[oslc] [oslc-core] Publishing OSLC Vocabularies

Arthur Ryman ryman at ca.ibm.com
Thu Dec 2 11:46:01 EST 2010


Thx for the pointer. The output of SpecGen looks like a W3C spec. It might 
be possible to tweak it so that it becomes nicely embeddable in TWiki. 
I'll look into before putting any more effort into Vocabulary.xsl, which 
is really just a short-term solution since it is not a fully general way 
to process RDF/XML.


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Olivier Berger <olivier.berger at it-sudparis.eu>
Arthur Ryman/Toronto/IBM at IBMCA
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12/02/2010 02:30 AM
Re: [oslc-core] Publishing OSLC Vocabularies


Le jeudi 25 novembre 2010 à 20:12 -0500, Arthur Ryman a écrit :
> I've updated the guidance for publishing vocabularies. [1]
> 1. There is a new improved Vocabulary.xsl file that can transform your 
> RDF/XML vocabulary file into TWiki-friendly HTML. I've also provided a 
> sample Ant build file for automating this task.
> 2. Now instead of copying and pasting the HTML into your TWiki 
> page, you simply attach the HTML and RDF to the page, and automatically 
> include the HTML content using the %INCLUDE% command.
> [1] 

> Regards, 


May I also point to an alternative that may be useful : the SpecGen tool
[0] that was used by the SIOC project for instance to create [1]. Of
course that wouldn't fit the TWiki context.

[0] http://code.google.com/p/specgen/ or
[1] http://rdfs.org/sioc/spec/
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