[Wikimedia-l] Are there plans for interactions between wikidata and wiktionaries ?
gerard.meijssen at gmail.com
Mon Mar 11 16:51:02 UTC 2013
You can have restricted and unrestricted attributes. There is nothing
stopping us from that. When it comes to constructs like nouns, verbs et al
it is obvious what they are for a language.
Another relevant part is that attributes like noun or verb are concepts in
their own right. They can be translated in another language and THIS is why
the data of OmegaWiki shows in "your" language.. The only relevant reason
why not is when there is no translation of an attribute in "your" language.
PS as to restricting the world... we do not allow people to state that
Julius Caesar is a contemporary of Napoleon Bonaparte in Wikipedia either
do we ?
On 11 March 2013 16:39, Nikola Smolenski <smolensk at eunet.rs> wrote:
> On 11/03/13 16:14, Gerard Meijssen wrote:
>> What we are asking for is that we ensure that the structures that exist in
>> OmegaWiki are replicated in Wikidata for reasons that are clear and
>> obvious. Technically there are a few things that make sense to have..
>> For instance.. In the Dutch language we have a noun, a verb an adjective
>> .... we do not have a country in this class. A noun can be male, female or
>> neutral .... we do not have a stupid. We have singular and plural and we
>> do not have dual like in Arabic.
> Uh-oh. How will this square with http://blog.wikimedia.de/2013/**
> 02/22/restricting-the-world/<http://blog.wikimedia.de/2013/02/22/restricting-the-world/>? :)
> Perhaps this could be a feature of Wikibase that would not be turned on
> on Wikidata itself, but could be for other installations, such as the new
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