Username or display name (will be displayed publicly): Fuzheado
Categories/Tags/Keywords (up to 5): Commons, Structured Data on Commons, Wikidata, best practices, modeling
Session type (select one):
- Discussion/Workshop (including Q/A) - 55 mins
Venue (select one):
- I would like to be on the main track
- I wouldn't mind being on the main track
- I need a Jitsi room for the session
When are you available to have the session?
May 23 is the best, but late May 22 works as well
Short description of the session (~150 words):
A lot has changed re: Structured Data on Commons in the last year - tools, capabilities, best practices. So a workshop/discussion session based around catching up on where SDC is, and the best tools may be useful. There is currently no support in the main developer framework (pywikibot) for Structured Data on Commons, and none of the main upload tools (Pattypan, url2commons) support SDC either. So how are people working with SDC in the absence of these? Where can we find the best examples of code, projects and tools working with SDC, and how can the Hackathon help support better documentation of these?
Beginners, intermediate and advanced.
What will participants get out of this session? (~50 words)
Participants will get a good overview of the state of Structured Data on Commons, the best tools we currently have at the user level, and a rundown of what developer best practices and code samples exist.
(Optional) Additional resources:
We recently did an "SDC explained" show for Wikipedia Weekly and could benefit from the expertise of Hackathon minds on building on this more. Slide deck: