This is the permanent status page for JpegRDF. JpegRDF is an application for extracting, storing, and updating RDF metadata about JPEG images. Version 2.3.0, with support for the MakerNote field from Canon cameras, is now available.
RDF in JPEG images. The RDF is stored in the JPEG comment field inside
the image file and may be created by extracting information from the
image's EXIF data (if it has any).
This version of
JpegRDF includes support for decoding
MakerNote field from Canon digital cameras.
The current release is 2.3.0 from 27 April 2005. This is a stable release; it is implemented in Java and runs on any platform that supports Jena 2.x. You can get “jpegrdf” from the download page on SourceForge. It is available under the Apache Software License. Portions derived from code published by the W3C may be under a different license.
2.2.1, from 07 June 2004 was a stable release that included a few bug fixes.
1.5.1, from 28 December 2003 was a stable release implemented on top of the Jena 1.x repository.
JpegRDF is maintained by Norman Walsh. Please report any bugs that you encounter.
If you’d like to become
involved with JpegRDF, you can
the CVS repository or access it directly from
:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/jpegrdf. The module name is jpegrdf.
JpegRDF was first announced on 12 April 2003.