The current badges that exist for Wikisource interwikis are the traditional not proofread/proofread/validated/problematic that reflect the readiness of work through a transcription/proofing process. This approach works well for old paper-published works. That approach, however, does not work for modern digital documents which come ready and where we need to demonstrate their status outside of the ordinary. Accordingly I put that to the community here.
As the German Technical Information Library is looking to migrate open source works to the Wikisources, it is opportune to look to progress the matter.
So can we please coordinate the addition of a fifth badge for the use of the Wikisources, "digital" and if you are asking for a colour, I would have said grey or blue. Thanks.
Decisions (see discussion below):
- Named "digitaldocument".
- https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q28064618 is the item.
Patches for review:
- https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/329452 reuses the existing silver icon for the new "digitaldocument" badge on wikidata.org.
- https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/329664 adds a silver icon for the "other projects" sidebar (not a star but a circle, similar to all other Wikibooks badges).
- https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/329453 activates the badge repo and client side.