Re: Aggregator for DOAP - RDFa - hDOAP


Am 29.05.2007 um 06:14 schrieb Karl Dubost:

> We would like to make the [W3C software][1] page a bit more user  
> friendly and more in synchronization with the reality. One way to  
> do this is to have code maintainers to update a local file with the  
> information about their code. It seems that [DOAP][2] is a good  
> candidate for it. The page containing information about the  
> software could be either in RDF or in XHTML containing an RDFa  
> vocabulary ala [hdoap][3].

Great idea! hdoap is microformats, though, isn't it?

> A few questions, before reinventing the wheel.
> * Is there an RDFa version of DOAP?

If you were to use RDFa for this, you would simply use the DOAP  
vocabulary with the RDFa syntax. No "version" necessary.

> * Is there a converter hdoap to DOAP (rdf/xml) or DOAP (rdf/nturtle)?

If you don't mean microformats, then there are a number of RDFa  
parsers out there in various languages. I imagine all of those will  
output rdf/xml or N3. A quick Google search gives me:

- python:

- python:

- PHP:

- Java:

- Java: (bottom of  
the page)
- Ruby:

There are more on the RDFa page in the ESW Wiki [1].



Knud Möller, MA
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Received on Tuesday, 29 May 2007 11:02:12 UTC