Hi, On 09/19/2017 10:03 PM, Yuri Astrakhan wrote: > I would like to auto-add all the > corresponding wikidata based on wikipedia, for all remaining objects, > using JOSM's "Fetch Wikidata IDs".
If the Wikidata ID can be fetched automatically based on the Wikipedia tag, can we delete the Wikipedia tags from everything that has Wikidata afterwards because it is redundant? > This way, we will be able to quickly find all the objects that are > problematic with the Wikidata+OSM service. Adding problematic data to OSM in order to have it fixed is never a good idea. It is better to find the problems *first* and add only data that clears the QA hurdle to OSM. Is this not an option in your case? You have (personally) added a lot of problematic data in the past that had to be fixed by others, or maybe hasn't. > For example, thanks to the > community, we already fixed over 600 incorrect links to wiki > disambiguations pages, But this would have been possible without importing the data first? > We will be > able to fix when things are tagged as people (e.g. wikidata -> person, > instead of subject:wikidata -> person), I don't understand; you say that you want to add the wikidata tag to OSM and only afterwards can you find problems like this? Why can you not avoid adding a wikidata tag that points to a person in the first place since it is obviously incorrect? > find location errors (e.g. > wikidata and OSM point to very different locations, implying that its an > incorrect link). Again, OpenStreetMap is not a workbench for importing and then fixing non-OSM data (even if it may look convenient). Please build a QA process based on the un-imported data and import it once you have fixed the problems. Bye Frederik -- Frederik Ramm ## eMail frede...@remote.org ## N49°00'09" E008°23'33" _______________________________________________ talk mailing list email@example.com https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/talk