Managing contacts, events, and locations with KOffice's new RDF support


Article from Issue 116/2010

The KOffice suite lets you use the RDF capability built into the ODF standard to save, manage, and transmit semantic information.

The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a central feature in the spectrum of technologies at the heart of the quest for what is known as the semantic web. The goal of the semantic web is to add meaning to electronic information such as websites and office documents, so that a term referenced through the text is more than just text.

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