Ontopia Runs on Raspberry Pi by Kevin Trainor.
From the post:
I am pleased to report that I have had the Ontopia Topic Maps software running on my Raspberry Pi for the past week. Ontopia is a suite of open source tools for building, maintaining and deploying Topic Maps-based applications. The Raspberry Pi is an ultra-affordable ARM GNU/Linux box based upon the work of the Raspberry Pi Foundation. My experience in running the out-of-the-box Ontopia apps (Ontopoly topic map editor, Omnigator topic map browser, and Vizigator topic map vizualizer) has been terrific. Using the Raspberry Pi to run the Apache Tomcat server that hosts the Ontopia software, response time is as good or better than I have experienced when hosting the Ontopia software on a cloud-based Linux server at my ISP. Topic maps open quickly in all three applications and navigation from topic to topic within each application is downright snappy.
As you will see in my discussion of testing below, I have experienced good results with up to two simultaneous users. So, my future test plans include testing with more simultaneous users and testing with the Ontopia RDBMS Backend installed. Based upon the performance that I have experienced so far, I have high hopes. Stay tuned for further reports.
What a great way to introduce topic maps to experimenters!
Awaiting future results! (And for a Raspberry PI to arrive!)
See also: A Raspberry Pi Supercomputer