The whole team is present once more, and we start the show discussing the implications of Drupal 7 and its newly formalised RDFa-publishing capabilities. Unlike regular semantic technology solutions, which someone has to consciously procure as a Semantic Technology solution, Drupal is first and foremost a (popular, free) Content Management System; the semantic smarts come for free, and therefore reach a massive new audience.
From there, we move into a broader discussion of the ways in which semantic projects take root within organisations.
Have a listen, and let us know what you think. As ever, suggestions for future topics or guests are always welcome.
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- The Semantic Link is open (cloudofdata.com)
- Drupal 7 Released, With Improved UI and Semantic Technology (nytimes.com)
- House.gov moves to Drupal (radar.oreilly.com)
- Dries Buytaert Explains How Drupal Gardens SaaS Can Contribute to Semantic Web Momentum – semanticweb.com (semanticweb.com)
- Drupal 7 dives into machine-readable web (go.theregister.com)
(Cross-posted @ Paul Miller – The Cloud of Data)