The project I would like to propose is a general encyclopedia just like Wikipedia but with a big focus on conciseness. It is different from other Wikipedia projects as it uses a very dynamic frontend.
|Status of the proposal|
|Reason||Some part of them are just Wikidata. Other (annotations) may have NPOV and OR issues. No other support.--GZWDer (talk) 06:25, 8 February 2017 (UTC)|
|Details of the proposal|
|Project description||A collection of items and relationships between items, each with a short description.|
|New features to require||This would probably require many new features.|
Its main properties are:
- Knowledge is represented in a graph. Subjects of knowledge are the nodes; relations between subjects are the edges
- Users can annotate nodes and edges, i.e. write text to explain/describe the subject or relation. In this way relations get to be equally important as subjects.
- An annotation is only editable by a single person. There can be multiple annotations per node/edge however, that can be browsed.
- An annotation is limited in length (e.g. 100 words). This promotes concise texts.
- Annotations can be rated. This ensures that good and concise annotations get promoted.
- Nodes and edges get to be weighted by an algorithm based on the number of annotations and view count.
Please find a complete description at this Blog. It:
- explains the basic thoughts behind the idea
- shows use cases with images
- shows how Concisia can be used to show and create Wikidata data (in section 'Semantic Web').
(I am new to editing Wiki pages, so I decided to just link to the blog. Please let me know if this is inappropriate.)
The project I am proposing is a general encyclopedia just like Wikipedia and can also be used to show and create Wikidata data.