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LD4 Wikidata Affinity Group Call 9/8 - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah Kasten
07:07
Agenda: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GeKcUNdoWKwKz0T-bxR6GG6EM8FLzEHuvv9aOIYLZZ8/edit?usp=sharing
Sarah Kasten
08:12
Agenda: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GeKcUNdoWKwKz0T-bxR6GG6EM8FLzEHuvv9aOIYLZZ8/edit?usp=sharing
Sarah Kasten
09:16
Agenda: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GeKcUNdoWKwKz0T-bxR6GG6EM8FLzEHuvv9aOIYLZZ8/edit?usp=sharing
Sarah Kasten
10:09
Agenda for those just joining: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GeKcUNdoWKwKz0T-bxR6GG6EM8FLzEHuvv9aOIYLZZ8/edit?usp=sharing
hilary thorsen
14:31
Agenda for those just joining: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GeKcUNdoWKwKz0T-bxR6GG6EM8FLzEHuvv9aOIYLZZ8/edit?usp=sharing
Bob Kosovsky
15:20
Hilary, is this the correct Slack channel? https://app.slack.com/client/T0XBH91ST/CGS1Q2WP9/thread/CGS1Q2WP9-1596055752.143800
hilary thorsen
16:42
Let me check—might take a few minutes because it wants me to sign in online.
hilary thorsen
19:12
@Bob Kosovsky—yes, that’s the correct Slack channel (#wikidata). You should see latest post as announcement and links for today’s call
Bob Kosovsky
19:48
(thanks Hilary!)
Sarah Kasten
32:54
https://listeria/toolforge.org/botstatus.php
Sarah Kasten
34:48
https://listeria.toolforge.org/botstatus.php
Susan Deborah Radovsky
34:59
Is anyone else having trouble with that link? When I click it, I get something saying the server IP address can’t be found, but that may a problem at my end?
Sarah Kasten
35:25
Typo from me! updated now
ngozi osadebe
35:36
The same with me. it couldn't open.
Susan Deborah Radovsky
35:41
Thanks, Sarah!
Susan Deborah Radovsky
35:58
Working now!
Bob Kosovsky
36:00
maybe because everyone's looking at it simultaneously; the top directory is: https://listeria.toolforge.org/
Susan Deborah Radovsky
36:19
Thank you, Bob!
ngozi osadebe
36:26
Ok. it has opened.
Bob Kosovsky
37:59
Sarah: If we have time, can Rob take us through an actual search using the SPARQL query
Sarah Kasten
38:22
@Bob -- noted!
Susan Deborah Radovsky
42:58
Rob, this is really helping me to understand (and get excited about) Listeria — thank you!
Crystal Clements
42:59
When you're trying to use "On focus list of Wikimedia project", what do you put as the value of that property? The URL for the project? I don't see that projects have Q numbers.
Crystal Clements
46:16
Oooh, thank you! Ok that makes sense.
jim hayes
46:18
create your project Q number for example https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q62695096
Crystal Clements
47:01
Very clear, thank you!
Susan Deborah Radovsky
48:52
So cool!
Bob Kosovsky
49:06
yes, it's amazingly cool!
Alexandra Alisa Provo (she/her)
49:27
Yes, this is great and super helpful! I also appreciate the support/encouragement to use the on focus list property :)
Susan Deborah Radovsky
49:43
You explained it so clearly that there are no questions!
Melanie Wacker
49:54
Thank you! This is great.
Stephen Hearn
50:00
Is it appropriate to add the project id if you're not a participant?
Cliff Landis (he/him/his)
50:01
Thanks for breaking it down for us -- I've used Listeria lists before, but never seen how it's put together in the wiki code
Alexandra Alisa Provo (she/her)
50:21
Not yet, but I think it would help me with some projects
Bob Kosovsky
51:23
a Listeria editathon!
Susan Deborah Radovsky
51:31
That’s a great idea!
Crystal Clements
51:41
We're looking at keeping statistics for our PCC Pilot Project, to show items we have created or edited as part of the pilot
jim hayes
51:42
once you do a listeria, never going back to hand lists. essential pre-work for content creation
Susan Deborah Radovsky
52:15
I would love to know an example of using Listeria outside of Wikimedia?
Bob Kosovsky
52:47
I can see the OCLC people would be using Listeria as a kind of workflow / project management list
Susan Deborah Radovsky
52:50
I see!
Diane Shaw
52:53
An item can be on the focus list of multiple projects, yes?
Alexandra Alisa Provo (she/her)
53:32
Is there documentation of what properties are appropriate for “project” items?
Alexandra Alisa Provo (she/her)
53:51
thanks!
Crystal Clements
53:55
is there a good example we can work from?
Rob Fernandez
54:16
https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q28781198
Diane Shaw
55:14
Can we have an Mbabel demo in a future session?
hilary thorsen
55:49
Women in Red is another example: https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q43653733
Lena Denis (she/her)
56:41
super helpful, thank you, Rob!
Cliff Landis (he/him/his)
56:48
Thanks, Rob!!!
Crystal Clements
56:51
Thank you Rob!
hilary thorsen
56:52
This was great and so easy to follow!
Susan Deborah Radovsky
57:00
That was indeed helpful!
Will Kent
57:05
Great presentation, Rob! Wonderful to see you.
Bob Kosovsky
57:11
Thanks so much, Rob!
Diane Shaw
57:16
Thanks Rob!
Eric
57:17
Thanks so much!
Huda Khan
57:23
Thanks!
Susan Deborah Radovsky
59:40
What a great call — thanks!