[Wikimedia-l] [Wikitech-l] Reasonator use in Wikipedias
jane023 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 24 08:24:00 UTC 2014
I am not convinced that this is useful (yet). I have been generating
some red-link lists for the upcoming international edit-a-thon about
Art & Feminism on February 1st, and I tried out this tool to see if I
could come with with lists of women artists already in other projects.
With Reasonator I see 503 female persons and 760 male persons. Not
very helpful (yet) for generating red-link lists.
2014/1/23, Risker <risker.wp at gmail.com>:
> On 23 January 2014 15:42, Andy Mabbett <andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk> wrote:
>> On 23 January 2014 15:12, Magnus Manske <magnusmanske at googlemail.com>
>> > I thought about that as well. Besides the intro text, the info box would
>> > the main "attraction"; but if infoboxes were to fall back on wikidata
>> > information, which they could technically already do, all we'd have to
>> > do
>> > is add a blank infobox, and it should automatically fill up with the
>> > wikidata information. In light of that, writing code to fill an infobox
>> > with values form wikidata to paste into the article seems ... low-tech
>> Indeed - but we have to work with what we have.
>> Perhaps we could concentrate on one very narrow subject, and its
>> single corresponding infobox, as a pilot?
> I suggest that this discussion should be on the various projects that might
> be affected, particularly as different projects have very different ideas
> about whether the use of Wikidata for anything more than language links is
> acceptable. Many projects do not permit bulk bot creation of content, and
> this proposal is a close parallel.
> Further, content that isn't editable on the project on which it is hosted
> is probably not a very effective way to persuade people to turn it into an
> actual page.
> Trialing the process on some small projects that actively volunteer to
> participate would be a first step.
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