When I last tried semantic mediawiki (years ago), it permitted (perhaps
even emphasized) generating structured data through writing that
contained typed links. The "type" was a predicate that explained the
relationship between two pages. I think it was also possible to store a
tuple of data inside the link, which may convey the strength of the
predicate (for example) when such information was important and ignore
it when it was not important (I may be confusing this functionality with
Is any of this inline schema building possible with Cargo or are all typed links made in the form data fields? For example, in the common AUTHORS and BOOKS example, what happens if the AUTHOR is actually unknown but there are several likely AUTHORS? One option may be to add a whole field to BOOKS for LIKELY AUTHORS. Another way might be to create an intermediate page AUTHORSHIP that ties AUTHOR to BOOK with a field that explains the relationship in more detail. But, perhaps there is a way to add more nuance to the AUTHOR assignment itself? Could this information be conveyed in the AUTHORS field through an additional piece of information placed in parentheses?