Hi. I need for you to familiarise yourself with this page and understand the differences of wikilinks to Wikisource for editions, and wikilinks to Wikipedia for concepts of the works. Thanks. Would like to have a conversation after that to see what has been done, and some fixing that will need to be undertaken. — billinghurst sDrewth 03:58, 24 March 2020 (UTC)
- @billinghurst: I have read the page. Can you elaborate on your concern? Daask (talk) 11:21, 24 March 2020 (UTC)
- Where we have an item for an edition, it would not normally be interwiki linked to Wikipedia article, and vice versa. Generally we would only have that dual linking where the wikipedia article is about a particular edition, eg. first edition article; or at Wikisource it a a disambiguation type page, typically a s:template:versions page; or where there is only one true version of a work that it wouldn't have editions. Also noting that WD items should not be to redirects.
- So, something like tenets of Solon (Q88371211) would either be an edition—and have a link to the conceptual item of the work through the opposite properties of has edition (P747) <-> edition or translation of (P629); or be the conceptual work. Here I have made it into the conceptual work, and created a versions page at enWS, especially as it is not a discreet page for the tenets where they are appear within a chapter of a work.
- Yes, it is more problematic for WSians as the wikidata system is more designed for WPs easy work processes, and the WSians have compromises through how we do things to that model. I hope all of that makes sense. — billinghurst sDrewth 01:38, 25 March 2020 (UTC)