# Wikidata:Interwiki conflicts/Unresolved/2017

## January 2017

 Items involved: Q1281380Talk, Q16968012Talk Status:    not resolved +en:Quad City Mallards --Matěj Suchánek (talk) 09:07, 7 January 2017 (UTC)

### Panelház (Q1095072)/Panelák (Q17073908)

 Items involved: Q1095072Talk, Q17073908Talk Status:    not resolved The English Wikipedia has two different articles for the East-German term Plattenbau and the Czech term Panelák. However, the Czech Wikipedia article "Panelový dům" is associated with the Plattenbau article on the en-wiki, not with the Panelák article. And paradoxically, Wikidata use the Hungarian version "Panelház" as the English label for the "Plattenbau" item. The conflict is caused by English Wikipedia which doesn't have one general article about the general concept and possibly specific articles about specifics in individual countries. Spanish wikipedia has also the two articles (translated from en:). --ŠJů (talk) 18:02, 7 January 2017 (UTC)

### election promise (Q2084839)/election manifesto (Q2451766)

 Items involved: Q2084839Talk, Q2451766Talk Status:    partially resolved The German articles obstruct to merge it. --ŠJů (talk) 07:30, 8 January 2017 (UTC) @ŠJů: no, they are not the same. In a election manifesto (Q2451766) you can make a election promise (Q2084839). Marking as partially solved. Q.Zanden questions? 14:55, 28 May 2017 (UTC)

### Therizinosauria (Q19921988)/Therizinosauroidea (Q134125)

 Items involved: Q19921988Talk, Q134125Talk Status:    not resolved * dinosaur interwikis need a fix These two items seem to need better sorting of the interwikis. The simple and en would seem to belong together, and the only one that has two is nlWP. I don't doubt that the items are different, I just doubt that the interwikis are correct, and I don't have the expertise of dinosaurs to make the picks.  — billinghurst sDrewth 11:56, 15 January 2017 (UTC)

### Wikipedia:Wikipedia Asian Month/Participants (Q21178975)/Wikipedia:Wikipedia Asian Month/Participants (Q27559131)/Wikipedia Asian Month (Q21095748)

 Items involved: Q21178975Talk, Q27559131Talk, Q21095748Talk Status:    not resolved Same in enWP, and accordingly simpleWP, though separately classified, though not evident why. Some languages have both, so there is some distinction that is not evident, and/or not pertinent in English language. -- — billinghurst sDrewth 12:03, 15 January 2017 (UTC) Added Wikipedia Asian Month (Q21095748), these 3 WAM links are also confusing to me, asking the founder of WAM @AddisWang:. --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 04:45, 16 January 2017 (UTC) PS, wondering how to link to this section which uses {{Q}}, [[Wikidata:Interwiki conflicts/Unresolved/2017#{{Q|Q21178975}}/{{Q|Q27559131}}/{{Q|Q21095748}}]] doesn't seem to work. --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 05:03, 16 January 2017 (UTC) The problem is that there are more WAM projects. Every year should have its own item here on WD, and an item from that year with participants. As for now, all interwiki's are crossed... Q.Zanden questions? 22:35, 19 February 2017 (UTC) A lot wiki's have just two pages: WP:Asian month and WP:Asian month/participants. The problem is that on most wiki's the project never took a flight so the most pages are still empty and not even translated. I made a (hopefully) clear oversight here. For any comment or suggestion, leave a message at the talkpage there or my own usertalkpage. Q.Zanden questions? 15:26, 20 February 2017 (UTC)

### Template:Browsebarcountry (Q6140828)/Template:Contents pages (header bar) (Q7211818)

 Items involved: Q6140828Talk, Q7211818Talk Status:    not resolved O conflito se dá, muitas vezes, porque em um dos lados há um redirecionamento para o outro. Isso só mostra que devem ser fundidos. --Luan (talk) 18:28, 15 January 2017 (UTC)

 Items involved: Q872Talk, Q12146773Talk Status:    not resolved Confusion between radio and radio broadcast. --Voidvector (talk) 06:57, 17 January 2017 (UTC)

