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    WDF Staff smoseley's Avatar
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    I ask because I was browsing the homepage of www.w3.org today, and on the left hand side where they have various language specifications the name SPARQL jumped out at me...

    ... because I own sparql.com!!!

    I browsed the spec, and saw that it's a query language for RDF, which is an XML spec for resource files... kind of like a super-robust sitemap of the future.

    This is really really interesting, because I've been doing A LOT of work with web-reporting technologies over the last few years, and in fact, intended for sparql.com to be a web-based SQL reporting tool!!!

    I'm excited!

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    Senior Member hyperair's Avatar
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    Good lord. What a coincidence!
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    and you've had it for over 4 years, your defense is safe if they attempt to take it
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