The Web Data Principles are a simple set of guidelines about how to make structured information more useful on the Web. The Web Data Principles are a set of simple principles and patterns, and not a specific set of technologies. For a much more detailed set of recommendations, you might want to check out the W3C's "Data on the Web Best Practices" document
The Web Data Principles are more liberal than the 5-star model of Linked Data, which makes specific statements about required technologies. In addition, the Web Data Principles do not propose a hierarchy of stars. Each star can be awarded individually, and it is thus up to the providers of Web Data to decide which of the five principles they are following.
Click on each individual principle to learn more about it. For each principle, it is described why it matters, what is necessary to implement the principle, and how it can be done with specific technologies and techniques.
Web Data was switched to using Jekyll today. There still are many things to do and clean up, but at least now Web Data has its own domain and a...