I've stumbled across some older, but still very interesting articles by Kurt Cagle regarding combining Drupal and XML technologies:
- Drupal as Open Architecture
- XProc: Drupal, XML Pipelines and RESTful Services
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I hope this isn't a dumb question, but do the drupal RDF* modules support having a separate RDF database like Neo4j or others?
It seems that any full-scale semantic application implemented with Drupal will very quickly grind to a halt if the data is stored in an RDBMS.
If there's been any discussion, drupalcon talks, or similar on this subject, I'd be very interested to click on that.
I have startup a website that make use of RDF knowledge from wiki.dbpedia.org/ now it's up and running but still in crawling baby phase. The aim of the website is to let user find the information quickly, easily and get more informative and useful information from the linked knowledge. The website is at http://qwerq.com/ , to browser the knowledge try those link in Structured Knowledge section.
That's one of the component, the website also have common functional tools, such as currency converter, unit converter, dictionary, calculator, simple text processing, etc.Read more
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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
I would like to ask if and when Drupal Commerce will support semantic web standars such as ontologies,etc.
Is there any route of this?
I was wanting to produce RDF files for each member of a large online community of writers. It is using Drupal 7, so it has RDFa and many vocabularies "out of the box." I might want to add doac (description of a career), vcard RDF vocab, and perhaps bio.
I don't know if it is possible to go in now and create a file structure for holding data files that relate to each person. For example, starting with FOAF, I'd want to have a folders structure such as:
or better yet:
[user's real name/foaf.rdf