[Tagging] Fwd: OSM Wikibase is now live
yuriastrakhan at gmail.com
Tue Sep 18 20:58:02 UTC 2018
Simon, at this point, there only content of the Item namespace are short
key descriptions and a few "facts" (like the status of the proposal and the
type of objects it applies to). The linked images are licensed under their
Would copying short description strings be considered fair use or even
re-licensable under CC0? If not, would the community be ok to rewrite
them as part of the migration to the new system? I suspect the migration
will still need to be done by hand, because there are many
links/templates/other markup that needs to be reworked, so this might not
that big of an extra challenge.
On Tue, Sep 18, 2018 at 4:47 PM Simon Poole <simon at poole.ch> wrote:
> a) all of the relevant wiki content is licensed CC BY-SA 2.0, I don't
> see any remotely practical way to re-licence the contents at this point
> in time
> b) if something is (actually) licensed on CC0 terms (and not pretend
> CC0) the creator of the work has rescinded all rights in it (as far as
> possible) and is definitely not in the position to require distribution
> on CC0 terms.
> Am 18.09.2018 um 18:37 schrieb peterkrauss:
> > Hi, veri good news!
> > About license, can by changed to CC0 as Wikidata?
> > It very important in structured data and data-interchange to use
> > CC0... We are using Wikidata with government applications because is
> > CC0: we can copy/paste wikidata information to a table and publish the
> > table with the text of an official act (law).. The text of the
> > official act MUST be CC0.
> > Em 2018-09-18 06:43, Yuri Astrakhan escreveu:
> >> Cross-posting to tagging as this new effort should help tagging and
> >> metadata management the most.
> >> Osmaritans,
> >> as of today, OSM Wiki can store structured tag metadata similar to
> >> Wikidata. In every possible language, cross-linked, with images,
> >> validation rules, or anything else the community decides to store
> >> there. See examples:
> >> Key:bridge:movable: https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Item:Q104
> >> Tag:bridge:movable=bascule:
> >> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Item:Q888
> >> I have imported most frequent Keys from the TagInfo, plus parsed wiki
> >> pages to try to get multilingual descriptions, images, etc. Our next
> >> step is to add more descriptive properties, translations,
> >> validations(?), better images. The structured data is accessible via
> >> Lua (our new templating language), so at some point we may want to
> >> replace info cards and tables(?) with the automatically generated
> >> ones.
> >> Help is needed: our wiki is large and multilingual. If you can help,
> >> especially if you can run a wiki bot to automate some data parsing and
> >> wikibase item creation, please reply. When editing, please do not
> >> change or translate the "label" field. Only use description field for
> >> the translation efforts, add statements, etc. If you need new
> >> properties, please write at
> >> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OpenStreetMap_talk:Wikibase
> >> Other fun links:
> >> Documentation:
> >> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OpenStreetMap:Wikibase
> >> All items:
> >> Other bridge:movable tags:
> >> Reg-ex based validation rules:
> >> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Item:Q574#P13
> >> For many Key:* pages, you will now see a link on the left side
> >> "OpenStreetMap Wiki item".
> >> P.S. Big thank you goes to Tom Hughes for helping to launch this
> >> project!
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