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[Session] Exploiting wikidata in webpages as a motive to drive wiki* contributions
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  • Title of session: Exploiting wikidata in webpages as a motive to drive wiki* contributions
  • Session description: Presenting experience on how to engage users/students in contributing to wikidata, commons, wiki pages, etc via the development of web pages that exploit wikidata. Tools employed: Jekyll, JavaScript
  • Username for contact: @DimitriosRingas, @Eleni.Christopoulou @Magioladitis
  • Session duration (25 or 50 min): 25
  • Session type (presentation, workshop, discussion, etc.): presentation, discussion
  • Language of session (English, Arabic, etc.): English
  • Prerequisites (some Python, etc.): None, but basic web programming is welcome
  • Any other details to share?: https://github.com/riggas-ionio/heritage-promotion
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Event Timeline

Thanks for this proposal! All proposed sessions couldn't become part of the agenda published today due to limited space, including yours. I'll ping here if a room becomes available to organize remaining or impromptu sessions.

Hello! There is now additional space available for you to schedule a session: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Wikimedia_Hackathon_2023/Program#Schedule (See "Small Hacking Room Corner (up to 20 participants)"). If you are still interested in organizing a session, you can claim this slot on a first-come, first-serve basis. There may not be any AV equipment in this small room, just a bunch of tables, and the room might be separated from the big hacking room with a bunch of dividers.

@DimitriosRingas: Thanks for participating in the Hackathon! We hope you had a great time.

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