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Suppressing RDF mapping

(Questions from me, answers from Stéphane.)

Apologies if this is covered in the chapter or well-documented elsewhere,
but i have what i think should be a pretty common case.

haven't seen it anywhere, but it's the kind of question that should be
in a FAQ somewhere...

I'm printing a node, say a page node, and don't want it to name its creator
in RDFa (or any other potential RDF output) any more than i want to display
the 'submitted by' in HTML.

RDFa for telephone, IRC links that open, and other spiffiness for Agaric's client support page

RDFa-ing up our support page.

recommends FOAF for most contact stuff, and there is a FOAF:Organization for companies and weird hybrid collective

The tel URI for Telephone Numbers

Pulling structured data from some web sites to another with RDFa

getting data from one site to another understanding fields and all (sounds like Deployment is what they want... but they want 'standards')

RDFa Monkey appears dead, or at least its link (from various sites) goes to a Microsoft IIS server's file not found page:

Sharing data between sites with RDF

Sharing data between sites in RDF (in theory).

The core RDF module provides an API for mapping RDF data.

Use the contrib RDF package to provide the rdfui and rdfx modules. As of right now, before the release of Drupal 7, the most up-to-date, 7.x version of these modules can be found at

For more advanced querying, the SPARQL module can be used.

Update: New modules for Sharing Data Semantically

DrupalConDC RDF bof

Stéphane Corlosquet presented
Robert Douglass and
Frank Febbrarro
also did a fair amount of talking

We have an array

because it's a triple because this object is, and anything can happen

$node->rdf = array(
'type' => 'sioct:Weblog',
'title' => 'dc:title',
'body' => 'sioc:content',

The object is take that key and look it up.

so in order:

Bringing Linked Data to Drupal; bringing the Semantic Web to the World

Based on my comment to <">Dries Buyteart's Drupal, the semantic web and search, which ended with "I can has semweb in Drupal core?"

Yes, we can!

First, congratulations for having it in drop. Now the world is catching up, it is time to put RDF back in Drupal core.

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