Re: GRDDLing microformats with Greasemonkey

From: Alf Eaton <>
Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2005 11:46:04 +0200

On 25 Aug 2005, at 11:39, Danny Ayers wrote:

>> This was why I was asking about a trigger for getting RDF from
>> Javascript into Piggy Bank - the script ends up with the RDF/XML as a
>> DOM fragment or a data: URI, neither of which Piggy Bank picks up, so
>> I was trying to find the easiest way to get around this (or maybe
>> rewrite the script as a Piggy Bank screen scraper, but that still
>> ends up at the same situation after doing the XSLT transformation).
> Bear in mind I haven't looked inside Piggy Bank or played with
> Greasemonkey (soon!), but I wonder if something like your script could
> act as a Piggy Bank Lite. No need to install all the client-side Java
> stuff, but the what the script discovers could be passed to a
> (possibly 3rd party) server-side personal/shared datastore, a la
> Semantic Bank.

You could do that easily, if you had a MIME-type handler for
application/rdf+xml on your desktop (I think someone mentioned that
for Piggy Bank a little while ago too, but I can't find the reference
at the moment).

Received on Thu Aug 25 2005 - 09:42:14 EDT

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