Unfortunately, I don't think changing that array will work - a property stored via template in a page in, say, the main namespace will still show up as belonging to the main namespace, not the "Template" namespace. I don't think there's any way to do this at the moment; although it would be nice if there could be, since some admins (myself included) prefer if all data annotations are done through templates. There would have to be an exception, though, for special properties like "Has type" and "Has default form", since  those are generally stored directly, not through a template.

-Yaron


On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 11:27 PM, Laurent Alquier <laurent@alquier.org> wrote:
Did you have a look at the smwgNamespacesWithSemanticLinks configuration setting ?

It looks very close to what you are describing.


- Laurent Alquier

On Sep 27, 2009, at 5:35 PM, Senthil Seveelavanan wrote:

Is it possible to restrict semantic annotations to selected pages/namespaces, so that if the [[property: ]] is invoked it would do nothing. I wish to restrict semantic tagging/annotations to templates only, in order to shield normal editors from the complexity of semantic tagging. 

How hard would this be to implement? What would need to be done? 

Also thanks alot for semantic mediawiki 

Thanks

Senthil


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