Data Type RDF (module for Omeka S)
New versions of this module and support for Omeka S version 3.0 and above are available on GitLab, which seems to respect users and privacy better than the previous repository.
Data Type RDF is a module for Omeka S that implements some RDF datatypes and an XSD datatype recommended by the World Wide Web consortium W3C in order to simplify user input and to give a better semanticity to the values of the properties.
Number and date time data types can be managed with module Numeric Data Types.
First, install the optional module [Generic] if wanted.
The module uses an external js library for the html editor, so use the release zip to install it, or use and init the source.
- From the zip
Download the last release [DataTypeRdf.zip] from the list of releases (the master
does not contain the dependency), and uncompress it in the
- From the source and for development:
If the module was installed from the source, rename the name of the folder of
the module to
DataTypeRdf, and go to the root module, and run:
composer install --no-dev
Then install it like any other Omeka module.
See general end user documentation for Installing a module and follow the config instructions.
The data types are automatically available through the resource templates. It is not recommended to use too many data types by property. One to four types are enough in most of the cases.
- [ ] Simplify search (Omeka S issue #1241).
- [ ] Manage inline maximization of html for ckeditor.
- [ ] Add xsd:token or a derivative for standard or custom enumerations (language, etc.).
- [ ] Manage restrictions via the resource templates (default value for boolean, default tokens, css for html, xsl for xml…).
Use it at your own risk.
It’s always recommended to backup your files and your databases and to check your archives regularly so you can roll back if needed.
See online issues on the module issues page on GitLab.
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CKEditor 4 footnotes
One of the CKEditor ones [GPL]. See [CKEditor-Footnotes].
- Copyright Daniel Berthereau, 2018-2022 (see Daniel-KM on GitLab)