Wikidata/Questões sobre a implantação

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Esta página procura responder a algumas questões que costumam surgir durante discussões sobre a implantação do Wikidata nas várias Wikipédias.

Geral

Porque é que as páginas no Wikidata possuem nomes como Q123?

O Wikidata é um projeto multilingue. Assim, não queremos utilizar identificadores para itens numa língua específica, pois desta forma iria favorecer essa mesma língua em relação às outras. Por essa razão, são atribuídos números aos itens do Wikidata. Cada número identifica um único item. No entanto, cada item possuí rótulos em todas as línguas possíveis, que correspondem, normalmente, aos títulos dos artigos na Wikipédia. Os rótulos são usados no Wikidata para facilitar a pesquisa e a realização de outras operações mais complicadas.

Como posso saber se os meus artigos no Wikidata sofrem vandalismo?

Cada alteração, no Wikidata, relacionada com os artigos que vigia devem aparecer na sua lista de páginas vigiadas. Caso encontre algo incorreto, por favor, corrija-o.

Phase 1 (language links)

Wikidata was deployed on my project. Can I start removing language links from the articles?

On the left pane of each article, below the list of language links, you have a clickable arrow pointing to Wikidata. If this is the case, you can remove the language links from the article. Do not remove the templates showing featured and good articles. Whether such removal is acceptable, is up to the community of your project.

Please note that some bots will at first re-insert language links that are removed. This issue will solve itself as the bots are updated. If this happens, you might want to send the bot operator a message, encouraging him/her to update his/her bot.

If a link for one language remains in the article, it overrides the link from Wikidata for that language.

What about really complicated link situations? How am I supposed to deal with those now?

It is still possible to define language links in the wiki text as before. So you can just continue like before for these cases.

I created a new page. Should I add language links?

One option is just to add links. There will probably be bots around to add the links to Wikidata. The even better solution: you can go to Wikidata yourself, find the corresponding entry (for instance, using the option "item by title" and searching for the article in one of the languages it previously existed), and manually add the article you created to the entry.

How do I not show links from Wikidata on a particular page?

In order to hide links coming from Wikidata, put the magic word {{noexternallanglinks}}. If it is used on its own, it will remove all links on that page. This magic word can also be used to remove specific language links, if it is used with parameters. For example, {{noexternallanglinks:fr|id}} will remove French and Indonesian language links.

Phase 2 (infoboxes)

When will this be deployed on my project?

Phase 2 has now been deployed on all Wikipedias. Sister projects are following.

Does using Wikidata mean that the Wikipedia/Wikivoyage/... in my language will be filled by stubs about every single village in the world?

No. Wikidata provides the ability to easily create simple pages with repetitive content, such as population, area and density of villages, but it is up to your community to decide how to use this ability in your project. The pages about the villages would still need to be added — Wikidata has currently no plans to do that automatically.

What happens to existing infoboxes?

They will continue to work as they are. To make use of Wikidata someone needs to change the template and adapt it.

How are we supposed to come to a shared opinion on very controversial topics across the different projects?

You don't have to. Wikidata is able to hold a wide variety of claims and references to support them. The individual communities will be able to decide which of those they prefer in their Wikipedia or sister project. Worst case you will be able to just keep certain values locally as it happens now.

Como é que vamos incluir dados da Wikidata em infoboxes?

There are two ways. For trivial things you'll be able to use the inclusion syntax outlined here. For more complex things Lua is available.

= Fase 2 (listas)

Utilizar a Wikidata significa que nós teremos de criar lista de artigos? Nós não fazemos isso no nosso idioma

No. Wikidata only provides the possibility to create list articles easily and automatically. You don't have to actually use it. You can use other features of Wikidata, such as central storage of interlanguage links, without using the automatic list creation option.