|Resolved||Keegan||T191025 Structured Data on Wikimedia Commons track|
|Resolved||SandraF_WMF||T190499 [Epic] GLAM and Structured Data on Commons at the Wikimedia Hackathon 2018 in Barcelona|
|Resolved||SandraF_WMF||T194275 Structured Data on Commons and GLAM session at the Wikimedia Hackathon|
|Resolved||Keegan||T191965 Structured Data on Wikimedia Commons: introduction and Q&A|
Some ideas I could share with other participants in the Hackaton:
Some experiments to create an MT system to translate captions of images in Commons from Spanish to Basque and from Basque to Spanish, could be adapted to other language pairs. 1. Collecting all the images with captions in both Basque and Spanish available in Wikimedia Commons. (done for Spanish-Basque) 2. Adapting a general purpose NMT system to the domain of image captions.. (done for Spanish-Basque) 3. Creating a service to help in the translation of captions using the NMT service. (to be done, I need help) 4. Semi-automatic tagging of each photo with one of those 11 different kinds of image (Person, HumanGroup, Place/Location, Institution, Building, AnimalPlant, Event/sport, History, Map/Icon, Culture, and Others). I think that this information could be useful to increase translation quality. As Common's categories are not reliable, iwe are we extracting this information from Wikipedia and Wikidata. (in development) If successful, this experiments could create new tools to help to supply Commons contents in more languages.
Hello! Can a representative from the structured data on commons sprint join us for the mentor / newcomer matching session?
This would just be to help make sure newcomers understand that they can work on this as an option.
Starts at 14:30 on Friday in Sessions principals (Q10003)
@Halfak for awareness :)