[open-bibliography] ANN: Fresnel Support in ORDF
william.waites at okfn.org
Sun Jul 11 15:31:32 BST 2010
implementation of fresnel  there is now a functional,
if not quite complete, implementation in Python for
server-side applications  . See for example the vocabulary
at  which is rendered using it.
A couple of vocabulary suggestions for the fresnel list,
* a predicate (we're using ordf:lens) that can exist in a
rdfg:Graph that gives a sensible default for which fresnel
document to use to render it. For example the vocabulary
in  has,
ordf: ordf:lens <http://ordf.org/lens/ontology>
* the Python implementation supports the use of
ReStructuredText in text literals. Right now it just does
this everywhere when a literal doesn't have a datatype.
It would be perhaps better to have a predicate to use
for a fresnel:Format, e.g.
foo a fresnel:Format ;
fresnel:valueStyle fresnel:rst .
William Waites <william.waites at okfn.org>
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RDF Indexing, Clustering and Inferencing in Python
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