Ok, the first annotations are up (crudely). The choice of what to start with was fairly arbitrary, though these had the advantage of being very simple. The paper cited is just a survey of Tetragnatha species that turned up first in the alphabetized list of publications. I have about 150 more annotations sitting in a spreadsheet waiting for the infrastructure to settle down. Of course there is also a lot more to do with both the OWL generation (publications currently have nothing but their doi’s or internal ids) and the display (e.g., each of the labels correponds URI that could be linked, though OntoBee pages aren’t the most friendly).
The server is a bit slow, meaning I’m close to hitting the limits of the AWS micro-instance I’ve been serving from for the past 18 months. Probably time to start planning the upgrade (which also may involve switching from Ubuntu to Debian).
For now though, I’ll enjoy what’s there and add more goodies within the limits.