### no label (Q3116640)/Tyrolese Grey Cattle (Q1353118)

 Items involved: Q3116640Talk, Q1353118Talk Status:    not resolved They are the same animal.--Llorenzi (talk) 15:33, 24 January 2017 (UTC)

### Template:Category diffuse (Q6154173)/Template:Very large (Q10787978)

 Items involved: Q6154173Talk, Q10787978Talk Status:    in doubt The former object linked w:sv:Mall:Storkategori to w:en:Template:Category diffuse but the former's English counterpart is w:en:Template:Very large and the latter's Swedish counterpart is w:sv:Mall:Storkategoririsk. I changed the Swedish links. Is there still an interwiki conflict? --Lophotrochozoa (talk) 00:32, 25 January 2017 (UTC)

 Items involved: Q839399Talk, Q8348417Talk Status:    not resolved Clearly there are two items with the same name here. However, emissions trading has been identified with carbon credits in some interwiki links, but this is incorrect. Emissions trading is not only for carbon emissions - in fact, it was originally used for other types of pollution.--Greenrd (talk) 09:47, 26 January 2017 (UTC)

### Riga International Film Festival (Q5860981)/Riga International Film Festival 2ANNAS (Q16947632)/no label (Q20564780)

 Items involved: Q5860981Talk, Q16947632Talk, Q20564780Talk Status:    not resolved There seem to be two and the Spanish article mixes them. -- --- Jura 09:53, 26 January 2017 (UTC)

### Split plant nursery (Q155511) mixed meanings: plant nursery / tree nursery / forest tree nursery

 Items involved: Q155511Talk, Q8765127Talk, Q28541343Talk Status:    not resolved The Wikidata item mixes diferent meanings under one item code: from forest tree nursery (cs, pl, be, ru, hr, sh, mk) through tree nursery (which can include orchard or bonsai nurseries) to most general "plant nursery" which can include flower, vegetable or bush nursery. i created forest tree nursery (Q28541343) but however, I'm not able to distinguish the item scope in some languages. --ŠJů (talk) 20:20, 28 January 2017 (UTC)

### Category:Wikipedia vital articles (Q20968054)/Category:Vital articles (Q8181072)

 Items involved: Q20968054Talk, Q8181072Talk Status:    not resolved Both items refer to the same Wikipedia administration category--Banjo (talk) 09:20, 31 January 2017 (UTC)

## February 2017

### conscientious objector (Q26237088)/conscientious objection to military service (Q5576246)

 Items involved: Q26237088Talk, Q5576246Talk Status:    not resolved The phenomenon in question is treated in en-WP as Conscientious objector, in other language versions as Conscientious objection (e.g. de-WP: Kriegsdienstverweigerung). Redirections exist in WP, but as the two Wikidata items are in conflict, interwiki linking is not possible at the moment. --Jossi (talk) 11:32, 8 February 2017 (UTC) @Jossi2: the problem is at the polish wikipedia and both items are quite large, so a merge would not be logical. Also both wikidata items are different. Q262... is a human who refuses to go to military service. Q557... is about the concept of refusing any militairy obligation. Q.Zanden questions? 21:29, 29 May 2017 (UTC) @QZanden: Well, in my opinion the Polish article pl:Obdżektor could easily be integrated into pl:Odmowa odbycia służby wojskowej, but this is, of course, a matter of the Polish Wikipedia alone. I see the difference in meaning between the two items, but the actual content of, e.g., en:Conscientious objector is more or less the same as pl:Odmowa odbycia służby wojskowej. Anyway, this is not the real problem. In fact, a merging of the two Wikidata entries wouldn't be necessary at all, if the conflict could be resolved via Wikipedia redirects; but at the core of the problem is the fact that this simply doesn't work. In Wikidata, the list of linked Wikipedia articles is showing not the redirect lemma but the lemma of the target article (i. e. an article belonging to a completely different Wikidata entry) and what's even worse, the redirect in Wikipedia gets a "Wikidata entry not found" label and cannot be linked to the correct Wikidata entry, though this entry definitely exists (so, for example, in de:Kriegsdienstverweigerer, which is a redirect to de:Kriegsdienstverweigerung). This makes not only correct interwiki linking impossible, but also correct association of (redirect) articles with Wikidata entries. This looks to me like a fundamental bug in the construction of Wikidata. --Jossi (talk) 16:08, 30 May 2017 (UTC) This general problem is now addressed at Wikidata:Requests for comment/Allow the creation of links to redirects in Wikidata. --Jossi (talk) 10:02, 22 June 2017 (UTC)

