How about a discussion on errata? I think there's a need for organized tie-in between errata and the amended article? I am not entirely sure there's a good source for the DOIs.
Erratum Article discussion at WikiProject_Source_MetaData?
Totally agree. In some ways it'll be a bit more complex (does the post-erratum article need a new item, or just deprecate the old doi and add a new doi with the reason; example). I was thinking of doing it after the retraction and predatory projects, but there's no harm in flagging it as an additional section on the talkpage!
To be honest, I'm completely confused by that example. I've never seen an original article with it's erratum as a second DOI. To me, your example looks a lot like a preprint and the final version rather than an original and erratum. Consider this more traditional example.
Ah yes really good point! There's a couple of ways I've seen errata handled (Crossmark has a nice summary page).
- The journal leaves the original paper the same and links to a separate correction notice (would have separate WD items and link back and forth as in Q96748127)
- The journal in-situ replaces the original version with a corrected version with some clear version number (probably better as a single item, but could be modelled as multiple versions, as in Q71419342)
The common factor to both structures is probably the significant event property (e.g. Q96748130#P793 and Q71419342#P793). I've seen some papers with multiple in0-situ updates from errata (though I can't remember the example).
There was a nice paper a couple of years back on possible future ways of handling corrections (link). So we'll also need to think about maximally future-proofing the way wikidata handles the data.
Invitation for the WikiProject COVID-19 call tomorrow (Monday, 15 of June)
How are you? I hope things are all right.
I would like to invite you to the tomorrow (Monday, 15 of June) call of the Wikiproject COVID-19 at 15:00 UTC .
This is the link for the call: https://meet.google.com/vtp-ighz-npx
This is the link for the etherpad: https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/wikidata_covid_notes
The WikiProject seems to be losing momentum. Perception of the size of COVID-19 as an enormous problem is fading (at least in Brazil). That might be a sign of things getting better, but it is also very dangerous (as they might not be that better yet).
In tomorrow's call, I would like to discuss with you two important and related questions:
- How can this WikiProject best serve the anti-COVID-19 effort?
- What can this project offer for the post-COVID-19 Wikidata world?
As usual, if you have any topics to add, you can do so either before at the Project Meeting Page or at the meeting. or at the meeting.
I hope you can make it!
All the best,
Call Wikiproject COVID-19 tomorrow (Monday, May 4th)
How are you doing?
I am here to invite you for the Wikiproject COVID-19 call tomorrow (Monday, May 4th).
If you are able to meet, the call (in this link: https://meet.google.com/vtp-ighz-npx) will happen tomorrow at 15:00 UT.
As a note, 15:00 UTC is:
- 11:00 AM in New York, USA
- 12:00 AM in São Paulo, Brazil
- 4:00 PM in Tunisia
- 6:00 PM Eastern European Summer Time (EEST)
If you want, also feel free to add topics at the meeting page!
Wikiproject COVID-19 meeting
How are you doing? Tomorrow (on Monday 20th ) we will have an open group in Google Meet to discuss the directions of the WikiProject COVID-19 and decide priorities to better organize the next steps.
You are more than invited to join us if you would like (and have the time) !
The call is scheduled for tomorrow 15 UTC, in this link: https://meet.google.com/tar-ufru-syb You can find more about it, and perhaps add your name to the list, here: Wikidata:WikiProject_COVID-19/Project_meeting
Thank you very much!
All the best,
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