Commons:Structured data/About/Press and presentations
This page brings together presentations, slides, articles, and other media coverage about Structured data on Commons.
Please, if you have seen or done one add to the list below.
For Structured data on Commons presentations, tutorials, or workshops related to GLAM and culture see Structured data/GLAM/Events.
- Editing structured data (on Commons and Wikidata) about public art
- Como contribuir com o Structured Data on Commons (In Portuguese)
On April 2021, Wikipedia Weekly Network live editing session showed how to add structured data to a category on Commons using SPARQL and QuickStatements.
The workshop was by Ainali and Abbe98, in English. Both users showed live editing on Wikidata and discussed the thought process of what and why they were doing every step.
- Wikipedia Weekly Network - LIVE Wikidata editing #39:
- 00:00 - Introduction
- 03:35 - Query to Quickstatement workflow
- 24:36 - SDC query to Quickstatement workflow
In April 14, 2021, users John Cummings, Richard Knipel, and Andrew Lih presented an overview of Structured Data on Commons and explained some of its tools and experiences.
Structured Data on Commons introduction and workshop, by Sandra Fauconnier, during WikiArabia 2019.
Press, articles, and other coverage about Structured Commons
- December 2019: Wrapping up version one: Structured Data on Commons, by Keegan Peterzell (Diff Blog)
- February 2019: Wikimedia Polska Bulletin
- February 2018: Structured Data on Commons is the most important development in Wikimedia’s usability, by John Lubbock (Wikimedia UK)
- 29 September 2017: Katherine Maher, Executive Director of the Wikimedia Foundation, answered questions on Quora. One of her answers, mentioning Structured Data on Commons, was republished on Huffington Post.
- September 2017: Rama published an article about Structured Commons in Arbido, a Swiss online magazine for archivists, librarians and documentalists: original in French, illustrated and the article translated in English.