Correction: We are only using the PT prefix for IDs
attributed for WMPT.
When it's the monument ID, we give a prefix related to the ID used: SIPA,
To descomplicate things, we are now simply using PT- QXXX (example:
PT-Q99463700) for listed monuments not having a specific or clear monument
Paulo Santos Perneta <paulosperneta(a)gmail.com> escreveu no dia quinta,
29/04/2021 à(s) 12:56:
For the Portuguese monuments we are using P2186 with a value prefixed by
PT (to avoid ID conflicts) and followed by:
* A monument ID, when there is one
* An unique ID given by ourselves, when it's not practical to use the
monument ID, or when there is no monument ID at all
in addition to that, we have a number of specific monument IDs, but we
don't use them directly for WLM or WLE (and it was a mistake to even
attempt to use them initially, it only brought a lot of confusion)
Personally, I support uniformization in P2186, using country prefixes
or some other strategy, in addition to any specific monument that may exist.
Josephine Lim <josephinelim86(a)gmail.com> escreveu no dia quinta,
29/04/2021 à(s) 10:28:
Hope you are all safe and well. After having finalized our plans for WLM
integration into the Commons app based on community feedback (
, which was
posted to this mailing list a couple of months ago), we have started work
We have run into a bit of an issue, however, that we are hoping to get
help with. The initial plan (based on the discussion at
and at the abovementioned wiki page) was to use Wikidata as our data
source, displaying all Wikidata items with the identifier property of P2186
(Wiki Loves Monuments ID) on our map.
However we have now found out that some countries don't use P2186 at
all. Someone kindly linked
me, and based on that it seems that there is a rather large variety of
identifiers that different countries use.
Realistically speaking, it would be really difficult for us to account
for every possible identifier that every country uses, and it would also
make stability and maintenance much more tricky. We can try, but it would
be risky and tedious.
On the other hand, it was suggested to me that if there is WLM community
consensus that P2186 should be used as a universal identifier, countries
might be willing to adopt P2186 for the sake of harmonization.
Does anyone have any thoughts on this?
Josephine / User:misaochan, Commons app project lead
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