Sun, Sep 22
Aug 3 2019
Another option : specify a class of exceptions. A property « exception class »
Mar 11 2019
Dec 10 2018
May 27 2018
Psychoslave added a comment.
In T193728#4231659 https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T193728#4231659,
@TomT0m https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/p/TomT0m/ wrote:
That mean that you could potentially indeed rebuild the very same set of
books with a prose automaton, but also (and most likely) many other prose
variations. And if you would include predicates extracted from fanfictions
from different sources and unsourced predicates around Harry Potter
universe including potentially completely novel ones, that would probably
be a even more closely corresponding analogy with the current state of
*This is rather unrealistic at this point and unrelated to my point. The
question raised is rather : Wikipedia has an infobox. Wikidata has the same
informations compared to that infobox, but it was not imported but rebuilt
from scratch by a user. *
May 25 2018
Well, entries that were not created thanks to massive import from
Wikipedia obviously don't raise any concern of infringement of Wikipedia
community copyright. It doesn't say more about those that were indeed
imported in such a way, do it?
As far as I understand copyright, if by a pure random event I happen to
write exactly one page of Harry Potter, I can’t publish this as easily as I
would want. The stuff is protected whatever the way it was created. So it
does not matter if we actually imported datas or it happens we
substancially have the same result by over means.
May 23 2018
Well, you just said that that there might be cases "where copyright law
permits the extraction of information from copyrighted texts", so I believe
that an explicit indication about those cases in the CC-BY-SA license could
be helpful for other people to avoid repeating this conversation in other
May 14 2018
In such cases there is a simple rule which says that you should choose the safest way in order to comply with the law, as any doubt remaining would be baneful.
Just to check if there is an actual problem here: let’s imagine a theorical usecase.
Feb 14 2018
I think the simpler the writing of the query is, the better for the user. As a user, I’d prefer not having to care about wikibase:label at all, having a label for a human is such an important and basic thing … Most of the time it’s just annoying to have to add this to a query.
Jan 17 2018
For the iterator usecase, I wrote a library of base iterators : that allows to https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Module:Iterators that can be composed to make powerful stuffs.
Dec 22 2017
Nov 25 2017
Nov 13 2016
Question : History of old articles
Oct 19 2016
Oct 17 2016
Sep 24 2016
Sep 5 2016
Hi, maybe I come after the battle, but if you're not aware of this, Wikidata has now a "conversion to SI unit" that could come valuable for this as it stores the value of the configuration file.
Aug 16 2016
Additional links (button "display page", what links here, see diff) are working.
Aug 7 2016
Jul 9 2016
Jun 7 2016
@kaldari : the proposed solutions with arbitrary access are here : https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Wikidata:WikiProject_Cross_Items_Interwikis
Apr 16 2016
Feb 17 2016
Jan 12 2016
You are working on automatic mapping ? Does seem a little hard indeed. I
was thinking on optional manual mapping in the UI of the formula datatype
as a first step. Maybe we could suggest a few predefined operator mappings
for common case later ...
It's not a question of appearance, but of meaning. In a boolean algebra,
the inputs and result of the operation are sets, whereas in logics we
manipulate truth values of different kind.
Otherwise it would be like a Wikipedia article where every word is a link.
I don't think it's a question of generating a link, but a way to have a generic math formula semantics precisions.
Jan 10 2016
Jan 9 2016
Hi, this is bugs, I'd like that this was a feature ...
Dec 16 2015
The variables are mapped, but what about the operators ?