Serenoa project (FP7-ICT-2009-5. Internet of Services, Software and Virtualization - STREP) is aimed at developing a novel, open platform for enabling the creation of context-sensitive service front-ends (SFEs). From the point of view of Serenoa, a context-sensitive SFE provides a user interface
... [More] (UI) that exhibits some capability to be aware of the context and to react to changes of this context in a continuous way. As a result such a UI will be adapted to a person's devices, tasks, preferences, and abilities, thus improving people's satisfaction and performance compared to traditional SFEs based on manually designed UIs. [Less]
SemRadar is a browser extension which inspects web pages for links to Semantic Web metadata and informs about presence of it by showing an icon in browser's status bar. Currently it supports RDF autodiscovery (SIOC, FOAF, DOAP and any type) and RDFa metadata detection. It pings the detected files to PingTheSemanticWeb.com.
SWAML, pronounced [swæml], is a research project around the semantic web technologies to publish the mailing lists' archives into a RDF format. It has been developed by the CTIC Foundation and the WESO-RG at University of Oviedo (Spain). You can visit the project page at BerliOS for more details.
SWAML reads a collection of email messages stored in a mailbox (from a mailing list compatible with RFC 4155) and generates a RDF description. It is written in Python using SIOC as the main ontology to represent in RDF a mailing list. [Less]
Vapour is a web-based validator tool developed by CTIC Foundation to check the compliance of a web site against the recipes described in the Best Practices Recipes for Publishing RDF Vocabularies (W3C Working Draft).