Sorry for forgetting the links. Here they are:
(the main change in Wikibase code)
(a sample page in French Wikisource)
(Open a bug in the
I've written a beginning of documentation here:
I've only made the "minimal working product" yet. I hope that I'll be
able (if it's requested and the Wikidata development team agrees) to allow to
set/override links from wiki text (maybe using the same parser functions as for language
links) and to link to non-Wikidata project.
1) Linking to non-Wikidata project is not supported natively by the extension yet but
sidebar as it have been done before (it's what is done in French Wikisource).
2) It's not supported and I believe it won't supported at all because it breaks
the basic Wikidata assumption "only one page per wiki per item".
Thanks a lot for the feedbacks,
Le 11 avr. 2014 à 21:49, Luca Martinelli <martinelliluca(a)gmail.com> a écrit :
2014-04-11 19:24 GMT+02:00 Thomas Tanon
I've implemented in Wikibase, with the help of the Wikidata
development team, a piece of code that allows to display an "Other
project" sidebar managed by Wikidata as it have been done for
interlanguage links . This means that a link to Commons for example
can automatically be added to a Wikipedia article's sidebar based on
the data in Wikidata.
wikis like nl.wikipedia that build such kind of sidebars from
templates inserted in wiki text.
This new feature have been successfully deployed last Monday to French
Wikisource. See, for example, this page  (the sidebar section is
hack that adds a link to Wikidata in this sidebar (it isn't supported
yet by the extension) and that allows to override links using the old
template in order to ensure a smooth migration.
If you want to see this feature installed in your wiki, please start a
discussion on your local project chat and, when a consensus is
reached, open a bug in bugzilla  (component: "Site requests")
linking to the discussion and giving the ordered list of the sites to
display (this can be one or several of "wikipedia", "commons",
"wikiquote", "wikivoyage", "wikisource").
Feel free to ask if you have any questions.
That's great news, Tpt! I'm only afraid you missed the links... :D
Anyway, great job upon trust. :D
Luca "Sannita" Martinelli
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