Announcing Semantic Bundle - a single downloadable file that holds Semantic MediaWiki and 16 other MediaWiki extensions that use it and/or are often used in conjunction with it. The aim is to simplify the confusing landscape of extensions that’s evolved around Semantic MediaWiki, so that users can just get one file instead of having to research and download many files individually to get all the functionality they would want. What we have is a basic super-set of the kinds of extensions people usually end up using on SMW-driven wikis (administrators can choose which of the extensions to include, once they’ve downloaded the bundle.)
Semantic Bundle is similar to the SMW+ package distributed by Ontoprise, although it’s a different set of extensions; both include SMW, of course, but other than that the number of extensions they have in common is surprisingly small - which just goes how to show diverse the set of features has become, and may be another argument for this kind of “curatorial” work.
Semantic Bundle was developed, and is distributed, by Sergey Chernyshev and me.