(Obviously, these are only the major software developments, and only of the past 10-15 years; previous projects have no trace on the Web…)
- SPARQLWrapper, a wrapper around a SPARQL service for Python. Moved to SorceForge, under the watchful eyes of Sergio Fernandez and Carlos Tejo, who is now, essentially, maintaining the package. It has also become part of the standard Debian distribution.
- pyRdfa, an RDFa 1.1 distiller on top of Python’s RDFLib package. The module is also deployed as an online RDFa distiller service. This software will soon be added to the core RDFLib distribution as an RDFa 1.1 parser plugin.
- pyMicrodata, an Microdata to RDF software on top of Python’s RDFLib package. The module is also deployed as an online Microdata to RDF distiller service. This software will soon be added to the core RDFLib distribution as a Microdata parser plugin.
- SPARQL engine for Python, included in the latest release of the RDFLib package. Michel Pelletier and Chimezie Ogbuji added an SPARQL Language parser, too, yielding a SPARQL implementation for Python.
- OWL RL module on top of Pythons RDFLib. The function in the module calculates the Closure graph, following the specification of the OWL 2 RL profile. This software is also at the basis of a RDFS and OWL 2 RL generator service.
- Graph Visualization Framework (GVF), also referred here and there as “Royere”, developed with Scott Marshall and Guy Melançon. It is currently at SourceForge, and it has gone its own way by now…