Welcome to Wikidata, Sebastian Wallroth!
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Nun geht es los, die Denkmal-Items laufen in der Liste der Regelverletzungen auf, da fehlen Koordinaten, Verwaltungseinheiten etc., kannst es dir ja mal angucken. Queryzo (talk) 22:45, 15 December 2016 (UTC)
Hello Sebastian Wallroth.
You have made a mistake with Q21917769. You have merged a watercourse in Canada with a street in Copenhagen, which just happens to have the same name. --Dannebrog Spy (talk) 10:46, 25 April 2018 (UTC)
pronunciation audio - probably should be on lexemesEdit
Hi - I notice you've been adding pronunciation audio for a lot of items in Wikidata. Since items represent "concepts" (across any language) rather than words (in a specific language), and the labels may be changed since several words can represent the same concept, it's probably better to move these relations to the corresponding lexeme entries, like organization/organisation (L4333). Check in with Wikidata talk:Lexicographical data if you have any questions about working with lexemes. Thanks for getting all these audio files! ArthurPSmith (talk) 14:52, 17 May 2019 (UTC)
- Hi ArthurPSmith, you are absolutely right. The problem is, that the Lingua Libre bot is overloaded. Can you help me with this? I need a list of all lexeme IDs for a given list of words (i.e. Schirm,Schirms,Schirme) where the words can be the value of several lexemes. --Sebastian Wallroth (talk) 16:45, 17 May 2019 (UTC)
- I'm not sure quite what you're asking for, but you should be able to do it with the query service. For example, see this query for all lexemes with a form that matches "Schirm", providing some details about the data associated with it (click "Edit SPARQL" from the menu to see the original query syntax). ArthurPSmith (talk) 18:20, 17 May 2019 (UTC)
Problems for item pronunciationEdit
Hallo, Sebastian! I came here to mention Items->Lexeme transition too. Now I just want to show some examples of problems linked with adding pronunciations to items. Mainly they are caused by non-unique correspondence between words and notions.
- As you understand one item like family name (Q101352) can have different denoting words, just look at label and aliases: "Nachname", "Zuname", "Schreibname", "Geburtsname", "Ehename", "Geschlechtsname". You've just recoreded "Familienname".
- At hair (Q28472) you've added "Haar" but probably it is more logical to have some plural form like "Haare" or "Haarschaft". Also look at hair (biomaterial) (Q40895177) which I don't understand and head hair (Q336128).
- Human word like "Regenwürmer" may correspond to several scientific names like Lumbricidae (Q2925555) and earthworm (Q124378). Also
- Sometimes you are choosing even not a label but alias like in thank you (Q19279214). What about manometer (Q216782)? I cannot even find a word you pronounced among labels and aliases. And do you know what is Q12311350? --Infovarius (talk) 11:04, 21 May 2019 (UTC)
- Hi User:Infovarius, I'm playing around with https://lingualibre.fr/ There you can record files for lexemes as well as for Wikipedia articles. What I did is getting a list of wikidata entries with queries like https://w.wiki/4BV and lingua libre adds the files to the wikidata entries. I hope this answers the question, how and why a add pronounciations files. --Sebastian Wallroth (talk) 11:32, 21 May 2019 (UTC)
Merge of podcast episode (Q61855877) into podcast (Q24634210)Edit
I don’t think this merger was a good idea yet:
- podcast episode (Q61855877) was about a podcast episode (eg, 60words is a podcast episode)
- podcast (Q24634210) is about a podcast show (eg, Radiolab (Q2856080) is a podcast show)
- podcasting (Q20899) is a weird mix between the above and podcasting as a distribution medium and broadcasting technology (eg, podcasting allows people to subscribe to content using RSS)
- I was reading it like this: There are podcasts, consisting of podcast episodes, and podcasting is the producing/hosting of podcasts. This compares to blogs, consisting of blog posts, where blogging is the writing/hosting of blogs. I did the merge having this is my mind. What do you think? --Sebastian Wallroth (talk) 11:33, 18 June 2019 (UTC)
- I think we are mostly in agreement here (I like your analogy to blogposts too :)) But what I said above still stands: podcast episode (Q61855877) is a podcast episode, podcast (Q24634210) is a podcast show − hence merging the former into the latter does not work, does it? Jean-Fred (talk) 11:46, 18 June 2019 (UTC)
Next meetup in BerlinEdit
Hello Sebastian and @A ka es:,
I remember that we talked about the Wikidata meetups in Berlin during Wikimania but I can't remember what you told me, I'm sorry. Is there a new one planned soon?
Could you imagine organizing one in October, close to the dates of the WikidataCon (25-26.10)? It could be nice for people who are in Berlin but can't attend to the conference, or for people who are attending but would like a short introduction beforehand.