Dear Ms.,
I thank you for your answer. You did not mention our work published in Journal of Biomedical Informatics this week although I have already written an email about it in our mailing list before. It is currently available at You can find the full text of the paper at Please include it to next Wikidata Weekly Summary. I also ask about your opinion about the output of the research paper and the deficiencies of medical information in Wikidata. This will be useful for us to know more about how to continue our project.
Yours Sincerely,
Houcemeddine Turki

De : Wikidata <> de la part de Léa Lacroix <>
Envoyé : lundi 30 septembre 2019 16:04
À : Discussion list for the Wikidata project. <>
Objet : [Wikidata] Weekly Summary #384
Here's your quick overview of what has been happening around Wikidata over the last week.



Press, articles, blog posts

Tool of the week

  • This Recent changes tool allows to get a list of unpatrolled Wikidata changes with enhanced filters that are more adapted to Wikidata than the standard Recent Changes page. Available actions include mass patroling and easier revert interface.

Other Noteworthy Stuff

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  • More work done on removing some resource loader modules in order to speed up the load of pages
  • Wikidata Bridge: add an edit tag parameter when saving (phab:T227003)
  • Adapt buttons' texts to UI language (phab:T228259)
  • research regarding permissions/protection (phab:T231209)
  • More preparation work for improving references

You can see all open tickets related to Wikidata here. If you want to help, you can also have a look at the tasks needing a volunteer.

Monthly Tasks

Léa Lacroix
Project Manager Community Communication for Wikidata

Wikimedia Deutschland e.V.
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