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Wikidata primary sources tool: call for support
it seems that you have been using the Wikidata primary sources tool, right?
If you think that the tool needs an uplift, please consider an endorsement of the StrepHit IEG renewal through the following link:
Feel also free to comment the work plan in the renewal talk page: your thoughts are essential.
Thanks a lot for your time, looking forward to your feedback.
soweego project: call for support
Remember the Wikidata primary sources tool? Thanks to your support, my team has recently started building its next version (yes, the grant process took a long time). A couple of new features are deployed, so feel free to give them a try.
I'm reaching out to draw your attention on a new use case for the tool. The main goal is to add a massive amount of identifiers to Wikidata, ensuring live maintenance of links.
Do you think that Wikidata should become the central linking hub of open knowledge? If so, I'd be really grateful if you could endorse the soweego project:
You just have to click on the blue button in the infobox. Of course, any other comment is more than welcome on the discussion page.
Looking forward to your valuable feedback.
Hello. You are receiving this message because you are an esteemed Wikimedian translator. The movement needs you! The Nominations phase for the ongoing selection process of two Board members is almost over, so this is probably the last call for translations.
The profiles of the current candidates are the ones that need your attention now. Yes, this may be a slightly different topic than the ones you are used to work on, but this is the final stretch and this process needs all the help it can get.
While there are four languages that are especially relevant for multiple affiliates, Arabic, French, Russian, and Spanish, help for Chinese, Ukrainian, Bengali, Czech, Hungarian, Romanian, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Polish, Farsi, German, Cantonese, Finnish, Hindi, Thai, Dutch, and Greek is also welcome. If you can't help: please see if you know anyone in your circle who could, and spread the word.