Wikidata talk:WikiProject Citizen Science
How to classify a Bioblitz: an event, project, or other.
A bioblitz is a data collection activity that happens in a set period of time. These can happen once or many times. I would like to get some community thoughts on what should the delineation between event and project be for labelling a bioblitz an event or a project or other. Wolfgang8741 (talk) 10:13, 21 January 2020 (UTC)
Other initiatives to integrate and activate
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_talk:Belkinsa/sandbox/OpenCitSciPagesUpdate/Roadmap (continue work and expand roadmap)
CS-Project: Die Datenlaube
- Example: Die Datenlaube (Q61943025), Open Citizen Science Project and non-institutional GLAMLab around the creation, analyzing and documentation of Wikidata-Items of articles in Wikisource of the german magazine 'Die Gartenlaube', 1853-, --Jeb (talk) 09:05, 13 April 2021 (UTC)
This project has been still for some years, and was never so established to be generally usable.
- Deprecating content
I am trying to keep as much existing content as is reasonable. Things which I deleted include links to subpages which never got set up and placeholder text which never got developed. I also deleted links to Wikidata:WikiProject Wikidata for Research and Wikidata:WikiProject Open which, although they are relevant, have been inactive projects for some years and I feel they contain few usable resources. Bluerasberry (talk) 15:16, 28 September 2023 (UTC)
- Thanks, this was setup as part of my PhD work which I left and am now in this new role at Ohio University which I just started 18 September 2023 and found you just started this overhaul. I like what you've done, it fits more with where I was thinking of taking it now I'm looking at Wikidata in a research capacity again. Happy to collaborate on this going forward. Not this is my work profile vs the project was established under my personal account. Wolfgang8741 (Ohio University) (talk) 18:52, 19 October 2023 (UTC)