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Semantic content management: consuming and producing RDF in Drupal

by Project Manager / Web Manager at UKOLN on Jul 20, 2010

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Presentation slides from 'Session A1: RDFa from theory to practice' at the Institutional Web Management Workshop (IWMW 2010), Sheffield, UK.

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  • tcbukoln Thom Bunting, Project Manager / Web Manager at UKOLN Thanks for this update, Stephane. I appreciate that Drupal community has taken on board this lesson about importance of timely, coordinated release. Along with lots of people, I look forward to official Drupal 7 release and availability of updated & new 'contributed' modules building on core RDF functionality.

    Yesterday I published a blog post with some more analysis of current 'state of play' in CMS engagement with linked data resources:
    http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/jisc-ie/blog/2010/09/15/consuming-and-producing-linked-data-in-a-content-management-system/
    Framed in a broader perspective than my presentation here on Slideshare, that blog post emphasises the important role of content management systems such as Drupal. Democratising the means of production and consumption on linked data is a step change, and it's very good to see Drupal leading on this.
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  • scorlosquet scorlosquet Great slides and excellent insight on the history of RDF in Drupal! Quick note about what you said in slide 15: ' Full range of v.7 RDF ‘contributed’ modules not likely to be available from day one of Drupal 7 release '

    We did that mistake for Drupal 6 a couple of years back and we've learnt from it. For Drupal 7, there is a 'D7CX' effort to make sure the top 40 contributed modules have a Drupal 7 release when Drupal 7 core is release. You can read about it at http://cyrve.com/d7cx, and if you check http://drupal.org/project/modules?filters=drupal_core%3A103 you will see that many modules have already started upgrading to Drupal 7, a few are even already in alpha.
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