### shoulder (Q1408712) (mixed meanings)

 Items involved: Q1408712Talk Status:    not resolved "Shoulders" ("hard roadsides") which are not stopping lanes. Interwiki mix two items together. In many countries, there exists a term for a hard roadside beyond the guiding line marking a margin of the carriageway. Is is part of the road surface but not part of the carriageway. The lane is usually narrower than a car, it cannot be used as an emergency stopping lane. It is used rather for pedestrians, possibly also for cyclists, and to provide a safe distance from the guardrails or a ditch. The stopping lane is a specific broader type, used only at motorways and highways. There exist two different terms for the two cases in many countries and languages. E.g. Czech uses "krajnice" for the narrower case and "odstavný pruh" for the emergency stopping lane. We should split the two meanings. --ŠJů (talk) 03:12, 9 February 2017 (UTC) @ŠJů: they might have another word for the emergency stopping lane, but they do not have an article about it. I don't know if the English wp has one? Q.Zanden questions? 21:29, 29 May 2017 (UTC) Indeed, and at least in China, emergency parking/driving even on such too narrow shoulders are also legitimate (although engine (Q44167) of your vehicle is likely to be broken if you really do that). To me there's more than some splitting actions to do. --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 11:43, 15 June 2017 (UTC)

### flyswatter (Q279520)/fly-killing device (Q17292)/Fly-whisk (Q2961365)/electric flyswatter (Q1326434)/Flypaper (Q636620)/bug zapper (Q1326541)/Fly bottle (Q32049173)

