Boston Drupal Meetup - MIT - May 3, 2011 @ 6:30 pm

Susan MacPhee's picture
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2011-05-03 18:30 - 20:30 America/New_York
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User group meeting

Note: ROOM and FLOOR CHANGE - E51-145, same building

We will be hosted by the Sustainability@MIT – MIT Drupal Group in Cambridge in Building E51 - Tang Center in E51-145. Thanks again to Ed Carlevale and MIT for hosting us.

Parking and Transportation:
After 3pm, there is an unattended MIT lot folks can use. It is Hayward Lot http://whereis.mit.edu/?go=P5

Lightning Talks

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to present for 10 minutes on a topic of their choosing. You may show off your Drupal site, ask some questions of the audience, give a module demonstration, share some marketing ideas for Drupal, and so on. Just keep it brief. No expertise or planning required - just do it.

Dinner

After the meetup, some of us will continue the conversation over dinner at MIT's Muddy Charles Pub. We will likely pre-order some pizza so it meets us there. We'll take a count about half way through the meeting.

Please plan on bringing $10 to participate in pre-ordering food and some drinks.

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Links from the talk on RDF

scor's picture

Lin Clark's wonderful SPARQL Views which I used for the demo (check the second article below for instructions on how to set it up).

IBM developerWorks articles: The Semantic Web, Linked Data and Drupal, Part 1 Expose your data using RDF, Part 2 Combine linked datasets with Drupal 7 and SPARQL Views

We'll be meeting this Saturday for an RDF code sprint in Cambridge, sign up or contact me if you are interested in joining us.

Linked Open Data puzzle

scor's picture

Just came across this nice diagram, summarizes pretty well what we talked about on Tuesday night, with all the layers around RDF and SPARQL: http://www.timdavies.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/Diagrams-Elements-of-the-...

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