Great news about the sandbox and even grater news about next release - I started to work with RSS feeds produced out of Ask queries on TechPresentations.org and iCal will be a great addition to that as well. I'm not even talking about SPARQL support - this will be a breakthrough step for the project.
we have a new dedicated site for trying out Semantic MediaWiki:
This site can be used for all scary and immoral experiments you may want to do
with SMW. The current content has been copied from ontoworld.org a.k.a
semanticweb.org, so there is enough to play with. Do not use
semanticweb.org/ontoworld.org for experiments any more.
So ontoworld.org has finally been split properly into three wikis:
* http://semantic-mediawiki.org for SMW documentation
* http://sandbox.semantic-mediawiki.org for SMW testing
* http://www.semanticweb.org as Semantic Web wiki
Obviously, http://www.semanticweb.org now could really use some clean-up. We
appreciate any help in deleting all pages that are not on-topic. Basically,
we wish to keep only pages related to sem-web technology and events, people,
and geographical information (countries, cities). All test pages should
vanish sometime soon. We also would like to rework the main portal to become
more user-oriented, but this will probably need some more time. Volunteers
for helping us to shape the "Semantic Web Homepage" are of course welcome.
P.S. The next release of SMW is also coming forward. It includes some new
experimental features like iCal export  and RDF storage binding (includes
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