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- 1 Nancy Pelosi
- 2 Please comment on Wikipedia:Village pump (proposals)
- 3 “Cov Campus”
- 4 Please comment on Talk:Republican Party (United States)
- 5 Facto Post – Issue 24 – 17 May 2019
- 6 NPR Newsletter No.18
- 7 Please comment on Talk:List of the Mesozoic life of Wyoming
- 8 Please comment on Talk:Populism
- 9 DYK nomination of Naomi Koshi
- 10 Please comment on Wikipedia talk:WikiProject National Basketball Association
- 11 Tech News: 2019-21
- 12 Please comment on Talk:Jeremy Corbyn
- 13 Books & Bytes, Issue 33
- 14 Books & Bytes, Issue 33
- 15 Please comment on Talk:MS-13
- @Knope7: - No, not at all. I agree that that is a major weak point of the article. However, I interpreted it as being in the gap between the "main aspects" requirement of GA and the "comprehensiveness" requirement of FA, especially given that those periods were relatively less notable periods of her life. I sincerely apologize for not responding to your comment on the GA page and before closing the review, as your comment most definitely was deserving of a reply. Do you think that this was significant enough to warrant failure or further revision prior to GA? StudiesWorld (talk) 14:02, 15 May 2019 (UTC)
- Thank you for the response. I know there is a wide spectrum for how the criteria is interpreted and I appreciate you explaining your thought process here. I agree main aspects should be something less than comprehensiveness, but to me skipping over so much time doesn't feel like its addressing the main aspects. It looks like a variety of editors have focused on recent and polarizing events, which is a frequent problem in articles like these although your point that she is more notable in recent years is well taken. The lack of detail early in the article has also caused a lot of one sentence paragraphs and disconnected thoughts which go to the quality of the prose and compliance with the manual of style. I probably should have expressed this more clearly before the article was passed. If I decide I think the problems are serious enough, I would probably do a community reassessment. I don't think that's in the cards now. Knope7 (talk) 01:25, 18 May 2019 (UTC)
Please comment on Wikipedia:Village pump (proposals)
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Would references from the original website of the newspaper count? - TheBullHorde
- @TheBullHorde: - Unfortunately not, we need to see independent, reliable sources. I don't think that at this time, the newspaper is notable. However, if it becomes notable, you should create an article. I hope that you will stay and create other articles though because there are many topics that need greater coverage. StudiesWorld (talk) 01:03, 17 May 2019 (UTC)
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Facto Post – Issue 24 – 17 May 2019
|Facto Post – Issue 24 – 17 May 2019|
Two dozen issues, and this may be the last, a valediction at least for a while.
It's time for a two-year summation of ContentMine projects involving TDM (text and data mining).
Wikidata and now Structured Data on Commons represent the overlap of Wikimedia with the Semantic Web. This common ground is helping to convert an engineering concept into a movement. TDM generally has little enough connection with the Semantic Web, being instead in the orbit of machine learning which is no respecter of the semantic. Don't break a taboo by asking bots "and what do you mean by that?"
The ScienceSource project innovates in TDM, by storing its text mining results in a Wikibase site. It strives for compliance of its fact mining, on drug treatments of diseases, with an automated form of the relevant Wikipedia referencing guideline MEDRS. Where WikiFactMine set up an API for reuse of its results, ScienceSource has a SPARQL query service, with look-and-feel exactly that of Wikidata's at query.wikidata.org. It also now has a custom front end, and its content can be federated, in other words used in data mashups: it is one of over 50 sites that can federate with Wikidata.
The human factor comes to bear through the front end, which combines a link to the HTML version of a paper, text mining results organised in drug and disease columns, and a SPARQL display of nearby drug and disease terms. Much software to develop and explain, so little time! Rather than telling the tale, Facto Post brings you ScienceSource links, starting from the how-to video, lower right.
The review tool requires a log in on sciencesource.wmflabs.org, and an OAuth permission (bottom of a review page) to operate. It can be used in simple and more advanced workflows. Examples of queries for the latter are at d:Wikidata_talk:ScienceSource project/Queries#SS_disease_list and d:Wikidata_talk:ScienceSource_project/Queries#NDF-RT issue.
Please be aware that this is a research project in development, and may have outages for planned maintenance. That will apply for the next few days, at least. The ScienceSource wiki main page carries information on practical matters. Email is not enabled on the wiki: use site mail here to commons:Category:ContentMine videos.in case of difficulty, or if you need support. Further explanatory videos will be put into
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DYK nomination of Naomi Koshi
Hello! Your submission of Naomi Koshi at the Did You Know nominations page has been reviewed, and some issues with it may need to be clarified. Please review the comment(s) underneath your nomination's entry and respond there as soon as possible. Thank you for contributing to Did You Know! Jo-Jo Eumerus (talk, contributions) 09:02, 19 May 2019 (UTC)
Please comment on Wikipedia talk:WikiProject National Basketball Association
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