I would love to attend but I have to work.

There is one thing I really, really want to know; it is how I can leverage the "depicts" statement so that I can find pictures in my language. I have spent considerable time understanding the current search implementation.. Finding things in Dutch or any other language but English is problematic. The tool by Hay Kranen provides me with a more consistent service (hay.toolforge.org/sdsearch).

When I know how to find pictures in Commons in my own language, I will blog about it.

On Sat, 24 Apr 2021 at 01:28, Giovanna Fontenelle via Commons-l <commons-l@lists.wikimedia.org> wrote:
Hi everyone!

Next Monday and Tuesday, we have one more GLAM & Culture office hours by the WMF GLAM team. These ones will be about Structured Data on Commons.

There will be a meeting on Monday, 26 April, 3.30 pm - 4.30 pm UTC, followed by another on Tuesday, 27 April, 11.00 am - 12.00 pm UTC.

On the first day, Carly Bogen, the Foundation's Program Manager for Structured Data, will talk about the new Media Search, Image Recommendations, and provide updates on the Structured Data Across Wikimedia project. Jennie Choi, General Manager of Collection Information for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will also present her process of batch uploading Structured Data on Commons.

On the second day, John Sampson Tiberius Cummings, Wikimedian in Residence at UNESCO, and Alicia Fagerving, Developer at Wikimedia Sverige (WMSE), will share Wikimedia Sweden's plans with Structured Data, GLAM content, and Wiki Loves Monuments.

Find the Zoom links to both meetings here.


Giovanna Fontenelle (she/her)

Program Officer; GLAM and Culture 

Wikimedia Foundation 

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