Am 28.11.2012 14:43, schrieb Marco Fleckinger:
One possible solution I could imagine is to
interwiki-links right under
the headlines. This would be quite similar as section references are
handled in several Bibles as well.
On 28/11/12 12:26, Denny Vrandečić wrote:
> Let us see, once Wikidata has replaced most of the local language links,
> what is left and how the world looks then. This would be then the
> appropriate moment to consider how to further extend the system. Right
> now we would be building on too many assumptions that we cannot validate
> for a rather small benefit.
> 2012/11/28 Lukas Benedix <benedix(a)zedat.fu-berlin.de
> Is there any reason not to have links from wikidata/FooBar to
> en.wiki/FooBar and de.wiki/Foo#Bar? It would be a directed edge,
> but is
> that a problem?
> I think there are a lot of articles especially in the german
> where you don't have FooBar but Foo#Bar.
Using fragment identifers to headings which can change any time is a bad
idea. This currently causes big problem for interwikibots although they
can handle this partly.
Some years ago we change interwiki bots and handle this problem by using
static redirects instead (reusing the existing magic word
__STATICREDIRECT__ for this).
Creating a redirect on each wiki for these cases shouldn't be a problem.
So adding static redirect pages as sitelinks (without resolving to the
redirect target) would solve this problem. If headings are changed only
the redirect on the same wiki must be updated.