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Revised Global Economic Map proposal?Edit
Thanks for incorporating this in the proposal. I have rewritten the "Wikidata Integration" section a bit to be a bit clearer as to the various stages. Note that as rewritten the project does not need to wait for WMF approval. It can start now in Wikidata. Nor is there much need for funding - wikidata bot herders and translators are already working for love and introducing pay for some would probably just disrupt the process.
I suggest we start by creating a project page on Wikidata and announce it on Wikidata project chat. Do you want to go ahead now or would you rather spend a few days learning how wikidata works first? Filceolaire (talk)
- That is a good idea, I am ready to create a project page on Wikidata. I couldn't figure out where to make a project within Wikidata, do you have a link on where to make a the project page? Mcnabber091 (talk) 02:03, 19 July 2013 (UTC)
To get the Economic properties to 'Pending'Edit
Once we are happy that the property proposals are as good as we can make them then we move them to the d:Wikidata:Property_proposal/Term#Economics.2F_Wirtschaft.2F_Economie page and ask the others to comment.
We should discuss this on the d:Wikidata_talk:Global_Economic_Map_task_force/Properties page. Filceolaire (talk) 14:19, 19 August 2013 (UTC)
Talk about Global Economic Map at Hackathon tomorrow?Edit
Hi Alex. First off, I wanted to say that I'm really excited to see that you'll be at the hackathon tomorrow. Second, I wanted to see if you were interested in doing a short, informal "lightning talk" about your project to introduce it to some of the other participants (both local and remote). You might be able to get some of the other researchers interested in collaborating with you: either some of the UW student researchers who will be present at the local meetup, or some of the folks at the other hackathon sites. If you're interested, there will be time for you to describe your project during our ~10am Google Hangout with folks from San Francisco, Minneapolis and Oxford (+ more). You can also spend some time talking just to the local group tomorrow morning too, and then potentially collaborate on it with other hackers in the afternoon.
Anyway, just thought I'd suggest the opportunity--no obligation, obviously. No matter what, I look forward to meeting you and talking with you about the project. Cheers, Jtmorgan (talk) 20:57, 8 November 2013 (UTC)
Upcoming IdeaLab Events: IEG Proposal ClinicsEdit
Hello McNabber, a good direction to go is to post a standard encouraging 5 lines message on various relevant project talkpages. For you, project/portal about economic, political engagement / hactivistm, sociology, as well as statistic, and general village pump are the way to go. That should bring an hand of support forward, which you quite need ! Yug (talk) 15:28, 20 April 2014 (UTC)
- Hi Yug thank you that is good advice.
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