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  • |short_description=An introduction to Wikidata, a free and open knowledge base that can be read and edited by both humans and machines. |description=Wikidata is a free and open knowledge base that can be read and edited by both humans and machines. Launched in 2012,
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  • |short_description=An introduction to Wikidata, a free and open knowledge base that can be read and edited by both humans and machines. |description=Wikidata is a free and open knowledge base that can be read and edited by both humans and machines. Launched in 2012,
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  • |short_description=An introduction to Wikidata, a free and open knowledge base that can be read and edited by both humans and machines. |description=Wikidata is a free and open knowledge base that can be read and edited by both humans and machines. Launched in 2012,
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  • *Lack of a physical base. *Significant section of potential user base on dial-up, satellite. Part of broader digital divide.
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  • We have to expand our outreach and our membership base.
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  • ...reation of artwork, printing, delivery processes will be monitored as well base line statistics. After the plaque is installed they will be added to [[List
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  • Wikidata is a free and open knowledge base that can be read and edited by both humans and machines. Launched in 2012,
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  • ...as from the large institutions. I would also like to see us expand on this base to engage with cultural consumers: schools and other educational institutio
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  • |description=Wikidata is a free and open knowledge base that can be read and edited by both humans and machines. Launched in 2012,
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  • The committee will base their decision on:
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  • # missed opportunities - limited input due to small knowledge base means discussion may not be able fully consider proposals
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  • ...l 20 August 2017 we had our space within the library. The space gave Tom a base to work from for the strategy planning work with Sam Wilson who was working ...l help secure WMAU financial position into the future and provide a stable base from which WMAU can seek out addition support. WMAU also committed to the W
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  • ...brook/Muchea on Great Northern Highway north of Bullsbrook and Pearce RAAF Base
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  • ...nior Partner of a firm that works in this specialised field, with a client base of 6150 companies across Australia, and some spattering into New Zealand, S ..., Melbourne, and Canberra quite frequently but when not travelling my home base is currently in the Wagga Wagga area. I also travel and have travelled wid
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  • Wikidata is a free and open knowledge base that can be read and edited by both humans and machines. Launched in 2012,
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  • ...es. I was fortunate that the State Library of WA space was available as a base for this activity, and very grateful for the people who were able to contri
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  • ...to maintain two way conversation between the committee and the membership base - everyone should be able to voice their opinions, ideas and comments! The
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  • Wikidata is a free and open knowledge base that can be read and edited by both humans and machines. Launched in 2012,
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  • ...dditionally a number of individuals took the opportunity to use the room a base while researching topics and improve individual aspects of Western Australi
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  • ...round''': WikiCite is a project working to build a comprehensive knowledge base of sources, to support open, transparent and verifiable citation, fact-chec
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  • ...me role with some weekend work involved due to the nature of our volunteer base, but with time given off in lieu when weekend work is required.
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  • ...which are not simply symbolic. In addition, they already have a regional base, organisation structure, and reporting structures, which extends our own re
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  • ...o WMAU’s broader strategic goals in revitalising a new and diverse editing base should inform evaluation of this strategy. Maintaining 20 years of Wikimedia content with a stagnant editing base offers significant challenges to the efforts of current editors in ensuring
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  • ...undraiser at the moment, obviously diversifying and broadening our revenue base is desirable. [[User:Lankiveil|Lankiveil]] 09:53, 8 May 2011 (EST). ...l be pursuing outreach to expand and increase diversity in the contributor base.
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  • Wikidata is a free and open knowledge base that can be read and edited by both humans and machines. Launched in 2012,
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  • ...e members doesn’t just mean more membership fees, it means that our skills base as an organisation broadens, allowing us to tackle bigger and more ambitiou
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  • ...and broadening the understanding of our issues, and the potential support base for our work. To that end we are committed to telling Australian stories in
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  • **Discussed with Alex - to touch base again.
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  • ...ikidata.org/wiki/Wikidata:Main_Page Wikidata] is a free and open knowledge base that can be read and edited by both humans and machines. Launched in 2012,
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  • ...ps and other workshop initiatives to build the membership and contribution base from outside the major metropolitan areas; #empowering and supporting the existing user base to develop opportunities through their networks (like the recent State Libr
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  • #'''Consolidate''' a strong and active membership base by developing a series of local, in-real-life activities and should appoint
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  • ...s, and other workshop initiatives to build the membership and contribution base from outside the major metropolitan areas; #Empowering and supporting the existing user base to develop opportunities through their networks (like the recent State Libr
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  • ...y to get photographs of special events, then we need to build up our skill base so that we can take advantage of what we're doing. This is likely to involv ::With regard to our photographer skill base, Bilby is right. These are special skills. For example, what [http://en.wik
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  • Feb 03 17:33:24 <jayvdb> we went to the base of the main steer rise
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  • ...Editor training remotely would aid its uptake and increase our contributor base.
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  • ...g Wikipedia now, and follow up with them later) , increased WMAU volunteer base.
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  • # '''Developing Australia's Knowledge and Skills Base'''
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  • ...g to Australian women and gender studies. It is expected that the broader base of Australian men in the Wikimedia community will support these WiR, which
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  • [2014-03-02 14:08:06] <gnangarra> using a silicone base industrial glue as recommended by City of Fremantle
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  • ...the organisation grows and develops into a significantly larger membership base.
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  • ...Running public events and driving editor recruitment. There's a small user-base in NZ, but it's growing: the biggest issue is editor retention. Hopes to bu
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  • * Poland's base in a language-specific Wikipedia enabled them to try things we can't - they
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  • * required skillsets becoming increasingly rare, high mobile use over PC base ...t of what Wikidata was and this presentation gave me a great grounding and base understanding of what Wikidata is and how it relates to our Wikimedia optio
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  • [18:11] <Tony1> presuming this will be largely an online job, from any base?
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  • *Second staff member ad a stabilised office base.
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  • ...t of what Wikidata was and this presentation gave me a great grounding and base understanding of what Wikidata is and how it relates to our Wikimedia optio
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  • ...Games since, the Paralympics has grown significantly in its participation base, complexity, number of events, and public profile. This has culminated in t
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