Am 19.11.2013 09:58 schrieb "Gerard Meijssen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> You may have missed it in the mail I send yesterday, but I want to propose to change the requirements for a new Wikipedia.
> My proposal is to ask for the current number of full articles or provide 50 full articles and the complete labelling of a selected set of 250 Wikidata items.
> The rationale is that it takes much less effort to work on Wikidata and it will quickly amount to providing additional results for other items. An example: the property "sex" should be in use on all humans and the qualifiers "male" and "female" should be in use on all of these as well.
I oppose this in its entirety.
First of all, there is no definition for what is a "full article" and neither do I think we need to spend time with creating a definition or later checking if tests have in fact managed to write 50 of such articles that conform to such a definition.
Second, there is no such thing as a complete labelling of wikidata items. Not all items use all labels, and even graver: it is irrelevant how many labels are used on an item, since they do not require translation or so - they just refer to other items which have translations of their content.
In this regard, it would be much more helpful for tests to push for the fixing of bugs 47930 and 52971 to actually allow incubator tests (and all langs with ISO codes) to use wikidata.