Wikidata is providing structured data about all kinds of concepts in the world. Recently it also gained support for lexicographical data - data like you can find it in Wiktionary for example. With this data we'll be on a position to support a lot of new exciting tools and more that will help bring people closer together and give them more access to more knowledge. This talk will introduce where we are right now with lexicographical data support in Wikidata, what's coming next and what new opportunities it opens up for knowledge sharing.
Attendees will learn how to contribute structured lexicographical data in Wikidata, what opportunities this opens for more knowledge sharing and why it is important to make this data available in a machine-readable and open way.
I'd like to also get input and feedback from the attendees who speak smaller languages especially how we can make it more useful for them and their language.