About Tupelo

Tupelo is a data and metadata management system based on semantic web technologies. Tupelo provides a variety of generic utilities for managing data and metadata using both best-of-breed semantic database implementations such as Jena and Sesame, as well as ordinary storage technologies such as flat files. Tupelo makes data and metadata portable across a variety of Contexts and deployment scenarios, including desktop applications, web-based applications, and more complex distributed architectures. Its use of global identification and explicit semantics means that metadata created and managed with Tupelo can be easily exported and used by a wide variety of RDF-aware tools and technologies.

Welcome to our new website

Welcome to the Tupelo project website. This website contains downloadable software, documentation, and project information about the Tupelo Semantic Content repository.

The website is organized around the topic hierarchy in the left navigation panel. To quickly see a sortable list of all content on the site, go to the Site Index.

Tupelo 2.6; how to get it

Tupelo 2.6 is located in SVN at

https://opensource.ncsa.illinois.edu/svn/tupelo/

the Maven repository now contains 2.6 jars and poms at:

http://dlt-dev.ncsa.uiuc.edu/m2/

we are not providing single-archive downloads at the moment. If you want one, please request it at futrelle (at) illinois.edu

Tupelo 2.5 released

The Tupelo team is delighted to announce the availability of Tupelo 2.5.

Source code is available for checkout at the following SVN tag:

https://svn.ncsa.uiuc.edu/svn/tupelo/tags/2.5/

Maven project descriptors and artifacts can be found in our Maven repository. Group ID "org.tupeloproject".

Watch this space for further release documentation, and see the release notes for an overview.

Tupelo 2.5 release candidates available

Tupelo 2.5 release candidates are being tagged in SVN

The SVN tags are here:

https://svn.ncsa.uiuc.edu/svn/tupelo/tags/

Tags for Tupelo 2.5 release candidates are in the form 2.5-rc{n} where n is the number of the release candidate. For example, 2.5 release candidate 2 is available at:

https://svn.ncsa.uiuc.edu/svn/tupelo/tags/2.5-rc2

Tupelo 2.5 brings with it a number of new features, enhancements, and bug fixes.

For details on issues, see JIRA.

We hope to reach Tupelo 2.5 final in the next few days.

Tupelo 2.4.3 released

The Tupelo team is delighted to announce the availability of Tupelo 2.4.3.

You can get it from our SVN repository. Use this URL with your SVN client:

https://svn.ncsa.uiuc.edu/svn/tupelo/tags/2.4.3/

For more information see the release notes.

We welcome feedback on the release. Please contact Joe Futrelle at futrelle@illinois.edu with any comments, suggestions, reports, etc. You can also submit bug reports to our bug tracking system.

Tupelo 2.4.2 release candidate 1 tagged

The Tupelo team is delighted to announce the availability of Tupelo 2.4.2 release candidate 1.

You can get it from our SVN repository. Use this URL with your SVN client:

https://svn.ncsa.uiuc.edu/svn/tupelo/tags/2.4.2-rc1/

For more information see the release notes.

We welcome feedback on the release candidate. Please contact Joe Futrelle at futrelle@illinois.edu with any comments, suggestions, reports, etc.

Tupelo 2.4.1 released

Tupelo 2.4.1 has been released.

See the release notes for details.

Tupelo 2.4 released

Tupelo 2.4 has been released. Watch this website for new information about the release.

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