On 10.06.2016 12:49, jayvdb(a)gmail.com wrote:
Wikis also have auto patrolled rights.
The fundamental issue here is that modification of a well qualified /
sourced statement should be extremely rare as facts rarely change. This
is a level of granularity that Wikidata promises to make fundamental
differences to how content grows and how editing on wikis is managed
needs to reflect that.
This is what I meant when asking for more advanced watching technology.
One particularly interesting thing to watch for are cases where the
value or qualifiers of a statement is changed, but the reference given
is not changed. I think this could be a symptom of a typical
misunderstanding by newcomers (the population changed, so we just "edit"
it to fix the number, rather than creating a new population value that
supersedes the historic one).
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