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The Inventaire Project is an effort to move forward on the front of accessing information on resources using libre software powered by open knowledge. This ideal is being materialized in the form of inventaire.io, a libre book sharing webapp, inviting everyone to make the inventory of their physical books, declare what they want to do with it (giving, sharing, selling), as well as who should be able to see it (shared publicly through e.g. ActivityPub, or only visible by your friends and groups).

To power those inventories with structured bibliographic data, inventaire.io is also playing the role of a Wikidata-federated open and contributive bibliographic database, extending wikidata.org data with Wikidata-compatible entities (CC0, shared data schema) tailored to our needs, but ready to be pushed to Wikidata when the data contributor deems it appropriate. This linked open data architecture allows users to build their inventories on a huge open knowledge graph, that we believe will, in time, offer exceptional discovery capabilities. Now that this first base of inventories and contributive bibliographic data has reached a certain level of maturity, we want to start moving forward on the next challenges: introduce curation and recommendation mechanisms, improve search tools, offer finer privacy settings, and move forward on decentralization.

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This project was funded through the NGI0 Discovery Fund, a fund established by NLnet with financial support from the European Commission's Next Generation Internet programme, under the aegis of DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology under grant agreement No 825322.

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