Hello ! It seems that when I request "add XX based on en.wikipedia" and the claim is already there, but without source, Legobot adds "source:imported from Wikipedia". However, "imported from Wikipedia" sometimes means something like "needs human checking", so it seems that "no source" suggests something more reliable than "imported from Wikipedia". So could you bot stop doing this (see WD:PC#Imported from WIkipedia vs no source).
Basque language Wikipedia develops a most prominent basque and worlwide person born/death in this day for all the day related articles. For example, eu:Abenduaren 19. It also displays interesting red links for people born and dead that day that are not represented in eu:wp.
Attended the Wikimedia Developer Summit to talk about a lot of things (including editing Wikidata from Wikipedia directly, back-end work for structured data support for Commons - specifically Multi Content Revisions, ideas for improvements to the query service)
Final touches to get ArticlePlaceholder pages ready for search engine indexing
Continued working on "federation" – support for multiple Wikibase repositories (phab:T76007)
Coordinates on Russian Wikipedia now link to maps generated with the Kartographer extension. The map includes the location outline, if that object exists in OpenStreetMap (OSM) with a corresponding Wikidata ID (ways and relations only, not nodes). Example: w:ru:Зальцбург (click coordinates in the upper right corner, or in the infobox on the side). If you create a Wikidata item about a specific administrative area, building, or other physical individual object which appears on maps, then please add the Wikidata ID to the relevant object in OSM, using key:wikidata= (here's how to contribute to OSM).
QuickStatements V2 can now run your commands in the background, no need to keep the browser tab open anymore