A random list of who's using Sgvizler:
- Fumihiro Kato / 加藤 文彦 has some slides: http://www.slideshare.net/fumihiro/sgvizler
- SPARQL City, http://sparqlcity.com/, is using it for the GUI of its SPARQL endpoint, SPARQLverse
- Bob DuCharme is blogging about it: http://www.snee.com/bobdc.blog/2013/09/making-charts-out-of-sparql-qu.html
- Vinge Free is using it in the V in the Explore, Query and Visualiztation tool: http://www.vingefree.com/explore-query-visualize/
- DBPedia is listing it: http://wiki.dbpedia.org/Applications
- PoolParty is demoing with it: http://blog.semantic-web.at/2013/11/27/linked-data-based-search-make-use-of-linked-data-to-provide-means-for-complex-queries/
- Computas is using it for its LOD represenation of Norwegian and Swedish governmental data: http://www.karde.no/Experiences%20with%20organizational%20linked%20data%20in%20Norway%20and%20Sweden.pdf
Testing out the blog...
We are in the midst of migrating the project from http://sgvizler.googlecode.com to http://dev.data2000.no/sgvizler (this site). The move is motivated by the somewhat poor website/wiki possibilities at googlecode (e.g., no edit preview of wiki pages, no simple publishing of html files) and the many features of trac (e.g., lots of plugins and macros), and the upcoming release of version 0.6 which comes with a better API and accompanying documentation. For this we want better publishing capabilities.
Almost all content from the googlecode project is moved into its new place; the missing bits are the downloads, figuring out what, if anything, to do with the mailinglist, and users. It would be good to let people sign in with their whatever accounts, but for the time being we will simply let sending tickets be open for all. To edit wiki pages and commit to the repository an account is needed; let me know if you would like to contribute.
Before this site is publicly advertised as open for business, the wiki pages for 0.6 must be written and 0.6 properly released.