Thanks Kingsley, I indeed also want to have some kind of directory. There are a bunch of existing lists outside, I participated in some on GitHub. It would probably make sense to list them in here as a starting point.
There are two aspects to what I have in mind, one technical, one non-technical:
- I would like to bootstrap this list the eat your own dogfood way. So I would be perfectly fine with a Turtle file for a start that we maintain in Git and do pull-requests on it for new things. Benefit of Turtle to let’s say CSV is that we can experiment a bit in what form such a list would be useful. In a second step one obviously wants to builds one or more “webapps” on top of it so we can search it better and show how RDF helps on that. That was the technical part.
- For the non-technical part, I do not want to have a list that lists every triplestore/tool/library ever created. One thing I find highly annoying is to figure out which of the 1000 options people give me actually is a) doing something useful and b) still actively maintained. I sometimes spend days to figure out that some code is simply not worth spending any more time on it. So my idea is to list resources that are worth exploring.