 Items involved: Q279520Talk, Q17292Talk, Q2961365Talk, Q1326434Talk, Q636620Talk, Q1326541Talk, Q32049173Talk Status:    partially resolved both items look the same. --AntanO 04:58, 24 February 2017 (UTC) @AntanO: In my opinion, zh:电蚊拍 needs voltage (Q25428) to work where zh:苍蝇拍 needn't. --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 13:25, 14 April 2017 (UTC) @AntanO: ^^ --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 12:01, 30 April 2017 (UTC) @Liuxinyu970226, AntanO: To me it looks really messed up. I can't make any sense of it. Some languages describes just the flyswatter, others are talking also about other mechanical tools, and some are also taking the electrical tools into consideration. I don't know how to solve it. Q.Zanden questions? 21:29, 29 May 2017 (UTC) Some surveys per picture (flyswatter without electric marked as "fs", flyswatter with electric "efs", fly gun "fg", fly bottle "fb", flypaper "fp", fly-whisk "fw", bug zapper "bz"): afwiki: af:Vlieëplak - fs, efs amwiki: am:ጭራ perhaps fw, @Codex Sinaiticus, Elfalem, Hgetnet: arwiki: ar:ورق_صائد_الذباب - fp azwiki: az:Milçəköldürən doesn't seem related to those (about Ottoman Empire and Algeria?), need az-N users to judge @Araz Yaquboglu, Babək Akifoğlu, Cekli829, Dagli balasi.M.A, Haqverdi1, Interfase:@Meisam, Melikov Memmed, Natig98, Nicat49, Rutulec, Samak:@Sortilegus, Wertuose, ارژنگ: barwiki: bar:Mucknbatscher - fs cawiki: ca:Matamosques - fs, fw; ca:Mata-insectes elèctric - efs, bz cswiki: cs:Plácačka na mouchy - fs dawiki: da:Fluesmækker - fs dewiki: de:Fliegenklatsche - fs; de:Elektrische Fliegenklatsche - efs; de:Fliegenglas - fb; de:Fliegenfänger - fp; de:Elektrischer Insektenvernichter - bz elwiki: el:Μυγοσκοτώστρα - fs enwiki: en:Fly-killing device - fs, efs, fg, fb and others; en:Fly-whisk - fw; en:Flypaper - fp; en:Bug zapper - bz eowiki: eo:Muŝbatilo - fs, efs eswiki: es:Matamoscas - fs, fp, fw; es:Insecticida eléctrico - efs, bz etwiki: et:Kärbsepaber - fp fawiki: fa:کاغذ مگس‌گیر - fp fiwiki: fi:Kärpästen torjunta - fs, fp frwiki: fr:Attrape-mouche - fs, efs, fb, fp; fr:Chasse-mouche - fw; fr:Lampe anti-insectes - bz hewiki: he:קוטל יתושים - efs, bz hrwiki: hr:Muholovka - fs, efs, fg, fb, fp, fw and others idwiki: id:Pengusir lalat - fw ikwiki: ik:Patkutaq - efs itwiki: it:Carta moschicida - fp jawiki: ja:蠅叩き - fs; ja:ハエ取り紙 - fp jvwiki: jv:Rakèt lemut - perhaps fs efs per Beeyan's comment kowiki: ko:끈끈이 - fp lbwiki: lb:Méckefänkert - fp mnwiki: mn:Ялааны алуур - fs nlwiki: nl:Vliegenmepper - fs, efs; nl:Vliegenstrip - fp nnwiki: nn:Flugesmekkar - fs nowiki: no:Fluesmekker - fs plwiki: pl:Muchołapka- fb; pl:Lep na muchy - fp pswiki: ps:مچواژی - fs ptwiki: pt:Raquete elétrica - efs; pt:Electrocutador de insectos - bz rowiki: ro:Paletă de muște - fs, fw ruwiki: ru:Мухобойка - fs, efs, fw; ru:Липучка для мух - fp shwiki: sh:Muholovka - fs, efs, fg, fb, fp, fw and others srwiki: sr:Мухоловка - fs, efs; sr:Трака за инсекте - fp svwiki: sv:Flugsmälla - fs, efs; sv:Flugfångare - fp, fb tawiki: ta:கொசு மட்டை - efs; ta:சாமரம் - fw tewiki: te:కీటక సంహార పరికరాలు - fs, efs, fg, fb, fp viwiki: vi:Phất tử - fw zh-yuewiki: yue:烏蠅拍 - fs; yue:電蚊拍 - efs zhwiki: zh:苍蝇拍 - fs; zh:电蚊拍 - efs; zh:捕蝇纸 - fp; zh:捕蚊燈 - bz; zh:拂塵 - fw commonswiki: c:Category:Fly swatters - fs; c:Category:Electric fly swatters - efs; c:Category:Fly bottles - fb; c:Category:Fly whisks - fw; c:Category:Fly stickers - fp; c:Category:Bug zappers - bz --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 23:12, 26 June 2017 (UTC) For JV it's efs. I'll move it Beeyan (talk) 02:48, 27 June 2017 (UTC) Splitted de + pl fb as Fly bottle (Q32049173) --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 23:01, 5 July 2017 (UTC)

### biological classification (Q11398)/taxonomy (Q8269924)

 Items involved: Q11398Talk, Q8269924Talk Status:    not resolved I'm not sure if they are the same. One has the properties said to be the same as (P460) and has cause (P828) with the other Q as qualifier... --Q.Zanden questions? 13:02, 26 February 2017 (UTC)

### Giraffe (Q862089)/Giraffa camelopardalis (Q15083)

 Items involved: Q862089Talk, Q15083Talk Status:    not resolved The item for northern giraffe appears to have many sitelinks that are about all giraffes, probably because those wikis consider all giraffes one species. --Lophotrochozoa (talk) 10:48, 28 February 2017 (UTC)

