This is K. Kaushik Reddy from India. I had recently joined the wikimedia-ai
community. Thanks for Aaron Halfaker who guided me through the process :)
I had solved 2 bugs till date in wikimedia products. Presently, looking to
get assigned to a new issue to be solved. from here
I hope you could helpme with the above request.
Thanks in advance,
[You can safely skip this message if you have already seen it in the
Wikidata mailing list, and pardon for the spam]
TL;DR: soweego version 1 will be released soon. In the meanwhile, why
don't you consider endorsing the next steps?
This is a pre-release notification for early feedback.
Does the name *soweego* ring you a bell?
It is a machine learning-based pipeline that links Wikidata to large
It is a close friend of Mix'n'match , which mainly caters for small
The first version is almost done, and will start uploading results soon.
Confident links are going to feed Wikidata via a bot , while others
will get into Mix'n'match for curation.
The next short-term steps are detailed in a rapid grant proposal ,
and I would be really grateful if you could consider an endorsement there.
The soweego team has also tried its best to address the following
1. plan a sync mechanism between Wikidata and large catalogs / implement
checks against external catalogs to find mismatches in Wikidata;
2. enable users to add links to new catalogs in a reasonable time.
So, here is the most valuable contribution you can give to the project
right now: understand how to *import a new catalog* .
Can't wait for your reactions.
 see past contributions:
I thank you for your efforts. I will be honoured to volunteer in the spoken language interest group. I can help adding support of Arabic languages to Wikispeech or other text to speech applications if needed.
Houcemeddine Turki (he/him)
Medical Student, Faculty of Medicine of Sfax, University of Sfax, Tunisia
Undergraduate Researcher, UR12SP36
GLAM and Education Coordinator, Wikimedia TN User Group
Member, WikiResearch Tunisia
Member, Wiki Project Med
Member, WikiIndaba Steering Committee
Member, Wikimedia and Library User Group Steering Committee
Co-Founder, WikiLingua Maghreb
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De : James Salsman <jsalsman(a)gmail.com>
Date : 2019/07/09 23:49 (GMT+01:00)
À : Application of Artificial Intelligence and other advanced computing strategies to Wikimedia Projects <ai(a)lists.wikimedia.org>
Objet : Re: [AI] Call for Volunteers: Spoken Language Interest Group
I have updated https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T166929 and plan to
update the SLIG for the first time in about a week.
On Tue, May 7, 2019 at 10:23 PM James Salsman <jsalsman(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Aaron H. asked me to send a message to this list more than a year ago.
> I'm sorry I haven't been able to because it's impossible for me to
> figure out the details for which to ask:
> However, I have managed to put together a Call for Volunteers for a
> Spoken Language Interest Group which is chartered with an alternative
> goal to figure out what to ask for here on this list.
> If you have questions please let me know. The form should be
> self-explanatory. I will report back here with the interest level in
> about a month.
> Best regards,
AI mailing list
Aaron H. asked me to send a message to this list more than a year ago.
I'm sorry I haven't been able to because it's impossible for me to
figure out the details for which to ask:
However, I have managed to put together a Call for Volunteers for a
Spoken Language Interest Group which is chartered with an alternative
goal to figure out what to ask for here on this list.
If you have questions please let me know. The form should be
self-explanatory. I will report back here with the interest level in
about a month.
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*the conference co-chairs
This is Kaushik Reddy from Amrita University, Bangalore. I'm a CS grad and
freshly introduced to the facinating world of machine learning. I have an
intermediate experience with Python 3. I have good basic idea on
Scikit-learn. Being new to such a platform (not to OSS though :) ). I would
like to work on few beginner-level bug issues. It would be great if you
could help in directing me to a bug issue that need to be solved. My only
request is to please qlarify my questions when I get stuck some where.
Hope you would support me and do the needy.