Wikidata:Property proposal/GAMECIP platform ID
GAMECIP platform IDEdit
Originally proposed at Wikidata:Property proposal/Authority control
|Description||identifier of a computer game platform in the thesaurus of the Game Metadata and Citation Project|
|Data type||External identifier|
|Example 1||Dreamcast (Q184198) → 1053|
|Example 2||Microsoft Windows (Q1406) → 1117|
|Example 3||Windows XP (Q11248) → 1084|
|External links||Use in sister projects: [ar] • [de] • [en] • [es] • [fr] • [he] • [it] • [ja] • [ko] • [nl] • [pl] • [pt] • [ru] • [sv] • [vi] • [zh] • [commons] • [species] • [wd].|
|Number of IDs in source||125|
|Expected completeness||eventually complete (Q21873974)|
A controlled vocabulary (Q1469824) for computer game platforms (interestingly, a concept we do not appear to have ; superclass of video game console (Q8076), arcade game machine (Q192851) and operating system (Q9135) ; subclass of computing platform (Q241317)?), described in Implementing Controlled Vocabularies for Computer Game Platforms and Media Formats in SKOS (Q39771738).
This was brought up by @Sadads: a couple of months ago on Wikidata_talk:WikiProject_Video_games. After having read Get your vocabularies in Wikidata... and following the example of Property:P3763, I think a property makes sense. I will make a Mix’n’match catalogue for it.
The alignment with this ontology may also help with the modelling around the platform property.
Also cc @Diggr:.