10-30, 22:15–23:00 (UTC), Room 2
This session examines and discusses some key Wikidata-driven tools in helping women biography projects for the Women in Red project and the Smithsonian Institution American Women's History Initiative including: * Listeria – the tool for generating worklists from Wikidata, including Women in Red’s Redlists and the Smithsonian's Funk List of women scientists * Infoboxes – how might Wikidata-derived infoboxes be improved on and more widely adopted * Mbabel – tool for one-click creation of draft articles based on Wikidata content * Translation – how might biographies in other language Wikipedia editions be used in translation tools and accessed in Listeria listings, and what is the current status of machine translation * Cradle – forms-based interface for generating new Wikidata items * WEF-Framework (and the challenge of women’s names) * Humaniki – Wikidata-driven statistics for tracking gender gap progress
Participants will understand the various ways in which Wikidata plays a central role in improving content around women's biographies and how a wide variety of tools help achieve this. The goal is to foster a discussion on how we might improve these practices, or learn new and novel ways to do more with Wikidata.Language –
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Richard Knipel has served as Wikimedian in Residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, developing Wikidata and other projects there, as well as various wider GLAM projects through Wikimedia NYC.
Andrew Lih is Wikimedian at Large for the Smithsonian Institution in the United States and the Wikimedia Strategist for The Met Museum in New York City.
Board member Wikimedia District of Columbia