Neologism is a simple web-based RDF Schema vocabulary editor and publishing system. Use it to create RDF classes and properties, which are needed to publish data on the Semantic Web. Its main goal is to dramatically reduce the time required to create, publish and modify vocabularies for the Semantic Web.
It is written in PHP and built on the Drupal platform.
- A Web server that can run PHP 5.2 or higher scripts and supports Drupal Clean URLs (the usage of mod_rewrite for Apache is recommended)
- A MySQL server version 5.0.15 or higher
- The PDO database extension for PHP
- Uncompress the downloaded release of Neologism into a directory accessible from the Web server. For instance, if the Web server is configured to access content in the "srv" directory, unpack the content of the archive for Neologism into "srv/neologism".
- Create an empty database and name it with a properly name. For instance, "neologism-db".
- Open the address http://localhost/neologism in a web browser to start the installation procedure. In that address, replace "neologism" by the name of the directory you unpacked neologism into. The installer is a friendly procedure asking several questions about the configuration to generate. Screenshots of the differents steps are available on the Drupal web site.