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Esta página describe qué esperar si Wikidata tiene un ítem sobre ti o alguien a quien representes. Si no hay un ítem sobre ti y te gustaría crear uno, visita la página sobre relevancia. Wikidata también tiene una política acerca de uso de ítems de personas vivas. Esperamos que puedas hacer uso de Wikidata, que puedas quedarte y ayudarnos a construirla.

Tu biografía

En Wikidata

En general, en Wikidata es posible que puedas editar tu propio ítem. Sin embargo, no debes crear un ítem sobre ti a menos que estés seguro o segura de cumplir el criterio de notabilidad y relevancia.

Si tu agregar declaraciones sobre aspectos de tu biogafía, como tu lugar de nacimiento, logros, trabajo o reconocimientos, estos deben encontrarse en fuentes verificables.

De igual manera, no deberías eliminar declaraciones que cuenten con referencias. Si consideras que son erróneas, por favor anota el asunto el el Chat del proyecto, donde podrás discutir cualquier otro problema sobre el ítem. Por otro lado, puedes solicitar que se retire información privada a través del email

En Wikipedia

Hay más de 300 Wikipedias en diferentes idiomas. El criterio de "relevancia" para la inclusión son más estrictos que en Wikidata ("por favor, no escribas un artículo sobre ti"), Si hay un artículo sobre ti, en uno o más proyectos Wikimedia, deberás adherirte a las políticas locales de autobiografía antes de editar.

Wikimedia Foundation policies

On 9 April 2009, the Wikimedia Foundation's Board of Trustees passed a resolution regarding Wikimedia's handling of material in biographies of living people (BLPs). It noted that there are problems with some BLPs being overly promotional in tone, being vandalized, and containing errors and smears. The Foundation urges that special attention be paid to neutrality and verifiability regarding living persons; that human dignity and personal privacy be taken into account, especially in articles of ephemeral or marginal interest; and that anyone who has a complaint about how they are described on the project's websites be treated with patience, kindness, and respect.

Although this is not so much of a problem on Wikidata, you may raise your concerns on the Project chat, on the Administrators' Noticeboard, or on the talk page of the editor concerned. If you are not satisfied with the response of editors and admins to a concern about biographical material about living people, you can contact the Wikimedia Foundation directly.

If you are editing a page about someone else, for reward (as part of your job, for money, or for some other consideration), you must declare that (on your user page, talk pages, or edit summaries) according to Wikimedia Foundation policy on paid editing.


Wikidata stores a large number of types of unique identifiers which can be used to disambiguate you from other people with the same name, and on the other hand can unify records about you no matter how your name is provided. These include, (but are not limited to) VIAF ID (P214), ISNI (P213), ORCID iD (P496), ResearcherID (P1053), Scopus author ID (P1153), and Google Scholar author ID (P1960). If you find these relationships missing from the item about you on Wikidata, you may add them, or, again, drop a note on Project chat.

Wikidata editors

Editors in Wikidata or one of its sister projects like Wikipedia can also add these identifiers to their user page using the "Authority control" template - see for example this guide to doing so for ORCID, an ID scheme for which editors are eligible to register.



Wikidata can include a link to a photograph of you (via the image (P18) property). You can supply a suitable photograph but you must only upload one for which you hold the copyright (usually because you took it). If a family member, colleague or friend took a suitable picture, they can upload it. See the general wikimedia guide to uploading pictures of yourself.

Spoken voice

You can submit a recording (or several, one in each language that you speak) of your spoken voice, so that people know what you sound like and how you pronounce your name. For details, see the project page.