Currently sailing the world aboard sailinghannahpenn.co.uk, back to “reality” around July 2023.

I was a staff software engineer working for Wikimedia Deutschland on various projects including Wikibase, Wikidata and MediaWiki.

My side projects are numerous, and you can read about them on a dedicated page.

I use the username “addshore” in most places, such as GitHub, Twitter & Wikimedia. Hence the name of this site.

Take a look at my latest posts or various projects.

You can also get in touch with me using my contact page.

Latest Posts

  • Avoid image indexing in robots.txt
    People might not want images from their websites to be indexed in online searches for several reasons. I have no problem with images from this blog appearing in search engines but recently wanted to add some protection against usage/indexing for another site. I did some thinking and research…
  • What is Wikibase Cloud (According to Bard)
    This is the third in a series of posts where I ask language models, or modern conversational chat bots the question “what is wikibase cloud” to generally see the way they like to answer, and be able to make some sort of comparison of them. The previous posts…
  • Asking Bing Chat AI to reference Wikidata
    I previously compared Chat GPT and the Bing chat AI when it came to the question of “What is Wikibase Cloud”. This comparison and further discussion highlighted problems with using Chat GPT alone. It seems to like inventing URLs that look right but have never existed, as it…
  • What is Wikibase Cloud (according to Bing AI)
    A few days ago I wrote a post called What is Wikibase Cloud (according to ChatGPT). Now I also have access to the new Bing AI chatbot preview, so time to put it to the same test. This is one of the first times I’m going to have…
  • What is Wikibase Cloud (according to ChatGPT)
    In this post, I’ll be asking ChatGPT a bunch of questions about Wikibase Cloud. mainly to see how accurate it manages to be, and how helpful the information is. Messages to Chat GPT will be in bold, things that are wrong, in red, and things that are right…