I am testing the entities' dumps via Special:EntityData.
And I have two big problems.
First problem, I saw the concepts of GeoSPARQL in the dumps of entities. It's fun but almost no databases support GeoSparql and sometimes, this causes bugs.
Example RDF with Geosparql (POINT) : http://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Special:EntityData/Q1000336.ttl?flavor=dump
So... I tested BlazeGraph in the aim to support GeoSparql. For the moment, I can not deploy it in production (again a lot problems). It's my second problem : "I can not use your experimental database"
Conclusion : I can not use RDF of Wikidata for the moment because I can not import your dump in my old triplestores and I can not use Blazegraph for the moment.
Question : can you add an export without experimental tools/types ?
For example : "ttl" of flavor "basicdump" : Special:EntityData/QXXXX.ttl?flavor=basicdump
I think the perfect RDF is the enemy of good RDF database. A basic dump without GeoSparql is already a very good work and it will be compatible with the majority of RDF databases. When it will be ok, I will open quickly a SPARQL endpoint of Wikidata.