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Biblioteche pubbliche statali = biblioteca nazionale ?

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Well... Rome and Florence are central national, while another 7 are national libraries. Fact is, a State public library (Q11834910) is not a national library as all the other countries, but it is more than any other public library in Italy, since they are directly dependent from the Ministry.

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I know the situation is unusual in Italy but still I find you addition strange.

Inside the italian large definition of 'biblioteca nazionale', does it really apply to all 'biblioteche pubbliche statali'? I thought (maybe wrongly) that it only apply to some of them.

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I don't know. Maybe I acted too boldly, but I do not have a unique response to that. Maybe we can remove that from that kind of subclass, and add "national library" only to the 9 libraries that are called "National" in their name, while keeping also "State public library" as an instance of.

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Would you know someone who can give a more definitive answer? I don't want to make thing worse.

To explain the context: I'm trying to clean up a bit the ontology of library (Q7075) and I noticed that Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma (Q6382871) (among other items) was twice inside national library (Q22806): directly and through State public library (Q11834910). At least one should be removed and from what I think I knew of italian libraries State public library (Q11834910) subclass of (P279) national library (Q22806) is wrong but maybe it's the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma (Q6382871) instance of (P31) national library (Q22806). I think we indeed an expert.

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Ciao! Se ricordi un po' di tempo fa ti avevo segnalato via mail dei problemi che avevo ogni tanto per salvare modifiche che effettuavo da anonimo tramite mobile. Ad oggi i problemi persistono, anche più frequenti (capita che debba spegnere e riaccendere lo smartphone 4-5 volte prima di riuscire a editare), ed ho appena scoperto che un IP che ho utilizzato a più riprese per circa un mese e mezzo, questo, è stato bloccato per un mese (ormai quasi trascorso) da @Stryn (anche se sto scrivendo in italiano, credo da alcuni elementi si possa intuire cosa ti sto segnalando) con motivazione "Long-term abuse". Non è che mi sai dire cos'è successo? Si è attivato qualche filtro, e perché? Grazie! ;-)

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Si tratta di un blocco globale fatto per bloccare un vandalo che utilizza il tuo IP, che dura fino al 27 luglio prossimo. Non mi sento così bold da annullare localmente il blocco, quindi magari proviamo a parlare con lui.

@Stryn: sorry to bother you, but your global block on 85.255.236.48 seems to affect a trusted user who sometimes happens to edit Wikidata anonymously from his phone. Can we try to unblock the IP, or is the vandal so vicious that it's better to let the block expire? Let me know, and thanks.

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Sorry for late answer, but I was just on vacation. Unfortunately when we globally block IP ranges we can't exclude some good IP's inside the range. I just checked and didn't find this range abused on Wikidata so I removed the global block from Wikidata now :)

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Structured Data Newsletter - Research link fix

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Greetings,

The newsletter omitted two interwiki prefixes, breaking the links on non-meta wikis as you might see above. Here are the correct links:

  1. m:Research:Curation workflows on Wikimedia Commons—a project that seeks to understand the current workflows of Commons contributors who curate media (categorize it, delete it, link to it from other projects, etc.).
  2. m:Research:Technical needs of external re-users of Commons media—soliciting feedback from individuals and organizations that re-use Commons content outside of Wikimedia projects, in order to understand their current painpoints and unmet needs.

My apologies, I hope you find the corrected links helpful.

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Structured Data on Commons Newsletter - Summer 2018

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Welcome to the newsletter for Structured Data on Wikimedia Commons! You can update your subscription to the newsletter and contribute to the next issue. Do inform others who you think will want to be involved in the project!

Community updates
  • Our dedicated IRC channel: wikimedia-commons-sd webchat
  • Since our last newsletter, the Structured Data team has moved into designing and building prototypes for various features. The use of multilingual captions in the UploadWizard and on the file page has been researched, designed, discussed, and built out for use. Behind the scenes, back-end work on search is taking place and designs are being drawn up for the front-end. There will soon be specifications published for the use of the first Wikidata property on Commons, "Depicts," and a prototype is to be released to go along with that.
Things to do / input and feedback requests
Discussions held
Wikimania 2018
Partners and allies
Research

Two research projects about Wikimedia Commons are currently ongoing, or in the process of being finished:

  1. Research:Curation workflows on Wikimedia Commons—a project that seeks to understand the current workflows of Commons contributors who curate media (categorize it, delete it, link to it from other projects, etc.).
  2. Research:Technical needs of external re-users of Commons media—soliciting feedback from individuals and organizations that re-use Commons content outside of Wikimedia projects, in order to understand their current painpoints and unmet needs.
Development
  • Prototypes will be available for Depicts soon.
Stay up to date!

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