Op 26-6-2013 20:37, Daniel Kinzler schreef:
Am 25.06.2013 22:16, schrieb Maarten Dammers:
that the technology of Wikidata would be very useful for this, but that
the meta data should be maintained on Commons itself.
Because it makes
sense that the meta-info is stored in the same place as and
maintained by the same people as the primary data. Easier to maintain, back up, etc.
Commons should be the interface to maintain the data. The actual data
can be stored in a different location.
I want to link
the images with the items on Wikidata. So instead of having
[[Category:Grote Kerk, Haarlem]] I just want to do "depicts" <Q item for
I guess that's not possible when we have two Wikibase databases?
possible, no problem. The example properties are meant to be read that
So I can link images of the church to
(item on Wikidata)? I don't feel
like having duplicate systems......
You won't be able to run queries that span both
system though, like "give me the
birthdays of all people shown on pictures in category x". But that's the only
big limitation i see.
In the long run we should probably get rid of the