Welcome to the Semantic Web group in Drupal. This group was started at DrupalCon Barcelona 2007 and includes discussions on how to integrate the Semantic Web technologies into Drupal and list the various effort of the community towards enabling RDF in Drupal. Drupal 7 comes with native RDFa support in core. If you want extra RDF capabilities such as other serialization formats and SPARQL support, checkout the RDF Extensions, SPARQL and SPARQL Views contributed projects. If you need support or have found a bug in one of the fore mentioned projects, please file a ticket in their issue tracker (block on the right on each project page).
Is there any idea?
- The goal of the Drupal Social Initiative (Social API) is to harmonise Social Networking functionality in Drupal; provide more functionality to end-users; provide easier site creation and configuration to site administrators and developers; and enable easier module maintenance for developers.
- Add more ideas...
- Provide a common interface to access common functions across multiple social networks. Making it easier for:
- Developers to create and maintain social network integration modules.
- Site builders to utilise social network integration modules that harmoniously work together.
- Users to access social networks functionality.
- Let's work on clarifying these objectives over the next few weeks leading up to the Abstracting Social Networking functionality in Drupal sprint.
- There are numerous modules for Drupal social networking integration.
- Connecting with other networks
- Pulling in content
- Pushing out content
- What else?
I need to create ‘on the fly’ SPARQL queries to retrieve instances of my custom content types. I am currently using the ARC SPARQL+ Endpoint UI, but the node values returned are not hotlinks making it inconvenient.
From what I have read, it seems that SparqlViews does not offer the flexibility that I need to create lots of queries dynamically. I didn’t see any other alternatives to the ARC SPARQL+ Endpoint UI when I searched Drupal Modules.Read more
Hi, how are you?
I am an ontologist. Recently, I am using the Drupal 6 for the project. Unfortunately, I can not upgrade the current system into Drupal 7 which has RDF as a core item. I would like to generate RDF from the contents in Drupal 6. I know that we have some modules which allow to generate RDF from Drupal 6. However, I installed it and tried to do it, but there were some problems of ARC2. I gave up to do it at that moment.
Now, I would like to do it again.
Is there any documentation to generate RDF from the content in Drupal 6 including what modules I need to use?
I am new babie drupal developer. I have created some site in drupal 7. One of my client ask me to provide the RDF functionality to website.
I have read many article in internet about RDF. As I know, there is "RDF" module in core of Drupal 7.
But I am not sure, only installing "RDF" module will provide me all functionality regarding "RDF", as I am not getting any "RDF" file for the website or any content page.
Can any one suggest me, which step I need to follow?
Thanks in advance.
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For those attending DrupalCon Denver, there will be a BoF tomorrow (Tuesday) at 5:00pm-6:00pm in room 210: http://denver2012.drupal.org/bof/rdf-drupal
The majority of the BoF rooms have no projector (including the one we'll use), so we'll focus on conversations rather than demos.
can I use the schema.org vocabulary to a non-english site(greek site) ?Will I have the same benefits if I would use it to an english site?
Thanks in advance
Part of what it takes to build a good module is sometimes taking away code that doesn't pull its weight. In this spirit, the maintainers of RDFx have decided to remove Evoc, the External Vocabulary Importer module, and related code from the RDFx package. This does not affect Drupal core's storage or handling of RDF mappings.
NOTE: This will not impact any mappings, it will only remove the autocomplete functionality from RDF UI.Read more
|BackReference||6.x-1.1||Syncs a CCK Node Reference from one node to another with a CCK Node Reference in the reverse direction.||D6: CCK and Node Reference||Recommends Corresponding node references for D7.|
|Corresponding node references||6.x-4.1, 7.x-4.22||Syncs a CCK Node Reference from one node to another with a CCK Node Reference in the reverse direction.||D6: CCK and Node Reference
|Active, 3021 installs|
|Entity reference||7.x-1.0-rc1||Provides a field type that can reference arbitrary entities of a type.||13558 installs|
|Node Hierarchy||5.x-1.3, 6.x-1.4, 7.x-2.x-dev||Allows nodes to be children of other nodes. Supplies menus and breadcrumbs,||Active, 3548 installs|
|NodeReferrer||6.x-1.0-rc2, 7.x-1.x-dev||Provides and populates a read-only CCK field which identifies CCK Node Reference referring nodes.||Maintenance fixes only, 4562 installs|
|Node Relationships||6.x-1.6||Enhances CCK Nodereference with view /edit /create /search /translate options, provides automatic back references and reports.||D6: CCK and Node Reference, Views, Modal Frame API, jQuery UI||Unknown, 5075 installs|
|Relation||7.x-1.0-rc3||API for directional and symmetrical relations between entities. Stores relations as entities. Arguably the most flexible, but most ambitious of the four D7 reference projects.||Active, 4508 installs|
|References||7.x-2.0||D7 port of CCK Node Reference and User Reference fields. Could soon be deprecated in favor of Relation or Entity Reference.||Maintenance fixes only. 41962 installs|
|Reverse Node Reference||6.x-1.0||Provides a Views relationship connecting the node with one linking to it with CCK Node Reference, allowing for complex lookups.||Features provided by References in D7||No further development|
|Trees||6.x-1.1||Allows users to structure nodes into one or more hierarchies or outlines, and provides blocks for parent, sibling, and child nodes.||Maintenance fixes only|
can anybody give me advice? What is difference between D7 and Semantic CMS (D7 also) made by IKS projekt? (available at http://semantic-cms.info/). I took all modules from S-CMS and have instaled on my D7 site (Aloha editor, Apache stanbol). But when I enable Apache stanbol I can´t edit text and also make contet. Its imposible to save it. I can make changes and save it, his problem relates only to content.
I'm building a newspaper website and am trying to use best practices with regards to metadata and semantic web.
To this end, I'm thinking it makes sense to use some sort of semantic web schema for articles. I've found two:Read more
Just wanted to let you know that I just put up a small and simple new module (sandbox atm) that i would love to get some input on from the brave semantic soldiers in this group.
I still have some work planned on it to make it even more universal, but at the moment it supports most SPARQL endpoints out-of-the-box. It is a module to do content enrichment from SPARQL endpoints entirely client side (JSON with callback), so Drupal sites don't have to slow down while waiting for a response from external services.Read more
I would like to ask if the Good Relations vocabulary will be available for Drupal.
Also,can I use this vocabulary to a site that has products but it's not an e-commerce site?
I would like to create a social network of people and use the schema.org module/vocabulary.
According to the drupal tutorial http://drupal.org/node/1351214 it says to create a new content type for people.
"Go to Structure -> Content Types -> Add content-type and create a content type with the following name and description:
Person that uses schema.org Person Type and Properties"
But how a content type can log in?
Am i missing something?I would be very thankful for any reply.
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We are working on importing profile information from social networks. I have been looking at the RDFx module, because it includes ARC2 as a data store.Read more
I came across this project.
Is this something we should co-operate with so as to include parts of this project in Drupal?