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My main user page is at the English Wikipedia.
I also have an interest in integration between Wikidata and Wikisource. And by day, I work at a government statistics agency and in the long run there will be useful data to systematically copy and link from system to system, e.g. uploads of monthly unemployment rates by US state.
To study and do on Wikidata
- Ah! a list of all approved Properties. After scrutinizing and stretching we'll need new properties for patent data -- grant date, applicant, and perhaps patent number
- get trained better: Wikidata:Tours
- See the Books task force here on Wikidata for interop with Wikisource, and more here
- automating archiving: https://www.wikidata.org/w/index.php?title=Wikidata_talk:Project_chat&curid=5058332&diff=652826231&oldid=652825807
Presenting Wikidata fast
- Show English, German, and French versions of Wikipedia articles, e.g. on US DOE
- Point out the list of language editions and the infobox
- Say: the links between the languages are stored in a common site, Wikidata
- Show entry on wikidata with many languages. This is where it remembers these names refer to the same entity
- Infobox type stuff is in the wikidata entry and the infoboxes could be filled, for a new language, from this source. notice I am logged in with my regular Wikimedia username. I can edit this information. The information is mostly in item-property-value triples, with roughly the same meaning as RDF triples you may have heard of. Show Lih's slide with examples of Q items and P properties. Scroll through the items for DOE. Jump to Wright patent entry on wikidata, and show it links to the wikisource of the text which is being transcribed.
- By this point we've already showed supply and demand for wikidata info.
- If possible show updates to multiple infoboxes based on one wikidata edit