Organizing multimedia data, e. g. pictures, music or videos is a rather common use case for modern file systems. There are quite a number of applications which try to expose an user-friendly interface for dealing with tagging, sorting and editing these files. This becomes necessary because sets of such files do not have an intrinsic hierarchic structure. For example, pictures taken with a digital camera carry EXIF metadata which can be used to retrieve a picture by date, time or location instead of an artificial folder structure.
However, the major problem shared by all of those multimedia applications is that the files are actually stored in folders on a traditional file system. As such, any operation done by an user outside of the application leads to inconsistencies inside of the application. Also, metadata produced by one application cannot be consumed by another one because of proprietary formats.
In this thesis, a file system which uses the established RDF standard for storing metadata is developed which imposes only little structural requirements on the data. The system features both an API which enables high-level operations on file contents and metadata and a CLI which resembles ideas from versioning systems like Git.
Also, a formalization of the most important operations is given, including a concept of transactions, which has been adapted from relational database systems to fit in the environment of a file system.