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  • Imported after submission deadline is closed! No new submission accepted No PHP hacks, powerful libraries (e.g. SPARQL)
  • Imported after submission deadline is closed! No new submission accepted No PHP hacks, powerful libraries (e.g. SPARQL)
  • Imported after submission deadline is closed! No new submission accepted No PHP hacks, powerful libraries (e.g. SPARQL)
  • Imported after submission deadline is closed! No new submission accepted No PHP hacks, powerful libraries (e.g. SPARQL)
  • Fast development needed for the task Not as powerful as Java, but large community that extends the support

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  • Semantic Web Conference Integration Alex Oberhauser
  • Problem Statement• Integrate the Semantic Web Dog Food metadata into the ESWC conference website o Easychair.org XML => SWDF RDF (Olaf Hartig, Humboldt University Berlin) o SWDF RDF => Drupal content + metadata o Drupal content + metadata => RDF
  • Planning Phase - Questions• How does the source data look like?• How does the mapping look like?• Data import capabilities of Drupal?• Standalone software or Drupal module?• If independent component, what programming language? View slide
  • How does the source data looklike?Answer: Semantic Web Dog Food(SWDF) RDF Dump (mainly own vocabulary) View slide
  • How does the mapping look like?Answer: SWDF -> schema.org ->SWDFJustification: see last presentation
  • Standalone software or Drupalmodule?Answer: Standalone softwareJustification: • Data is imported only once a year • Data is static, not changing on the fly • Easier solution
  • Drupal import capabilities?Answer: RESTful Web Service ModuleJustification: • REST API that allows data import
  • What programming language?Answer: RubyJustification: • Rapid development (scripting language) • Library support for semantic technology • Powerful capabilities for frontend development (see Rails)
  • Architecture
  • Questions?