I notice everyday the same issue. I've seen other people saying the same thing.

This ticket https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T240328 reports this problem (or a related one at least).


Le ven. 3 juil. 2020 à 11:50, <fn@imm.dtu.dk> a écrit :
Dear Wikidata people,

I regularly experience that the Wikidata lexemes, forms (and perhaps
senses?) are not that quickly indexed to the degree that newly entered
Wikidata lexemes and forms are not possible to reference as property

I am wondering whether other editors face the same issue? Maybe I am the
only one bothered by the issue. I tend to use the compound and usage
example property often where this is an issue.

Labels from newly entered Q-items also suffer lag in indexing, but in
this case the Q-identifier can be used for the lookup.

I am wondering whether there is a "secret" way of referencing a newly
entered item in the same way as Q-items. I have tried, e.g., L2133,
Lexeme:L2133, https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Lexeme:L2133, but none of
them lookup.

I believe the issue has been a particular problem since the wb_terms
table was dropped? But apparently, there was also an issue in 2018
https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T196896 that seems to have been solved
by Stas at that point.

I am wondering whether this is worth a Phabricator ticket?

Finn Årup Nielsen

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