On Fri, 27 Sep 2019 at 20:34, Aidan Hogan <aidhog(a)gmail.com> wrote:
In summary, of the six types of Nobel prizes, three
are used in five different combinations
I am more interested in the general problem of the
lack of consensus that such a case exhibits.
Has there been any attempt to resolve this through discussion on-wiki?
Failure to agree a consensus is a much more serious issue than a "we
have yet to attempt to reach consensus" scenario.
Have you attempted to make edits to align the items concerned, only to
find them reverted? An active dispute (edit war) over how to model
data is a much more serious issue than a "we have yet to attempt to
reach consensus" scenario.
In either case, links or preferably diffs would help.
What processes (be they social, technical, or some
are currently in place to reach consensus in these cases in Wikidata?
On-wiki discussion, usually on a project page, sometimes on project chat.