Jens Ohlig

  1. Tools for Wikipedians: Keeping track of what’s going on on Wikidata from Wikipedia

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    Wikipedians see editing articles as their craft. As anyone who takes pride in their craft knows, a well-equipped tool belt can make a difference. Time to look at some tools related to Wikidata that may help you in your everyday life on Wikipedia. … Weiterlesen

  2. WikidataCon 2017

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    WikidataCon, the first conference dedicated to the Wikidata community took place in Berlin on October 28th and 29th. How to summarize this event? It was a huge success, both from the point of view of the community and the organization team, and we hope that you enjoyed the event as much as we did. … Weiterlesen

  3. Data Partnerships in Wikidata: Project Durchblick

    English version … Weiterlesen

  4. Data Partnerships with Wikidata: beaTunes

    An interview with Hendrik Schreiber of beaTunes about how to use Wikidata in a commercial software product. … Weiterlesen

  5. Ladies That FOSS — Welcoming 35 women coders into the FOSS movement and that was just the beginning

  6. Being a Volunteer Developer for Wikimedia projects: An Interview with Greta Doçi

  7. Software product management as an internship: Learning about the real world at Wikimedia Deutschland

  8. Software Craftsmanship at Wikimedia Deutschland: Rewriting the Wikimedia Deutschland fundraising application

  9. 10 cool queries for Wikidata that will blow your mind. Number 7 will shock you.

  10. From Damascus to Berlin: A very special internship at Wikimedia Deutschland