@John as a Semantic Web specialist ;-)
>> it sound like I have used the Wikidata as a source for the profile
I assume that if you use a source for a fact then you connect the source to that fact using inline citations?!?!
The point is that we have a link between each other and the link was added from Wikidata to WikiTree ==> WikiTree is just a "passive receiver" of the link it's like a see also....
>> Does the template need to say anything? Can it just be a link to the Wikidata?
Yes WikiTree has too many links you dont understand why they are in the profile.... now we just say the is a link from WikiData to WikiTree use it if you want.... links without Retrieval date and setting it in context with facts is a bad habit inside WikiTree.... and not good genealogy. I as a reader should understand why we have a born date on the profile and in what source I can check it
>> both agree that generally sources like Wikipedia aren't always very good quality.
No I dont agree I feel WikiTree has a big problem with quality that we never address. Wikidata is much more professional working with it and they also point out that internet has a problem lacking sources
>> Congratulations on the teams win, your app looks very good.
Thanks its big excitement from people working in museums because this is what they want... and Wikidata/Semantic WEB makes it possible... and I put those things together in an easy way to understand... it's interesting to see that people working professional gets more enthusiastic than people in WikiTree are getting with the semantic WEB... The future will tell if it will be as big as todays internet pages