@happybeing the #SolidProject "media strategy" doesn't use the hashtag "#Solid". <https://github.com/solid/communication/blob/master/social-media-strategy.md>
On the other hand, the official Mastodon account @Solid is basically dead.
The Solid Project itself seems to be lagging/playing catchup in general, leaning (too) heavily on stuff like 2010s-era venues like Twitter, GitHub, and Gitter instead of the tech/outlets most spiritually compatible with the principles of Solid and linked data and most attractive to "indie" makers, so...
And in that regard, I prefer to use #SolidProject as well, because there are so many unrelated projects with the same name, some of which have a very similar audience. Or both, just to be sure :)
@happybeing I happened to stumble upon the "Delightful Linked Data" list that @humanetech is building. It looks that there are some gems to be found.
@happybeing Late feedback: I managed to get a #Trelllis #LDP server running. There are many configuration options, but it seems to be a pretty light-weight and robust piece of software (first glance). :-)
I also found sparql-client on PyPI, but it doesn't seem up to date with Python 3.8 :-/
@jonny I'm not as far into the technology as I intended to. But I have found the "Open Research Knowledge Graph" and a research group on that, among other projects of Professor Sören Auer
The video is also a good overview of todays semantic technology and may be a good starting point.
I am very much into Linked Data. I think RDF is an excellent data model for decentralized and open-world applications...even for post-Web applications and networks.
I've been tinkering with a couple of things in that direction. For example how to make RDF content-addressable (https://openengiadina.net/papers/content-addressable-rdf.html).
This Mastodon instance is for people interested in technology. Discussions aren't limited to technology, because tech folks shouldn't be limited to technology either!