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Wikidocumentaries is a
Wikibase project , which aggregates content from Wikimedia projects, openly licensed GLAM archives through queries and from the visitors. It will deal with less notable topics, such as biographies or local history . |+|
Wikidocumentaries is a project which aggregates content from Wikimedia projects, openly licensed GLAM archives through queries and from the visitors. less notable topics, such as biographies or local history events.
|−|The first selection of items will cover the geographical area of Finland, people related to the the country, events in Finland etc. The selection may also be created organically on the go. | |
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Each page consists of content modules that are added to the page depending on the page type, topic type and available content.
This lists ideas for them, not everything is created immediately. Each module is described in more detail on their own page. |+|
Each page consists of content modulesthat are added to the page depending on the page type, topic type and available content.
|−|* Topic page header | |
|−|* Wikipedia article | |
|−|* Wikidata infobox | |
|−|* Local article | |
|−|** Testimonial article | |
|−|** Non-notable | |
|−|* Related content | |
|−|** Wikipedia article | |
|−|** Local article | |
|−|** User generated surveys/quizzes/enquiries | |
|−|* Images | |
|−|* Map | |
|−|* Newspaper articles | |
|−|* Data visualizations | |
|−|** Timeline | |
|−|** Family tree | |
|−|* Bibliography | |
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|−|The site will also host [[ tools|Tools]] for working with the materials displayed | |
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Back end== |+|
site runs on a Wikibase, which stores a subset of Wikidata items. Federation between Wikidata and Wikidocumentaries will take place both ways. |+|
The of and will .
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|−|Other data to store in the Wikibase are definitions of APIs in various organisations where Wikidocumentaries expects to find content. |+|
technology of Wikidocumentaries is based on previously untested setup of using Wikidata data to create the backbone of the site information. |+|
the . The the .
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Topics= == |+|
|−|Page = item in Wikidata and/or Wikidocumentaries. Each topic in Wikidocumentaries has a page. |+|
The is a with a . will to . also .
|−|* The initial set of topics in Wikidocumentaries are created by selecting a set of Wikidata items and creating them in Wikidocumentaries. | |
|−|* When the user navigates to a page that does not exist in Wikidocumentaries, but for which there is an item in Wikidata (through a link in Wikipedia text for example), the page is automatically created. | |
|−|* The user may create additional topics in Wikidocumentaries with a set of minimum required properties. | |
|−|* The scope of automatically created item may at some point be defined as a Shape Expression, which will probably be stored in the Federated Wikibases registry. This definition can help add whole thematic areas at once in a coordinated manner. | |
|−|* The newly created items in Wikidocumentaries can be automatically imported to Wikidata, when they meet a certain criteria. This can also be expressed as a ShEx. | |
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|−|* Can Wikidata properties be used ''LIVE'' in Wikidocumentaries? |+|
can be a realistic schedule for deploying Shape Expressions? |+|
* What ?
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|−|==Front end== |+|
|−|Wikidocumentaries starts by creating the necessary functionalities in the MediaWiki interface. The goal is, however, to create an independent interface that reads the underlying Wikibase and MediaWiki information through an API. | |
A gradually growing definition of the site's technological design challenges and decisions.
Wikidocumentaries is a project which aggregates content from Wikimedia projects, openly licensed GLAM archives through queries and from the visitors. The project allows less notable topics, such as biographies of ordinary people, or local history events.
Each content page consists of content modules that are added to the page depending on the page type, topic type and available content.
See full list of Content modules
Reading content through APIs
Content is primarily not stored in Wikidocumentaries. It is read from organisations and platforms that offer open and openly licensed content for use through APIs. The structure of the API calls will be stored in Wikidocumentaries and the information stored about the topics will be used to construct the queries.
Each topic can be complemented with more info, the relating article can be made better, images can be tagged with names, keywords or location etc. The site will host tools for working with the materials displayed.
The platform is built on a MediaWiki with a Wikibase extension. Using Wikibase will collect issues regarding topics related specifically to Wikibase. It will also handle issues about the MediaWiki install, extensions etc.
Wikidocumentaries starts by creating the necessary functionalities in the MediaWiki interface. The goal is, however, to create an independent interface that reads the underlying Wikibase and MediaWiki information through an API.
- What is the best way to include linked images from the web?