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German Semantic Web Project Seeks Open-Source Experts

Aug 21, 2007, 16:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by John Blau)

"Theseus, the German government-funded program to develop new semantic Web technologies, will launch a competition in November to attract talented software programmers, including experts from the open-source community.

"'We want to attract bright minds to the project and let them work with the many other experts we have on board from the participating businesses, research institutes and universities,' said Stefan Wess, managing director of Empolis, which is in charge of coordinating the Theseus project, at a conference in Cologne, Germany, on Friday..."

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