So, I am ping-ponging around in my spare-time quest for the best way to quickly add triples to the web on a nice user-friendly content-rich website.
Latest attempt involves Drupal 6 and the Relations API module, as it seems to me that Drupal 7 doesn’t yet have this particular functionality (though I am hoping it will by code freeze!)
Anyway, thus my latest discovery: the installation instructions in the INSTALL.txt packaged with Drupal 6.17 are WRONG. They tell you to make a copy of default.settings.php to settings.php before you visit the new site the first time and choose your language. This will result in annoying error messages like so: “Warning: Table ‘mydb.access’ doesn’t exist query: SELECT 1 FROM access WHERE type = ‘host’ AND …”.
Luckily the solution is documented here:
but would it be too much to ask to correct the INSTALL.txt file for us old-fashioned text-doc-reading types?