On Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 6:57 PM, Scott MacLeod
Hi Lydia and Wikidatans,
In what ways are Wikidatan developers planning for Creative Commons' databases for images, etc. - http://search.creativecommons.org/ - as well as for interoperability, - so, beyond WikiCommons' file-topic searching and storage images - especially if these CC databases already have structured data support (and perhaps vis-a-vis Maxime's Google TOS' question as well)?
Hey Scott :)
What kind of interaction/integration do you have in mind?
My questions about C.C. Wikidata integration / interaction have to do with Creative Commons' entities /resources, as examples of external sister projects. Are there any examples so far of Creative Commons' licensed databases that interact/integrate/interoperate with Wikidata and which might parallel or build on the ways in which Wikidata is exploring accessing WikiCommons, and interlingually especially? And what are other examples of Wikidata being used by external sister projects, and in each language? Where (what URLs) will such lists emerge?
In thinking about the Wikidata/WikiCommons/Creative Commons' roadmap ahead, I'm curious what the possible scenarios are especially for using SemanticWiki / Wikidata in the Creative Commons' sphere, and in an expansive way, even for the creation, for example, of Creative Commons' related coding jobs in many/all 7,106 + languages, and interlingually (and vis-a-vis WUaS).
What are Wikidata's nascent plans to support innovations in Creative Commons' structured data projects in the future, for example?
In what ways too might metrics, such as Google Analytics, Watson Analytics or MediaWiki Analytics, for example, be anticipated innovatively roadmap-wise, and interlingually, and especially vis a vis SemanticWiki/Wikidata and CC databases?