I am still a happy consumer/contributor to the WDQS example page. In this
context I am wondering if it is possible, and if so what it would take to
extent the "Tri It!" link in the SPARQL2 template, with a "get the code in
the <programming language of your choice>"?
When using libraries like WikidataQueryServiceR or python I often rely on
examples stored in the WDQS example page. It would be quite convenient to
be able to do something like: demo_query("Popular surnames among fictional
characters") in R which would direct feed on the WDQS example page.
Where can I express such a feature request?
On Sat, Sep 24, 2016 at 12:48 AM, Stas Malyshev <smalyshev(a)wikimedia.org>
On 9/23/16 2:44 PM, Andra Waagmeester wrote:
I wasn't aware of the SPARQL2 template,
really nice! Now adding example
queries becomes even less time consuming.
A minor comment is that to me red as background color feels a bit like
something that needs improvement. Where from now on I will use the
SPARQL2 template by default. Is it possible to change the background
color to, for example, green?
I've removed the background, looks like nobody is really happy about it
being there :)
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