I have done some work with a fork of BFE that saves the JSON-LD into a Fedora 4 repository using node.js at https://github.com/jermnelson/bfe. I also created a Django variant of BFE that does save the resulting JSON-LD to a file at https://github.com/jermnelson/bfe_django.
Let me know if you have questions or issues running either. I’ve been working on a BIBFRAME backend using Fedora 4 as a Linked Data Platform with Elastic Search as the search and discovery (the latest code for work is available at https://github.com/jermnelson/bibframe-catalog).
Metadata and Systems Librarian
Colorado Springs, Colorado
We have started doing some experimentation (this week) with a new implementation of the BIBFRAME Editor and working through the results. We use the BIBFRAME Transformation tool at bibframe.org for this, too.
In parallel, we are setting up a (very) rudimentary SPARQL endpoint for local use only using Apache Jena-Fuseki.
Our questions are:
1. Does the BFE have the functionality at present to generate output directly into a something like Fuseki?
2. Is there a temporary file in BFE that would allow us to get at the JSON-LD (or other) output once we “Save”?
3. Is anyone able to/using BFE to populate triplestores?
If anyone has anything to share in the space, we would to like (love!) to hear your experiences.
Steve Clement & Anoushka McGuire
National Library of New Zealand
Department of Internal Affairs
PO Box 12340