Rhizome is a Wiki-like content management and delivery system that exposes the entire site including content, structure, and metadata as editable RDF. This means that instead of creating a site with URLs that correspond to a page of HTML, you can create URLs that represent just about anything. It was designed to enable non-technical users to create these representations in an easy, ad-hoc manner. For developers, this allows both content and structure to be easily repurposed and complex Web applications to be rapidly developed.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content Wiki Text Processing Markup XSL/XSLT|
|Operating Systems||Unix Windows Windows|
Release Notes: This release adds "shredding": a framework (including GRDDL support) for extracting RDF from content and maintaining the relationship between them over time. It also includes better support for viewing and editing RDF directly with most RDF formats. There are also several UI enhancements, including a new UI for managing users and roles, more Wiki features, and page and comment spam detection via the Akismet service. Last but not least, it is several times faster than previous releases.
Release Notes: This release adds a new look and feel by including a new, more usable and polished default theme. The authorization schema has been made considerably more flexible and expressive, enabling all changes to the RDF data store to be authorized. In addition, all changes to the data store are incrementally validated by a Schematron schema using RxPath's new RDF to Schematron mapping. Raccoon enhancements such as 2-phase commit have been utilized to make this release more robust.
Release Notes: This release adds a UI for adding comments to any resource along with other UI enhancements including a simplified edit page and keyword selection. It also adds support for RDF Schema, improves installation, and fixes several bugs.
Release Notes: This release added a notion of themes to ease the customization of the UI, more security enhancements (including HTML sanitizing, and compatibility with 4Suite 1.0a4, which enables OS X support. Many bugfixes were made and smoother installation and more friendly command line handling were implemented.
Release Notes: Rhizome gains full-text indexing, browsing and grouping by keyword, summary views, better support for RDF/XML, diffing of revisions, and several usability enhancements. Raccoon has several improvements to performance, security, and error handling. RxML and ZML have been made more user-friendly with simpler syntax and better documentation. RxPath adds support for RDFLib. There is better support for non-ASCII content throughout all sub-systems.