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Include ORES predictions in RDF export
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As @Smalyshev noted in T166427#4462379, we'll need to get ORES scores included in the "RDF export" of Wikidata in order for those predictions to be available in the WDQS.

This task is done when ORES item quality predictions show up in the RDF export for Wikidata.

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Halfak created this task.Jul 30 2018, 6:59 PM
Halfak triaged this task as Normal priority.
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There is another option - make an API like https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q2?action=constraintsrdf which would export the data independently. However, I personally would strongly prefer integrating into the main RDF export, as fetching tons of different URLs on each item update would negatively impact performance.

There is actually two way to implement it in the backend. 1- Send a request to ORES service every time someone requests rdf export and build it on fly which makes sense if there is not much requests there but not much if WDQS is requesting rdf export after each and every edit. 2- We treat it the way that we treat wp10 models in enwiki, store it in the database and then hook to rdf export and add it when it's requested.
Regardless the rdf export for the page needs to be defined first and I have no clue what's the proper definition of the item quality data.

Ladsgroup removed Ladsgroup as the assignee of this task.Sep 17 2018, 10:58 AM
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Tell me if I can do anything. Right now, it's not determined which way we should go and how Rdf exports should look like.

Ladsgroup raised the priority of this task from Normal to Needs Triage.
Harej triaged this task as Lowest priority.Mar 26 2019, 9:16 PM
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Scoring Platform team has triaged this as lowest priority.

If another team thinks this is a higher priority, we are happy to hand the task off to them and move this to our "radar" column.