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WikiProject Source MetaData
Hi! I have seen your message at Tpt's page and the situation on Wikisource has been moving slowly because of several technical limitations - mainly the lack of an metadata edition interface from the project itself, and the imposibility to access information from unconnected items, necessary to comply with our work/edition metadata division. About the first issue there have been interesting developments recently (like these), and the second is still under development (see : 47930). So far what is working well are author pages. You can check how many non-author pages from frwikisource are connected to Wikidata using Autolist: query example.--Micru (talk) 21:07, 12 August 2014 (UTC)
Labels and descriptions
Hi HLHJ! Whilst I came here to tell you that I've merged Q18927248 (which you'd just created) to geologic map (Q193842) as a duplicate, after seeing some of your recent contributions, I wanted to let you know about labels and descriptions. Both should "begin with a lowercase letter except for when uppercase is normally required or expected". Descriptions, too, "are not full sentences, and should not end in periods/full stops". If you need any help with whatever you have planned, please feel free to ask! Greetings. Jared Preston (talk) 18:39, 1 February 2015 (UTC)