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Proceedings of the eleventh international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '02
Metadata for the World Wide Web is important, but metadata for Peer-to-Peer (P2P) networks is absolutely crucial. In this paper we discuss the open source project Edutella which builds upon metadata standards defined for the WWW and aims to provide an RDFbased metadata infrastructure for P2P applications, building on the recently announced JXTA Framework. We describe the goals and main services this infrastructure will provide and the architecture to connect Edutella Peers based on exchange ofdoi:10.1145/511523.511525 fatcat:az72hps3vzcc3iflnhgtcssapi