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From: Sandra Fauconnier <sandra.fauconnier(a)gmail.com>
Sent: Dienstag, 6. Dezember 2022 17:45
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Subject: [GLAM] SURVEY: what are your favorite (Wikimedia and content partnerships) tools?
Do you work on content partnerships on Wikimedia projects? Then I invite you to fill in a survey by Wikimedia Sverige / the Content Partnerships Hub: https://forms.gle/RDnzCqPxrqqx9P7T8
The Content Partnerships Hub wants to help to support important tools that are crucial for Wikimedia content partnerships - maintain them, and make sure they keep running. To know better which tools we should prioritize, this survey asks you: what are your favorite (and most crucial) tools<https://forms.gle/RDnzCqPxrqqx9P7T8> to do content partnerships?
The survey runs until January 8, 2023, but we will already do a first (internal and temporary) review on December 14. Don't wait! Please also forward this to other Wikimedians, volunteers, and to your GLAM partners. You can help translate the survey questions to your language; see instructions at https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Content_Partnerships_Hub/Software/Tool_prio….
Thank you, and all the best!
Sandra Fauconnier - with WMSE hat on / User:Sandra Fauconnier (WMSE)
The ISA Tool is a crowdsourcing tool used on Wikimedia Commons to add “depicts” statements to the metadata, thus describing the content of media files in form of structured data that refer to concepts on Wikidata and can be queried as linked open data.
On 12 December, from 16:00 to 17:30 CET, we are holding a workshop where we will present the enhanced version of the ISA Tool<https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:ISA_Tool> and discuss what constitutes “good tagging” of images.
The enhanced version of the ISA Tool that contains recommendations from algorithms can be found here: https://isa-dev.toolforge.org
I would encourage you to give it a try!
Starting point for our discussions around tagging rules and recommendations are the following draft guidelines: Commons:Depiction guidelines<https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Depiction_guidelines>
You’ll find a detailed description of the workshop as well as the ZOOM link on the following page:
I would strongly encourage anybody with some prior experience with Wikimedia Commons and/or the description of media files in heritage collections to take part in the workshop.