This presentation is for anyone who has created a website using Drupal and is interested in discovering a standardized, simpler, and faster way to model and build a website's content and information architecture.
The Drupal community's current approach is to create a site using varying practices and then define the Schema.org types on top of the 'custom' content architecture. The Schema.org Blueprints module turns this current Schema.org-last approach around and explores what a site creation experience would look like if we take a Schema.org-first approach to building a site's content architecture leveraging Schema.org's schemas for structuring data.
This presentation will explore and answer…
- What is Schema.org?
- What are some examples of Schema.org?
- What are some key things to know about Schema.org?
Schema.org and Drupal
- How is Schema.org being implemented in the Drupal community?
- Why is Schema.org an afterthought?
- What if Schema.org was aforethought?
- What is Schema.org-first approach?
- What are the challenges of a Schema.org-first approach?
- What are the benefits of a Schema.org-first approach?
Schema.org Blueprints module
- What is the Schema.org Blueprints module?
- Why use the Schema.org Blueprints module?
- Who should be using the Schema.org Blueprints module?
- When to use the Schema.org Blueprints module?
- How to use the Schema.org Blueprints module?
- What is next for the Schema.org Blueprints module?
This session is for anyone who has built a Drupal site or is interested in creating a new Drupal site. In other words, this session is for everyone in the Drupal community.