2nd RuleML Rulebase Competition announces a 500USD Award

    RuleML Inc announces a US$500 Award for the best RuleML Rulebase of 2015. This year we expect rulebases using Reaction RuleML 1.0 (http://reaction.ruleml.org/1.0 ) altghough Deliberation RuleML 1.01 (http://deliberation.ruleml.org/1.01 ) is accepted too.

    Submitted rulebases must contain at  least 20 (Assert/Query) rules and can be about any domain of knowledge.
    They may be translated from other languages (which must be mentioned in submissions) but need to be cleared for
    possible publication on the RuleML website in the source language as well as in RuleML XML.

    The rulebase competition is part of the 9th International RuleML Challenge 2015, http://2015.ruleml.org/challenge.html

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    W3C celebrates its 20th anniversary

    This month W3C celebrates its 20th anniversary ( Follow the event online with ). It was created in 1994 "to develop the World-Wide Web into a global information infrastructure capable of supporting commercial as well as research activities."

    In a 1994 press release about the launch of W3C, Director Tim Berners-Lee explained:

    “The decision to form the consortium came at the urging of many firms investing increasing resources into the Web, whether in creation of software products, selling information, or for sharing information within their own companies, with business partners and the public at large.”

    Join W3C at the W3C 20th Anniversary Symposium and Gala Dinner on 29 October in Santa Clara, California.

    See also the W3C Blog entry.