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Re: Tools for exporting SKOS to human readable form (HTML)

From: Christophe Dupriez <dupriez@destin.be>
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2012 09:59:02 +0200
Message-ID: <5088F146.2000306@destin.be>
To: SKOS <public-esw-thes@w3.org>
Hi again Peter!

If you just add manually a reference to an XSLT stylesheet ( 
<?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="skosrdf2html.xslt"?> just after 
<?xml version=... ) that you send with the SKOS file and that the user 
saves in the same directory before opening, that should make the 
trick... but this XSLT stylesheet will have to be adapted to the XML 
serialization done by Protege (or TopBraid) for SKOS/RDF.

One day, Internet browsers may support XSLT combined with SparQL over 
local data files to generate HTML on the fly based on RDF data!

Another way is to use SAAS like PoolParty...

Have a nice day!

Twitter: @ChristopheDupri

Le 25/10/2012 09:44, Peter Krantz a écrit :
> 24 okt 2012 kl. 23:17 skrev Thomas Bandholtz <thomas.bandholtz@innoq.com>:
>> I think it is not just about "exporting a SKOS document to e.g. HTML",
>> but about publishing a SKOS document as Linked Data on the Web (which
>> includes availability in HTML format).
> Yes, of course the actual SKOS data need to be online as well when going live (preferably with proper content negotiation).
>> If you see it this way, iQvoc [1] will do this for you with an Apache
>> 2.0 license.
> I saw that and that looks like one of the best candidates right now. However, in a project I have found that while working on a vocabulary it typically goes like this:
> 1. Domain experts gather for a workshop where the basic vocabulary is designed.
> 2. Someone SKOSes it (is that a word?)  in Topbraid or Protege.
> 3. That someone needs to send out drafts to participants for review before publishing it.
> It is the third step I would like to be able to do in a simpler fashion by emailing the result exported to HTML or other format.
> Setting up a server for this is too much work in most cases.
> I guess I would like a simple script/tool I can run locally to to generate these draft. I guess it should be fairly easy to make a one page file with some nice styling.
> Regards,
> Peter
Received on Thursday, 25 October 2012 07:59:21 UTC

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