I've just been told you should contact Ian Millard at ECS Southatmpon who won't be at www2006 but has done some similar work, merging semantic mediawiki and a 3-store. Cjg
- did so. --Denny Vrandecic 15:16, 17 May 2006 (BST)
--Carrasco 19:58, 17 May 2006 (BST)
Hi! Not sure what you mean, and so there are several answers.
- You can just type an URL. This gets turned into a link automatically: http://www.aifb.de
- You can type an URL and surround it with single brackets like [http://www.aifb.de]. This gets rendered like this 
- You can type an URL in single brackets and add an alternative text like this: [http://www.aifb.de AIFB], which will be rendered like this: AIFB
- If you want to say that the object a page is talking about has a certain URI, you can use the equivalent URI relation. I did this on my page, just to show how it works. But note: this is an URI in the RDF sense, and should not be the homepage talking about you.
- If you want to link a homepage to you, you can use the Attribute:Homepage. But there is a bug there right now, which breaks the links :(
Hope this helps! --10:04, 18 May 2006 (BST)
URI - take 2
Sorry, I should have explained better. I would like to add a URI inside the relation.
Now is like [[works for::European Commission]]
And I would like something like this [[works for::[http://ec.europa.eu European Commission]]] (sic)
--Carrasco 15:50, 18 May 2006 (BST)
- No, this is not possible. You could still just make a link to the European Commission page -- and there you could say, that they have the homepage http://ec.europa.eu --Denny Vrandecic 17:37, 18 May 2006 (BST)
- Also, it's been pointed out to me that the URL is a URI of the webpage, and should therefore not be used as a URI of an organisation or person. Bad semantics. No biscuit!
templates now work.