|Declined||Keegan||T180139 [Story] Support community/volunteer tools around Structured Commons|
|Declined||Keegan||T180197 [Epic] Support needed changes to volunteer tools for Wikimedia Commons and Wikidata that will benefit from operating with structured data on Commons|
|Resolved||None||T215409 GLAM as focus area at the Wikimania 2019 Hackathon|
|Open||None||T181057 Make the Pattypan upload tool for Wikimedia Commons ready to work with Structured Commons as well|
Putting this task on the list for Wikimania-Hackathon-2019 (GLAM focus area). Feel free to remove again if this doesn't make sense.
As soon as 'other statements' are deployed on StructuredDataOnCommons it may make sense to work on this.
I will be happy to help and provide advice on how to construct typical structured data-driven equivalents (and/or complements) of the Photograph, Artwork, Map, Art photo ... templates if needed.
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IMO, it does make sense to keep this task open (although unassigned).
There are no batch upload tools for StructuredDataOnCommons yet; no final decisions have been made yet on which tool would be best up for the job, and no development has started yet. A batch upload tool is very much needed though, especially to make sure that new GLAM uploads can also get structured data from the start.
AFAIK it's still a valid idea to extend Pattypan with SDC functionality, although OpenRefine is also looked at as an option.