I'll start working in my proposal in Google Docs, so I can share it to make some comments.
My cwiki usuer is *julio.caguanob. * *Regards,* *Julio.* 2018-02-23 14:10 GMT-05:00 lewis john mcgibbney <lewi...@apache.org>: > Hello Julio, > Thanks for your interest in the project. Responses inline > > On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 9:00 AM, <dev-digest-h...@any23.apache.org> wrote: > > > From: Julio Caguano <julio.cagua...@gmail.com> > > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > > Cc: > > Bcc: > > Date: Fri, 23 Feb 2018 00:18:20 -0500 > > Subject: [GOSC 2018] - Implement ability to use librdfa - 295 > > Dear. > > > > I am Julio Caguano, an undergraduate student of Computer Science at > > University of Cuenca in Ecuador and I would like to participate in the > GOSC > > 2018 program with this project . I have been playing with semantic > > technologies (i.e. RDF, SPARQL) for a while, as part of some of my > > subjects. Also I have a decent knowledge of the Java language and know > the > > fundamentals of C/C++. > > > > Cool. > > > > > > I was taking a look to Any23 source code and I noticed it uses RDF4J so > the > > implementation of the new RDFa parser should be done through the RDFParse > > interface of that framework, am I right?. > > > Possibly... but I think your suggestion below is more accurate. > > > > On the other hand, I was thinking > > that the Java - C/C++ communication could be performed via JNI (Java > Native > > Interface), loading compiled objects of librdfa as libraries and invoking > > them with native calls in Java. What do you think?, do you have a better > > approach for the bridge problem in mind?. > > > > I think this sounds like the good path. We have to describe, document then > produce the interfaces for the JNI bridge. We would also need to develop > some comprehensive bench marking tests ... possibly a parser integration > test to compare the runtime performance over a given document dataset. > > > > > > Also I was wondering if the librdfa library should be included somehow in > > the Any23 project as a dependency or is it better to keep it separated > and > > devise a post installation process to add the needed files for the new > RDFa > > parser. > > > > librdfa is licensed in various ways... there is an option for an Apache > License v2.0, so we could actually package it as a dependency along with > Any23. > https://github.com/rdfa/librdfa/blob/master/LICENSE-apache-2.0 > I think that we could visit this in more detail within the near future. > This is an excellent consideration however so thank you for raising the > issue. > > Please voice your interest on the JIRA ticket and begin thinking about > getting your proposal together. > > I would also highly encourage you to create a 2018 area for GSoC within the > Any23 wiki > https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/ANY23/Google+Summer+of+Code > You can use the 2015 template to get you started. > Please send me your wiki username so that i can grant you perms for the > wiki. > Thannk you > > > > > Regards, > > Julio > > > > https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ANY23-295 > > > > >