https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=46704

Quim Gil <q...@wikimedia.org> changed:

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--- Comment #33 from Quim Gil <q...@wikimedia.org> ---
(CCing Lydia because I'm mentioning the d: word below)  :)

SHORT TERM, CRITICAL TO GSoC 2014 PROJECTS

Let's agree that any plan related with GSoC 2014 is going to be based on an
implementation in Wikiapiary capable of feeding back to mediawiki.org. What is
more, the definition of a minimum viable product can focus on Wikiapiary alone.
I'd rather see a good and inspiring implementation exclusively in Wikiapiary
than a half-backed solution trying to make equally (un)happy both sites.


LONG TERM, TO BE ONLY REMOTELY CONSIDERED BY GSOC 2014 PROJECTS

SMW in mediawiki.org. Based on the history of this old discussion reactivated
every now and then, I don't see it happening. I don't even have an own opinion;
I'm talking about probability.

Now, let me share a question / thought: has anybody discussed the possibility
of creating Wikidata items for extensions, after defining a set of properties
to describe them? Linking those Wikidata items to mediawiki.org extension
pages, and then playing with templates and what not to keep the semantic data
up to date (version number, last release, dependencies, compatible with
MediaWiki releases...)? Then play with templates, queries and visualizations to
create all kinds of useful output, from structured extension pages to a proper
and robust map of extensions.

I mean, whether it is done with SMW or Wikidata, a common and most important
aspect of the work is how to define semantically an extension, which data we
want to display and we can update as automatically or as crowdsourced as
possible, and how to migrate the plaintext information we currently have to a
semantic container.

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