> > > I didn't get very far with evaluating Samizdat due to the large number
> > > of dependencies; but I think it's accurate to say that it's more of an
> > > application that uses RDF, than a library (or "framework", if you
> > > prefer) for processing RDF.
> > I knew, but I thought it somewhat embedded a module for handling RDF
> > that coulf be factored out
> 
> It can be, and it shouldn't be hard: I never got to do this only
> because no one expressed interest in that. Outside of standard Ruby
> library, Samizdat's RDF storage only depends on Ruby/DBI with
> Ruby/Postgres.
> 
> Just looked again, it seems all it would take is to take out
> samizdat/storage.rb, config.yaml (you'd only need the db, ns, and map
> sections), and a couple of definitions from samizdat.rb (class
> SamizdatConfig and def config). Should I package that as a separate
> library?

I'd be very interested. 

Ari