FYI, the primary sources tool is not dead: besides Freebase, it will
also cater for other datasets.
The StrepHit team will take care of it in the next few months, as per
one of the project goals .
The code repository is owned by Google, and the StrepHit team will
collaborate with the maintainers via the standard pull
On 2/22/16 13:00, wikidata-request(a)lists.wikimedia.org wrote:
From: Tom Morris<tfmorris(a)gmail.com>
To: "Discussion list for the Wikidata project."
Subject: Re: [Wikidata] Freebase to Wikidata: Results from Tpt
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Are there plans for next steps or is this the end
of the project as far as
>the two of you go?
I'm going to assume that the lack of answer to this question over the
four months, the lack of updates on the project, and the fact no one is
even bothering to respond to issues
<https://github.com/google/primarysources/issues> means that this project
is dead and abandoned. That's pretty sad. For an internship, it sounds
like a cool project and a decent result. As an actual serious attempt to
make productive use of the Freebase data, it's a weak, half-hearted effort