## March 2017

### hermaphroditism (Q16674976)/hermaphrodite (Q303479)

 Items involved: Q16674976Talk, Q303479Talk Status:    not resolved describe the same thing --178.37.150.228 19:36, 6 March 2017 (UTC) There are some small differences between both items, altough I cannot tell you them. Also there are some wiki's that have links on both items, like eo.wp, ru.wp and uk.wp. Q.Zanden questions? 23:22, 6 March 2017 (UTC) Prof. Squirrel (talk • contribs • logs) has merged these two items, although I do not think it is correct. Now eo.wp has two items, where only one is now linked to wikidata. Also ru.wp and uk.wp are now with two items where only one thing is connected. @Liuxinyu970226: should this merge be undone? I don't know what to do with this... Q.Zanden questions? 14:50, 15 June 2017 (UTC) Agree that both shouldn't simply merged, so I reverted that "merge" action. --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 03:58, 16 June 2017 (UTC)

### wardrobe (Q106106)/wardrobe (Q10883050)

 Items involved: Q106106Talk, Q10883050Talk Status:    not resolved It seems that both items refer to "cabinet for storing clothes".--Raffedada (talk) 05:47, 11 March 2017 (UTC)

### cutting (Q196751)

 Items involved: Q196751Talk Status:    not resolved German article is scoped in metalworking, while English and Russian describe a generic cutting process.--d1g (talk) 15:19, 13 March 2017 (UTC) I don't see the German article specializing in cutting of metals. Actually, the German article does not mention any material at all.-<)kmk(>- (talk) 02:20, 28 May 2017 (UTC)

### Callistege (Q28466479)/Callistege (Q1368450)

 Items involved: Q28466479Talk, Q1368450Talk Status:    not resolved According to en.wp are they the same, as Callistege as a subgenus has been outdated. Now Callistege is a genus itself. Can someone with a bit more expertise on biology have a look on this? --Q.Zanden questions? 14:21, 16 March 2017 (UTC) Notified participants of WikiProject Taxonomy --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 22:02, 2 July 2017 (UTC) These are two different scientific names, and each deserves an item. Wikipedia pages should each be linked to the item that matches the content of the page. - Brya (talk) 04:38, 3 July 2017 (UTC) Keep two seperate items. Not all authors recognise Callistege again as a genus. Lymantria (talk) 05:29, 3 July 2017 (UTC) I agree with keeping two seperate items. Dan Koehl (talk) 12:30, 9 July 2017 (UTC)

### Mardi Gras (Q35105)/Shrove Tuesday (Q4845365)

 Items involved: Q35105Talk, Q4845365Talk Status:    not resolved Ambos se referem ao mesmo evento, com repercussões na tradição profana do carnaval e na prática do cristianismo. --Luan (talk) 21:37, 18 March 2017 (UTC)

### Piggy-back (transportation) (Q2646130)/Piggyback (Q17239834)

 Items involved: Q2646130Talk, Q17239834Talk Status:    not resolved I guess the german wikipedia-article „Huckepack" belongs to „Piggy-back (transportation)“(Q2646130), but there seems to be a conflict, because of two japanese aricles taking different focuses on the wider topic: „ピギーバック輸送“(Q2646130) and „肩車“(Q17239834). --178.0.217.55 15:30, 22 March 2017 (UTC) de: carrying on the shoulder or back en: carriyng on the shoulder or back, but also in railway-examples fa: carrying on the shoulder it: an agreement about transporting goods ja(Q264...): transport carrying on trains mainly ja(Q172...): carrying on the shoulder or back A first analysis of the situation. Hopefully it is useful for someone. Q.Zanden questions? 17:58, 22 March 2017 (UTC)

