There is a very good question and nice answers to the question "where can I learn about the Semantic Web?" on this site, and more generally this site is giving a lot of useful information for beginners in the Semantic Web, but it is in English and all references are in English too. What can I do if I want to provide useful links to people who are not fluent in English?

Please provide references along with the language in which they are written.

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Spanish

French

Norwedgian, Swedish or Danish

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asked 14 Feb '12, 18:09

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I'm afraid, this question isn't particularly useful for me, if I'm not an English speaker, as long as the question and the answers to it are only available in English. :-)

(21 Feb '12, 18:20) Michael Schn... ♦ Michael%20Schneider's gravatar image

Michael, the question and the answers are directed to people who are English speakers. As the question reads: "What can I do if I want to provide useful links to people who are not fluent in English?"

(22 Feb '12, 02:56) Antoine Zimm... ♦ Antoine%20Zimmermann's gravatar image

It would be easier if you include what languages you speak :-)

I have this idea for a while of a Spanish-based site with information about Linked Data, http://linkeddata.cl . For now I only have one tutorial but I expect to upload more in a near future. Of course, any help is more than welcome :-)

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answered 14 Feb '12, 18:23

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I intentionally avoided mentioning a language because I don't want to give more important to one over another.

(15 Feb '12, 02:14) Antoine Zimm... ♦ Antoine%20Zimmermann's gravatar image

For French speakers: there is a Semantic Web section on Developpez.com. Their documents are usually pretty good for beginners.

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answered 15 Feb '12, 04:41

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If you're a speaker of Norwegian/Swedish/Danish, there are several commercial and non-commercial offerings (in the form of workshops). Companies like Computas, and institutions like NTNU have run workshops for interested parties.

(Disclaimer: I ran the workshops for NTNU)

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answered 22 Feb '12, 03:19

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Some more links to French resources:

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answered 22 Feb '12, 06:36

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