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My Family Tree Linked Data Resurrected with some RAGLD Help


I’ve been looking for a new home for my family tree linked data since the Talis Store holding the data was turned off.  A new (temporary) home has been found thanks to the RAGLD project. RAGLD is all about creating simple tools and services to allow people to publish and consume linked data. One of these simple RAGLD services is a linked data publishing platform. I have moved my Family Tree linked data onto a RAGLD service for the time being. You can find the service here. The service still needs some polish, but it works well as a very simple platform for publishing linked data. For more information on how that works be sure to check the RAGLD website, or follow RAGLD on Twitter.

Meanwhile here is a SPARQL endpoint and here are some example URIs: my grandfather and I.

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