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- Primary target group: Users with an interest in using Wikidata in articles
- Critical issue: Relatively. There is still a lot of uncertainty over what Wikidata actually is or does.
- Cross-Wiki significance: Yes
- Abstract: Clear and concise and will be understood by the intended target audience
- Concept: Improving the use of Wikidatea and encouraging more editors to use it.
- Other / concerns: IMO certainly a candidate for a 25 minute presentation but if a workshop-style environment is preferable, then perhaps an 80 min BoF would be more appropriate.
Kudpung (talk) 03:17, 18 March 2017 (UTC)
- Kudpung It could be a discussion or a workshop. I wasn't expecting it to be a 25min presentation + questions. Phoebe let me know about 3 very similar presentations. I'm happy to give way to them in a panel discussion or BoF session. One way I can see it happening is:
- A few 10min presentations at the beginning, each with an introduction to a breakout session (say 30min total)
- Then 50min breakout discussions: 1 group on standardisation of modules, 1 tutorial session for people to learn how to invoke Wikidata in other Wikimedia projects, and perhaps 1 advanced workshop on writing modules to provide further support for automatic generation of infoboxes (but the people who can teach this are might be needed in the standardisation discussion)
- --Deryck Chan (talk) 23:16, 19 May 2017 (UTC)
Sounds like good training to improve Wikipedia data by fetching from wikidata. Geraldshields11 (talk) 15:12, 21 March 2017 (UTC)