RMaung (WMF) 19:54, 20 September 2019 (UTC)
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The pair ended up on Wikidata:Database_reports/identical_birth_and_death_dates/1
See the subject just under here, you could have seen that instantly when opening my talk page.
I see (I probably would have noticed if the page didn't use flow).
Since those dates are either all wrong or just most of them are, I removed date of birth (P569) and date of death (P570) from: Q65562388, Q65562389, Q65562390, Q65562451, Q65562526, Q65562528, Q65562452, Q65562487, Q65562488, Q65562469, Q65562470
Personally, I'd use this approach: https://www.wikidata.org/w/index.php?title=Q65562528&type=revision&diff=1004907988&oldid=980628460
If they all published, it might be fairly easy to get the correct years for these people.
Hi I was looking ate 3 items R.G.A.F. Baets (Q65562388), Ad Bakhuizen (Q65562389) and Jan Bakker (Q65562390). All 3 items were created by you, are for university teachers, have consecutive item numbers and identical dates of birth and death. Also all 3 use the same reference link to https://www.tue.nl/universiteit/alumni/emeriti/album-academicum/ which is dead. I looked at Web Archive (https://web.archive.org/web/20190609062725/https://www.tue.nl/univer, siteit/alumni/emeriti/album-academicum/) but I can not see those people on that page. I suspect your dates of birth and death are wrong. Can you check?
- Same with pairs:
- They also are university teachers, have consecutive item numbers and identical dates of birth and death with the same reference. Something is wrong.
Hi, thanks for pointing this out! This is the data we got from the university itself in scope of the Wikidata:Wiki-wetenschappers project. The website went down one week after I've uploaded their data, which is quite annoying! @Hannolans, did you contact them about that? Also, mail them about the above issues please. Seems like there are some errors in the file they have sent.
Please undo your action to delete Kanishk Sajnani
Please undo the deletion of Kanishk Sajnani Page Because he is a notable person and beeen featured in many indian magazines and news portals
''burgemeester'' or ''maire''
I see that you added the label maire van Parijs on Mayor of Paris (Q12371988). But then, I see that @SPQRobin: added the label burgemeester van Rennes on Mayor of Rennes (Q17741514) and that nl.wp have categories like nl:Categorie:Frans burgemeester and nl:Categorie:Burgemeester van Parijs.
Since I'm planning to add a label in Dutch on the ~40k items about mayors of France, could you confirm that burgemeester van XXX is the best option? (and bonus question: is there a trap or is it always van + name of the commune in Dutch?)
My label was in 2015, a long time ago. AFAIK we always use "burgemeester", use that as label and add the other as alias?
Hello. I noticed you use nameGuzzler. I installed it but nothing pop ups. Do you know how to enable it?
Wikidata:Database reports/without claims by site/nlwiki
Heb je gezien dat Wikidata:Database reports/without claims by site/nlwiki best hard gaat? We zitten nu onder de 5000. Jaar geleden was nog rond de 10.000 en twee jaar geleden rond de 20.000. Het einde komt in zicht :-)
Mayor information on city items
I saw that you removed the claim that Femke Halsema is the mayor of Amsterdam Q727, with the reason that Q727 is the item about the city and the "burgemeester" is head of the municipality (Q9899). Has this reasoning been discussed and agreed on, or is this just your opinion? Because I don't see why that should exclude the information from the city item. The burgemeester is also mayor of the city.
Met vriendelijke groeten
We could also add the information to every neighbourhood, making it very hard to update the data. I don't remember a discussion, but it seems pretty clear to me.
I don't see any reason to add head of government (P6) to neighborhood items, but I do think it would be great to add it to major cities that have the municipality as a separate item, as is the case, for example, for Rotterdam (Q2680952) and Rotterdam (Q34370). Currently Amsterdam (Q727) is the only European capital that does not contain mayor information. Dat is toch zonde!
I would prefer *not* to add this information to multiple items. In your examples, they do have the same name. The mayor of Woerden, is also mayor of Harmelen, Kamerik, Kanis and Zegveld. And of the town of Woerden. Would you add them to all items? Or only to the one with the same name? What about the king? Add them to every municipality, because he is king of those too? Where do we stop? I agree with Sjoerd, that we should only add this info to the municipality.
My suggestion was to add the information to "major cities that have the municipality as a separate item". Not to add it to every village or settlement in that municipality.
Jij was ooit de eerste die mij er op wees dat mijn bot rare edits deed die geen effect hadden. Nu lijkt er iemand een oorzaak te hebben gevonden: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T220904