Talk:Wikibase/Institutional requirements for Wikibase

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  1. Name and describe your requirement.
  2. Explain why you need it.
  3. Which knowledge community you are a part of?
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  4. Which institution are you a part of?
  5. Are you interested in or do you have the capacity to develop a solution to this requirement?
Mohammed Sadat (WMDE) (talkcontribs)

"It would be great if Wikibase becomes ALL-IN-ONE data/information/knowledge management system managable by ONE person. I would love to see easy reuse of ANY ontology & many monitoring dashboards as in Wikidata. Embedded annotation service and data science tools are also welcomed" (source)

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Georgina Burnett (WMDE) (talkcontribs)
  1. Bulk import tool with a user interface (similar to QuickStatements).
  2. We have a collection of around ~500,000 items that we would like to import into our Wikibase instance. The staff responsible for data import are not technically trained, so it is important that this tool has a basic user interface.
  3. We are a library.
  4. Library of Antarctica.
  5. We have two software engineers on staff who could potentially develop a bulk import tool similar to QuickStatements, but not until Q1 2022.
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