### Game Maker (Q243720) & GameMaker: Studio (Q16195922) need a merge

 Items involved: Q243720Talk, Q16195922Talk Status:    not resolved The "Game Maker" software has changed its name through years to become "GameMaker: Studio". The first item Game Maker (Q243720) has been setup by a bunch of wikipedians for a series of 25 or so wikis among which ar, de, fr, jp, it, and simple. The second item GameMaker: Studio (Q16195922) supports 8 wikis, among which en, but also ar, de and ru, which therefore are using both, each for two articles, one for each version of the software. There is no doubt that these two objects are redundant : same software author, same company, same purpose. The [en] article does not tell about the previous version "Game Maker", but there are a few references which refer to it. Therefore, I think that merge shall be proceeded. (•) What do you think of this ? Since I have never done such a procedure, with the potential added complexity of dual links (ar, de, ru), (•) does someone want to carry it out ? Please, could you notify me (@Eric.LEWIN:), I'll be pleased to follow the procedure and learn. If nobody has been able to do it towards mid-april (until which I am a bit "underfreetimed"), I'll jump in with help of the merge help page (french version). Any advice welcome. Best --Eric.LEWIN (talk) 14:23, 26 March 2017 (UTC) @Eric.LEWIN:, as far as I had a quick look at these items, it was clear to me that GameMaker Studio is the next generation, but it is definitely not the same item. So I do not think these items should be merged. Q.Zanden questions? 14:33, 26 March 2017 (UTC)

### organizational chart (Q852602)/organizational chart (Q7102007)

 Items involved: Q852602Talk, Q7102007Talk Status:    not resolved Can someone able to read Arabic help to merge those ? Thanks --Jona (talk) 11:37, 27 March 2017 (UTC) I requested it at the arabic embassy. Q.Zanden questions? 13:52, 27 March 2017 (UTC)

## April 2017

### Journal@rchive (Q6294650)/no label (Q11225111)

 Items involved: Q6294650Talk, Q11225111Talk Status:    resolved The journal@rchive website was renamed J-STAGE sometime after 2005. Both websites have wikidata items as above, but are really one and the same. Some wiki's have articles on both journal@rchvie and J-STAGE. Not sure how to proceed, we need to link both types of articles together in the various language wikis. Oaktree b (talk) 01:13, 11 April 2017 (UTC) As they are not the same thing (in my opinion), but renamed, I think you should add follows (P155) and followed by (P156) to make the difference. Q.Zanden questions? 12:01, 11 April 2017 (UTC)  marked --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 05:06, 21 September 2017 (UTC)

### house (Q3947)/home (Q7743)/shelter (Q7493941)

 Items involved: Q3947Talk, Q7743Talk, Q7493941Talk Status:    not resolved The participant of Russian Wikipedia Igel B TyMaHe noticed, that there's a mess in the items. Please, check them and correct (if it's necessary). --Ksc~ruwiki (talk) 14:22, 16 April 2017 (UTC)

### Colors

 Items involved: Q16831078Talk, Q2592260Talk, andTalk, Q1670336Talk, Q2936397Talk Status:    not resolved Please have a look at this query. It shows that there are two the same colors, but with a different name. Is there any expert on colors? --Q.Zanden questions? 13:15, 17 April 2017 (UTC)

### good (Q15290)/good (philosophy) (Q3251291)

 Items involved: Q15290Talk, Q3251291Talk Status:    not resolved Sorry, I'm new to WIkidata, although I have a bit of experience on other wikis. The conflicting items appear to refer to basically the same idea, but there are some minor scoping difficulties ("good" the idea, vs "Good" the philosophical construct). In addition, there are conflicting entries in several languages I don't speak, so I am unable to reconcile them for merging. Thanks, Tamwin (talk) 19:08, 23 April 2017 (UTC)

### Jamgon Kongtrul (Q1456444)/Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye (Q965802)

 Items involved: Q1456444Talk, Q965802Talk Status:    not resolved --Matěj Suchánek (talk) 11:24, 25 April 2017 (UTC) When I took a look on this, it looked quite simple what the differences are, but it is a mess in sitelinks. Q1456444 is a title in tibetan Buddhism, Q965802 is the first person to have that title. But as the sitelinks are a mess, I don't want to start figuring out. Maybe when I got some more time... Q.Zanden questions? 11:35, 25 April 2017 (UTC)

