Mon, Oct 19
Hi @Nikerabbit, we've just deployed some changes to the i18n setup, and cleaned up old unused things from the previous setup: T265795: Move client side translations to the server
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The questionnaire looks great to me. It will definitely provide insight into the the most important questions to resolve.
Just a bit of info on why I've nominated this for the 2020 hackthon:
There is currently a major issue with storing statistical data in Wikidata, which would be solved if we could upload the data to Commons as Tabular Data files.
It's proving unsustainable to use qualifiers to break down statistical data by date, let alone using any further breakdown (e.g. gender or age group). Items which need to store such data (e.g. countries) end up far too cluttered with statements so we simply have to choose not to keep historical data or any further breakdown.
We can currently store the tabular data on Commons, but without being able to query it alongside data in Wikidata it has a tiny fraction of the value. Using UNESCO and World Bank data for example, we would be able to generate charts like (Percentage of Primary age girls out of school in Algeria since 1970). Obviously that is just one example in one domain, the possibilities are truly endless!!
May 5 2020
Mar 30 2020
Hi @Ayushshri121, really nice work on the proposal :D The mock screenshots and diagrams are excellent, and really help to understand how everything works.
One thing that's missing is mention of the actual "depict statements" that refer to Wikidata items. For example, on https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Playing_in_the_Nuba_mountains.jpg you can see the structured data tab shows it depicts "airplane (Q197)", "tree (Q10884)", "sand (Q34673)" etc. However, this doesn't affect any of the user flows you have described and can easily fit into the same UI design - it just amounts to some extra content that can be rated for keep/remove with questions like "Does this image depict a tree?".
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Mar 24 2020
Hi @Gabrielchl, thanks so much for the proposal it all looks very well thought out so definitely nothing that needs adding or changing :)
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