin Hendryx-Parker, Six Feet Up's Director of Engineering, will be presenting the Rosetta RDF Refactoring project at the annual Plone Conference in Seattle on October 27th, 2006.

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