On Fri, May 30, 2014 at 9:18 AM, Markus Krötzsch
<mar...@semantic-mediawiki.org> wrote:
> On 29/05/14 21:04, Andrew Gray wrote:
>> One other issue to bear in mind: it's *simple* to have properties as a
>> separate thing. I have been following this discussion with some
>> interest but... well, I don't think I'm particularly stupid, but most
>> of it is completely above my head.
>> Saying "here are items, here are a set of properties you can define
>> relating to them, here's some notes on how to use properties" is going
>> to get a lot more people able to contribute than if they need to start
>> understanding theoretical aspects of semantic relationships...
> Good point. The thread has really gone off in a rather philosophical
> direction :-) As Jane said, examples (of places where a property should be
> used *and* of places where it should not be used) are definitely much more
> useful to help our editors on the ground. I usually use items I know as role
> models or have a look for suitable showcase items.

Soon the entity suggester will help you here by simply suggesting a
list of properties likely missing in the item. Currently blocked on
some final code-review at the Foundation. /me goes and pokes again.


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