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Andrew Lih on other wikis:
- English Wikipedia: w:User:Fuzheado
Conflict of interest disclosures edit
- I have served in several roles with cultural and heritage institutions, sometimes as a volunteer, in pro-bono work, or in compensated roles:
- As of 2020, I work with the en:Smithsonian Institution as Wikimedian-at-large in a compensated role, helping the museums, research institutions, affiliates and educational units with contributing their content under their open access initiative and Strategic Plan 2022.
- As of 2019, I work with the Metropolitan Museum of Art as a Wikimedia Strategist in a compensated role, working with their collections managers and developers with content contributions and Wikidata work related to their Open Access initiative.
- I have worked with the en:Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre in the launch of their performing arts and cultural facility in Mumbai, India, from March-April 2023. This included the release of open access images and video covering Indian arts, culture, and fashion as well as the upload of 360 imagery.
- I have worked with the Varkey Foundation in promoting their en:Global Teacher Prize and helping to release their content under a free license. I have contributed photos from their event to Wikimedia Commons and helped create a stand-alone en:Global Teacher Prize page (split from the main en:Varkey Foundation article) and removed overly-promotional language in 2018.
- I have worked with the en:Pulitzer Prizes to take high-quality portrait photos of winners (journalists, authors, artists) and upload them to Wikimedia Commons in 2018. They can be found here at commons:Category:2018_Pulitzer_Prizes.
- I have worked with the en:Cleveland Museum of Art on file uploads and the creation of Wikidata items related to their release of open access materials in January 2019.
- The original WP:COI policy had a prime directive that I abide by: "When advancing outside interests is more important to an editor than advancing the aims of Wikipedia, that editor stands in a conflict of interest." In this spirit, partnerships can thrive with coincident and reinforcing goals of advancing the content of Wikipedia, Wikidata, and Commons through the knowledge and resources of GLAM institutions. This distinction is important since not all "paid" editing is seen as inherently contradictory to the Wikimedia community's goals, in the same way, that not pure "volunteer" editing is not always virtuous. In the past, I have helped establish guidelines and best practices for public relations and corporate communications professionals to maintain a hands-off policy for Wikipedia content, which can be seen at WP:PRCOM, which was a crucial point in Wikimedia movement's history.
Some pages edit
- Wikidata:Linked open data workflow - workflow for GLAM orgs in Wikidata
Some experiments edit
- Wiki Art Depiction Explorer - a tool developed with the support of the Knight Foundation to add depiction information to artworks in Wikidata
- Wikidata queries that might be interesting to folks, including ones that create knowledge graphs
- Smithsonian Institution content on Wikidata.
- Metropolitan Museum of Art objects in Wikidata - property dashboard using the InteGraality tool to show completeness of all objects, the Timeline of Art History and Met highlights.
- Metropolitan Museum of Art - Most written about artworks - SPARQL | TABernacle list (editable)
- Query to show which Wikipedia articles exist for a given Wikidata item, using Listeria - /Museums and languages
- Query to show most used properties for an object - 
- Query to show most used "sourcing circumstances" qualifiers for instance of (P31) -