Hello L, L and D!
Thanks for your email, L.
I ordered a 23 cm (9 inch) round chocolate cake with raspberries on it yesterday which will have written on it - "Happy 4th Birthday Wikidata SF" - and which I'll pick up in Berkeley before the Wikidata 4th birthday party in SF on W October 26th.
I hope WUaS can potentially open for student applicants with a CC MIT OCW-centric course catalog in all 7 languages (and CC Yale OYC-centric too) - emerging out of Wikidata - and beginning in January at the WikiDev 2017 conference, and that WUaS can explore collaborating with a team of multilingual Wikidata coders, programmers and wiki developers in the process after this. What might be the best ways to communicate further about this, please?
WUaS seeks to become a growth story for Wikidata and the Internet as well - with plans for wiki schools in all 7,943+ languages and much more.
L, L and D, WUaS is currently in a UC Berkeley Law "New Business Practicum" course for a second semester, and exploring forking WUaS into 2 wings re revenue around Creative Commons. How best to talk about this with you at Wikidata as well?
Looking forward to the Wikidata birthday parties next week! Happy 4th Birthday, Wikidata! :)
Hi Ian and Wikidata,
Great, Ian and Arc.heolo.gy!
To complement your efforts, WUaS, which donated WUaS to Wikidata a year ago, seeks to develop a realistic virtual earth with TIME SLIDER for STEM researchers to add their data - conceptually like Google Street View/Maps/Earth with TIME SLIDER with OpenSim for group building, but with much much more precision, and so scientists can wiki add their own computer modeling, and in all 8k languages, and at the cellular, molecular and nano levels too - drawing on and querying from Wikidata. (See - http://scott-macleod.
blogspot.com/2016/10/ organisms-at-high-altitude- how-will.html - and http://scott-macleod. blogspot.com/2016/10/cetonia- aurata-how-many-further-ways- we.html). D.K. has responded to a couple of related WUaS "Troy"-example posts in this Wikidata-l email list, as well.
Organisms at high altitude: How will data science move toward real, real time - for, for example, a) ensemble music making, and b) a realistic virtual earth e.g. for real, real time brain research at the 1) street view, 2) neuronal (cellular) and 3) nano (atomic) levels - with regard to the focus of your talk - disparate data sources?, Found Purdue's Mohammad Sadoghi's replies after his IBM Cognitive Systems (CSIG) talk to my questions above very helpful, which were something like: a) Selective integration of the whole of the system, b) Active pathways within the whole of the system, Daniel, in a related vein and conceptually, how would you model elevation change over time (e.g. in a Google Street View/Maps/Earth with TIME SLIDER, conceptually, for example) with Wikidata, building on the example you've already shared? For example if one wanted to use Wikidata to model the 9 levels or 46 sublevels of Troy (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troy)http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2016/10/organisms-at-high-altitude-how-will.html
Cetonia aurata: How many further ways could we use a 15 foot cubed augmented reality "classroom" AROUND us?, Besides a STEM field site in all 8k languages, and for digital libraries and museums, in each of all 8k languages, Here are some possibilities: Digital humanities' project, Digital history around us from film/news, Digital stage set / opera space, Digital hospital / operating room, Digital brain at nano, molecular and neuronal levels, Digital galaxy for scientific space travel, Digital store (any store on earth), Digital ecosystem, A film production set, Synthetic biology/evolutionary biological laboratory, A way to travel to a 1968 Grateful Dead concert and be in the middle of it, and then with time slider to travel to a 1978 show for example, all by adding Youtube videos and converting them to avatars and augmented reality, Scutelleridae: Open "Naked Harbin Ethnography" book from within 15 ft cubed augmented reality "LIBRARY" around you from BATH TUB & enter Harbin warm pool~culture?http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2016/10/cetonia-aurata-how-many-further-ways-we.html