[Haskell-cafe] Semantic Synchrony: some open-source knowledge graph software
jeffbrown.the at gmail.com
Tue Apr 11 06:34:19 UTC 2017
I should have mentioned that the front end is simple, resembling an
ordinary text editor. There are only 25 commands
user has to learn; no programming is needed.
On Mon, Apr 10, 2017 at 3:40 PM, Jeffrey Brown <jeffbrown.the at gmail.com>
> Esteemed Haskellers,
> Semantic Synchrony is an open-source knowledge graph server with an Emacs
> front end. It integrates with Chrome and Git. Git allows a graph to be
> selectively shared, as a collection of repositories. Subgraphs can be
> created and edited using indented plain text or Markdown; the latter allows
> nodes to serve double-duty as edge labels, by linking to them in section or
> subsection headings. The front end and server communicate using simple JSON.
> We are open to taking it in new directions.
> For hacking it, check out our invitation to coders. For learning more
> about it, check out the wiki, which is thorough and friendly -- it even
> including videos.
>  github.com/synchrony/smsn-why/blob/master/invitations/to-coders.md
>  github.com/synchrony/smsn/wiki
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