The PROV-O Ontology
PROV-O is a W3C standard for interchanging provenance on the Web. The official URI fro PROV-O is http://www.w3.org/ns/prov#. PROV-O is not included as part of the repository, as it was developed and archived in the W3C.
The Open Provenance Model for Workflows (OPMW)
Workflow Fragment Description Ontology (Wf-fd)
Workflow Invocation Ontology (Wf-invoc)
Workflow Motif Vocabulary (wf-motifs)
Ontology for describing Workflow Motifs. Workflow Motifs outline the kinds of data-intensive activities that are observed in workflows (data-operation motifs) and the different manners in which activities are implemented within workflows (workflow-oriented motifs). The official URI for the wf-motifs ontology is http://purl.org/net/wf-motifs.
The Research Object Model (RO)
Family of ontologies that can be used together to define a Research Object. The family of ontologies is composed of four main ontologies: RO, Wfdesc, Wfprov and Roevo. The official URI for the family of specifications is http://purl.org/wf4ever/ro. This repository is available on Github: http://wf4ever.github.io/ro/
The Research Object Optimization Extension (RO-opt)
The Video Game Ontology (vgo)
The Video Game Ontology is aimed at modelling video game related information. The main goal is to capture knowledge about events that happen in video games and information about players. The official URI for the vgo is http://purl.org/net/vgo. In Github, the vgo is stored here: https://github.com/dgarijo/VideoGameOntology
Vocabulary for people to publish their software in order for it to be accessible to other users, allow others to run it, cite it, understand it, and use it in their experiments. The official URI for OntoSoft is: http://ontosoft.org/software/. On Github, OntoSoft is stored here: https://github.com/geosoft-earthcube/ontosoft
Vocabulary for representing the terms exposed in the Otalex Atlas. The official URI for the Otalex otnology is: http://vocab.linkeddata.es/datosabiertos/def/medio-ambiente/otalex#.
Ontology network that represents many features form interest from a region and their relationships (from rivers to airports). I didn't create the vocabulary, but I contributed in creating the documentation. The official URI of the ontology network is: http://geo.linkeddata.es/ontology/.