Honestly, I am rather unhappy with the wording: "The article for one
of them and the data at Wikidata are pathetic"
Obviously, someone took the time to make a start. Saying "it is
pathetic" sounds like "you are / your work is pathetic". This is a
good example how the wording of a comment affects the general
atmosphere on wikis and on lists. Wouldn't it be better to say "can be
improved" or "I'd wished to see more content"?
As long as short articles or minimum data sets are allowed..
personally I'd prefer a different approach on article creation and
minimum standards, but that's a different discussion.
The article is a one liner stub. The Wikidata item had no statements and I
added the few that were minimally needed.
I find it incredible that we take no care of our own even when they are
PS I have not looked at any of the others and I would welcome it when they
get some proper attention.
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