Final catch-up post with another 8 entries covered today.
Hopefully over the coming weeks I’ll be able to get back to a once-a-day or every-other-day publishing schedule.
Watch out for the January batch update during the coming week!
5 more entries posted today. Still in catch-up mode…
First of the “catch-up” posts today. The main changes ontologically is in the expression of the temporal relationships between events as mentioned in an earlier post. I intend to expand on this in more detail at a later date.
The Pepys-Map is a topic map of the people, places and events described in the famous 17th Century diaries of Samuel Pepys.
This round-up topic map covers all of the entries from June 1661 through to December 1661. You can either download the full XTM representation of Pepys-Map or browse the HTML rendition of Pepys-Map online,
Sorry for the brief lull in the postings – and the late arrival of the December update.
Normal service will be resumed ASAP
Todays posting is a catch up of the new year period.
Starting from the entries for 1662, I’ve chosen to make the ordering of events a bit more explicit in the topic map. Rather than relying on sort names to imply an ordering between the events that occur on a day, I now use the start-after role to indicate a sequence of one event following another.