GLAM/Newsletter/September 2019/Contents/Wikidata report
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- Seventh birthday of Wikidata: last chance to organize a meetup in your area to celebrate the birthday, or about a present for the community!
- Your comments on the vision and strategy papers are still welcome on the associated talk page.
- The first draft of the program of the WikidataCon is now available. The content of the three main session rooms will be live-streamed and recorded for people who cannot participate in the conference.
- Wikidata now has a high-resolution logo (phab:T230120)
- Wikidata Mall is a new Telegram management simulation game where content is generated from Wikidata
- Wikidata passed 8B triples on 19 September (grafana)
- Using Wikidata to Provide Visibility to Women in STEM during Dublin Core 2019
- The state library of Berlin is using Wikidata to display a map of pictures from their architecture journals: Berlin um 1900 - eine fotografische Zeitreise
Your reading list
- Special report: Supporting newcomers in Wikidata training courses
- Merging Open Data Sources to Plan Learning Activities for Online Students - Antonio Sarasa Cabezuelo, et al., in: 2019 23rd International Conference Information Visualisation (IV)
- Open-Access Society Publishers in Wikidata by A. Britton
- Wikidata gets wordier, by Christian Lieske and Felix Sasaki on Multilingual
- Non-Parametric Class Completeness Estimators for Collaborative Knowledge Graphs -- The Case of Wikidata - Michael Luggen, , et al.
- Opening up the linked data world of Wikidata to new editors, by Will Kent (WikiEdu)
- OpenStreetMap and Wikidata - Awesome Together during State of the Map 2019 (slides of part one)
- Scottish witches in the press and on TV
- Some witchy history and a very smart woman in data science
- Spoken Conversational Search for General Knowledge - Lina Maria Rojas-Barahona, et al.
- GeneDB and Wikidata, by Magnus Manske
- Wikidata et Wiktionnaire session at the French-speaking WikiConvention (slides)
- Wikidata ist für alle (Bibliotheken) offen. Presentation at 34. Austrian Librarian conference 2019 (Q67368932), September 11th. (in German)
- @Wikidatabot, a Telegram bot that allows you to search for something on Wikidata from Telegram
- New monolingual code languages are added: TLI (Tlingit), clc (Tsilhqotʹin), alc (Kawésqar), kld (Gamilaraay), peo (Old Persian)
- Structured Data on Commons: the team is going to develop computer-aided tagging for depicts statements on Commons. You can read the project page and participate on the talk page.
- Edit summaries coming from the wbeditentity API (for example from the mobile termbox) will be improved from October 2nd (announcement, ticket)
For all other Wikidata news, new properties, etc, see:
- d:Wikidata:Status updates/2019_09_02
- d:Wikidata:Status updates/2019_09_09
- d:Wikidata:Status updates/2019_09_16
- d:Wikidata:Status updates/2019_09_23
- d:Wikidata:Status updates/2019_09_30
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