Commons talk:Wiki Loves Africa
For 2014 messages see: Commons talk:Wiki Loves Africa 2014
Structured Data on Commons and Wiki Loves... campaigns: wishes for UploadWizard?
Benefits include multilinguality of Commons files (users can find and describe files on Commons in many languages), and machine-readable data with better APIs, that offer more advanced possibilities to build applications like Monumental.
In the not so far future, you will also be able to organize Wiki Loves... (Monuments, Earth, Africa, Art, Love, ...) campaigns on Wikimedia Commons with structured data. This is entirely optional, but maybe you are already interested in this!
In the course of 2019, the SDC development team wants to improve Wikimedia Commons' UploadWizard to support the campaigns that want to be powered by Structured Data 'new style'.
Do you have ideas and wishes for this? The team wants to hear which structured data features you want to see in UploadWizard, and we are now organizing a consultation about this over the next two weeks. This page gives more context, and links to where you can leave feedback. We're collecting this first round of input until April 17. Many thanks in advance for all your ideas! SandraF (WMF) (talk) 12:10, 4 April 2019 (UTC)
Global disease covid-19
May those who lost their loved ones due to this global desease be healed and never loose hope.May the world support our leaders by listening to them and stay at home. Motlatxo (talk) 21:07, 28 March 2020 (UTC)
Could we Internationalize WLA2021 contest main page?
I took advantage and added translate tags to the main page for WLA2021: of course, the page is intended for applicants, and voters are also keen to watch what is going on (wow can’t wait to see files rolling in). While I am very far bodily from Africa, WLA is among the best source of joy and armchair journeys I find on Commons. Let’s share the bright hope together across readers/photo lovers across the oceans, shall we? --Omotecho (talk) 04:08, 19 February 2021 (UTC)