There are to be no bots to link through subpages. It is noted at
[[d:Wikidata:Wikisource]], and more was bumped down the priority lists as
there were more important priorities to sort.
* discrepancy between how WSes handle subpages
* chapters of works don't need to be linked
* issues with interwiki linking, especially as it flows for versions, eg.
are for a work at one wiki in the original language, exact counterparts
when translated by different people into different works at different
languages, and this is where works/editions/... all have particularly
specificity at WD
I don't think that there is a specific problem individuals who know their
wikis linking down to a work, though knowing that there may be later
issues, once some of the earlier components are further determined.
If "the game" is presenting pages that it shouldn't, then it needs its
rules refined for the WSes
Personally, I am more concerned with the likes of
and more particularly
(Noting that at enWS, I have inbuilt a couple of placeholders to namespace
I try to pick of one of those authors properly each day.
On Fri, 13 Jun 2014 20:22:00 +0200, David Cuenca <dacuetu(a)gmail.com>
As far as I know there was consensus for NOT creating
such items, but
it is an experiment or it the bot went out of bonds?
Pinging Amir, who is running Dexbot, maybe he can add more info on this?
On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 7:31 PM, Luiz Augusto <lugusto(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't recall what is the current stage of consensus regarding
> subpages on Wikidata, but because while playing "The Game"  I keep
> getting this kind of item (mostly from es.wikisource), I've managed a
> to at least track those stuff 
> I didn't did an exhaustive search for such items and I keep finding
> but at this momment it returns 2k of items.
>  - https://tools.wmflabs.org/wikidata-game/
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