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Structured Data on Wikimedia Commons report
February 22: Meetup about SDC support in OpenRefine
You are invited! Meetup with the OpenRefine team on February 22
Over 2021-22, OpenRefine is being extended with Structured Data on Wikimedia Commons (SDC) support. This project is funded by a Wikimedia Foundation Project Grant.
On Tuesday, February 22, the OpenRefine team working on these functionalities invites you for an update and a first demo of the newly developed SDC editing functionalities in OpenRefine and will talk about what's next. Questions welcome!
- When? Tuesday, February 22, at 15:00-17:00 UTC (check the time in your timezone).
- For whom? For anyone who is keen to hear about the current status of SDC support in OpenRefine!
- Where? Online, via Zoom. Check the event's info page for the link.
- The meeting will be recorded and the recording will be published to Wikimedia Commons afterwards.
This meetup will cover:
- Update on past, current and future Structured Data on Wikimedia Commons development in OpenRefine, by Sandra Fauconnier
- Demo of 🚧 Wikimedia Commons reconciliation and SDC editing via OpenRefine 🚧 including use cases, by Sandra Fauconnier and Alicia Fagerving (WMSE)
- Updates and tips about SDC data modelling and Wikitext
- Q&A with the team - bring your questions!
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