It looks interesting. What does this do that lists on individual
Wikipedias can't do?
I work a fair amount on award lists, and some are in other countries
or have recipients with articles in other Wikipedias, but mostly they
are relatively obscure and will not have an article on any Wikipedia.
There are huge numbers of awards articles out there, some waiting to
be created. Many of them are good resources for red-links of articles
that could be created.
A better example (for more interwikis) is this article (in en, de, it and pt):
How would wikidata handle that sort of data?
On 5/14/15, Gerard Meijssen <gerard.meijssen(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Magnus has produced new functionality that allows for lists that are based
on information in Wikidata.
The great thing is that it is essentially possible to maintain the data in
Wikidata only and show the information on any and all Wikipedias.
Examples are lists for award winners or lists that include data that
I blogged about it and, I want to move the list for the N peace award and
make it a proper article on the English Wikipedia.
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