Hi M, L, F, J, and M (and DK?),
As I emailed yesterday, I'm writing to follow up on the following, M, vis-a-vis the Wikidata Toolkit -
"You are invited to contribute code/feature requests/use cases. If you have a concrete task that you would like to solve, please let us know, and we will see what we can do " -
I'm writing to inquire if you could please help with the initial development of wiki, Creative Commons' licensed, MIT OCW-centric World University and School with the Wikidata Toolbox, in Semantic MediaWiki, or related, and in Wikidata, as a 'concrete task use case,' and especially for structuring WUaS's upcoming wiki for SQL querying of data, - and multilingually (WUaS is planned for all 7,105 languages as wiki schools, and with a planned universal translator - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/WUaS_Universal_Translator) - over time?
At the bottom of this page - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/ - you'll find links to the main pages, and planned, accredited, C.C., MIT OCW-centric, online, university degrees (and planned for large languages eventually) in the existing, current, 647, WUaS, wiki pages, thus far, as a kind of beginning template with which to build from with the Wikidata Toolbox.
And here are "Three, main, I.T. foci at World University & School, Music School, Universal Translator, Virtual Harbin Hot Springs/Earth as 'classroom'," with WUaS's 9, main, wiki, area pages - http://worlduniversityandschool.blogspot.com/2012/02/three-main-it-foci-at-world-university.html - in the WUaS blog.
And, lastly, here's one example, by Kingsley Idehen, of engaging Semantic Wiki in terms of 'Semantic Web & Identity' vis-a-vis WUaS's main, 'You at WUaS' page -
http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2014/02/wild-cosmos-im-excited-for-potential-of.html - from my personal blog.
The Wikidata Toolbox is great, and hoping here for a positive reply. Thank you!
As a FYI: After emailing with Gantt yesterday about my email to Markus and Wikidata and SemanticWiki, Gantt asked about the concrete task I had asked them to do per their invitation, as well as WUaS's all-languages' plans, goals and approaches vs. focusing on English. Here's what I wrote:
"Perhaps I should have made this explicit, but I think the setup aspect of WUaS with Wiki Toolkit in Wikidata / SMW is also quite concrete (and invaluable), and Wikidata has been designed for Wikipedia's 287 languages, so languages should be central concretely from the beginning ... Markus and Daniel K are 2 of the 3 core developers of Wikidata, - and SemanticWiki is Markus's baby, and very pioneering looking ahead vis a vis WUAS as a use case."
"WUaS's all-languages' plan is potentially a tremendous 'growth story' for Wikidata, SemanticWiki, WUaS itself, (c)and(y) even to the world, but we're basically only in English so far, (if and until we're able to collaborate with Wikipedia's 287 languages and Wiki commons, etc. :)"
Hoping for a positive reply.