Commons:Structured data/Development/Team

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Structured Data on Wikimedia Commons is a collaboration between developers and the communities of Wikimedia Commons, Wikidata, Wikipedia, and sister projects.

The developer team used to consist of staff from both the Wikimedia Foundation and Wikimedia Deutschland. Community developers (tool developers, bot operators, developers at partner organizations) also played a large role in this project. All the developed features were designed, created, tested and improved in close collaboration with the community of active contributors to Commons, Wikidata, Wikipedia, and sister projects. The project also warmly welcomes active feedback from cultural institutions (GLAMs)!

Original Structured data on Commons team:

If you want to contact the current team working with Structured Data, you can leave a note here:

For GLAM and culture-related projects with Structured Data:

Wikidata and Wikibase[edit]

The Structured Commons team during a project meetup at Wikimania 2017
Another team group photo during Wikimania 2017
  • Adam Baso, Director, Engineering
  • Ramsey Isler, Product Manager
  • Mark Holmquist, Lead Software Engineer
  • Cormac Parle, Senior Software Engineer
  • Matthias Mullie, Software Engineer
  • Eric Gardner, Software Engineer
  • Anne Tomasevich, Software Engineer


  • Jonathan Morgan, Senior Design Researcher
  • Matthew Williams, Senior User Experience Designer
  • Nirzar Pangarkar, Design Manager
  • Pamela Drouin, User Experience Designer
  • Niharika Ved, Design Research Intern

Search Platform[edit]

  • Deborah Tankersley, Product Manager
  • Erika Bjune, Engineering Manager
  • Stas Malyshev, Senior Performance Engineer
  • Erik Bernhardson, Senior Software Engineer

Mediawiki Platform[edit]

  • Brion Vibber, Lead Software Architect
  • Brad Jorsch, Senior Software Engineer

Support from other teams[edit]

Advancement, Operations, Performance, Legal, Security