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GoodRelations - The Web Vocabulary for E-Commerce

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GoodRelations is a standardized vocabulary for product, price, and company data that can (1) be embedded into existing static and dynamic Web pages and that (2) can be processed by other computers. This increases the visibility of your products and services in the latest generation of search engines, recommender systems, and other novel applications.

[goodrelations] Semantic markup for knowledge/information?

Ed - 0x1b, Inc. semantics at 0x1b.com
Mon Jun 20 21:21:52 CEST 2011

Maybe something like SIOC would be great long term, for simple/now -
you could use (Open)Calais for tagging KB articles - might be a start.

if you can't frame it as a product offer or request then GoodRelations
is likely OT, not that you can't have GoodRelations RDF in with your
other RDF - open world and all that.

so, how's that IPv6 thing coming ....  ;)


On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 11:10 AM, Keith Redfield <kredfield at juniper.net> wrote:
> Hi,
> This may be a bit OT, since GoodRelations seems to have it’s feet firmly in
> ecommerce. But I am wondering if anyone on-list has insight into how
> semantic markup might be used/levered in knowledge base(KB) /
> knowledge-management domains, such as enterprise technical support. Clearly
> we could add product markup to KB articles _about_ a product. And that’s
> somewhat helpful all by itself. But concepts other than product are
> (usually) contained within – for example in our case, technologies,
> features, specifications, limitations, etc.
> Then my other question is – if we had something, so what? It’s not clear to
> me that the recent advances with Google et al would immediately benefit. But
> I imagine that if all high-tech vendors (for example) whose products have to
> work together (Microsoft, Apple, IBM, Juniper, HP, Oracle etc) adopted such
> markup – it might eventually be easier for consumers  (in the literal sense)
> to find answers. (A simple example would be BestBuy being able to reference
> all articles at apple.com relevant to the iPad you’re browsing…but also even
> the articles at Juniper.net describing our iPad  app)
> I have only a lay-persons interest and knowledge of the topic, so apologies
> if this is way off base, but any re-directs appreciated.
> Regards,
> Keith Redfield
> Juniper Networks, Inc.
> And btw we will hopefully soon have some GR markup on our product support
> pages @ www.juniper.net
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