14 Sep 2009 hugoduncan   » (Journeyer)

A Clojure library for FluidDB

FluidDB, a "cloud" based triple-store, where the objects are immutable and can be tagged by anyone, launched about a month ago. As a another step to getting up to speed with Clojure, I decided to write a client library, and clj-fluiddb was born. The code was very simple, especially as I could base the library on cl-fluiddb, a Common-Lisp library.

I have some ideas I want to try out using FluidDB. It's permission system is one of it's best features, together with the ability to use it for RDF like triples means that it could provide a usable basis for growing the semantic web. My ideas are less grandiose, but might take as long to develop, we'll see...

Syndicated 2009-09-13 00:00:00 from Hugo Duncan

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