### market

 Items involved: Q132510Talk, Q330284Talk, Q15043390Talk, Q30121737Talk Status:    not resolved What's the difference? Especially in nl, pl, pt and zh. --Infovarius (talk) 11:57, 26 April 2017 (UTC) If your point of "Chinese" means Cantonese, ask @Deryck Chan:. But looks like that currently zh-* labels of Q132510 are following no label (Q15043390)? --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 16:07, 26 April 2017 (UTC) market (place) (Q132510) is about the Market and marketplace (Q330284) is about the Marketplace. --Bigbossfarin (talk) 07:45, 16 May 2017 (UTC) market (place) (Q132510) can be virtual (as currency market)? market (place) (Q132510) can be situated within marketplace (Q330284)? --Infovarius (talk) 22:39, 16 May 2017 (UTC) Indeed, I still think Dutch, Polish, Portuguese and Vietnamese articles should consider text-merging. --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 12:56, 26 May 2017 (UTC) Attention please, one user splitted some of marketplace (Q330284) links to no label (Q30121737). --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 13:32, 6 June 2017 (UTC)

### water hardness (Q192905)/hard water (Q22988272)

 Items involved: Q192905Talk, Q22988272Talk Status:    not resolved When attempting to merge these items which discuss practically the same subject, I noticed that there are articles in Esperanto (of which I know very little) and Arabic (which I do not know at all) under both reference numbers, which prevent a straightforward merger. --Schlosser67 (talk) 06:56, 28 April 2017 (UTC) @Schlosser67:, these two items are not the same. Q192... is about the scale to measure the hardness of water, Q229... is about hard water, a specific value for the hardness of water. Q.Zanden questions? 16:29, 1 May 2017 (UTC) Perhaps they are not exactly the same, but Q22988272 is a subset of Q192905, as you pointed out. Is that not an argument in favour of merging, rather than against it? At least, the English article on "soft water" could easily be absorbed into the one on "hard water", the latter being the redirection target of "water hardness" anyway. Possibly a question for the philosophers ... I haven't checked other languages yet. --Schlosser67 (talk) 19:10, 1 May 2017 (UTC) @Schlosser67: no, that's not an argument in favor of merging these items. Every item, how small it differs from an other item, has its own right to exist. That is why subclass of (P279) and facet of (P1269) exist. Even for a city in the Netherlands has two seperate items, one about the city and the other about the community. The power of Wikidata is because we have all these small differences made more clear by all different items. Q.Zanden questions? 00:02, 2 May 2017 (UTC) We'd better wait for what others (with the necessary language skills) have to say on this question, after they have looked at the contents of the articles related to the Wikidata items. Of course, the articles need work. But I am not sure whether I understand you at all, perhaps somebody else can explain it better? That a city and a community need not be the same thing, and can be substantially different from each other, is old news, but a different kettle of fish. Here we have a physical quantity that changes gradually. Do you mean to say we need wikidata items for any quantity, its low and its high values (compared to what?), and perhaps the values in between? By the way, looking at the wikidata pages, there seems to be an error: "water hardness" as the more general term should not be a facet of "hard water", it is rather the other way round. --Schlosser67 (talk) 06:57, 2 May 2017 (UTC) Well, maybe the city and cummunity is not a good example for these items, but I meant to say that Q192... is a scale and Q229... is one value of that scale that is very largely used. Just like you have the pH-scale, and there is pH 7, or neutral water. Or there is water hardness, and drinking water where drinking water has a value for the hardness of the water. That might be some better example. Q.Zanden questions? 17:12, 2 May 2017 (UTC)

## May 2017

### pitch (Q2631696)

 Items involved: Q2631696Talk Status:    not resolved Not all linked articles seem to match as far as I can guess from the pictures and some keywords. dewiki is about climbing, enwiki about climbing and caving, es/fr/cswiki about caves/geology. Should be splitted I guess? --тнояsтеn ⇔ 13:54, 5 May 2017 (UTC) I agree. This is really at least three different terms. The German article is about a measure of length. The measure is somewhat sloppily defined as "the length of a climbing rope". The English article is about a certain kind of rock feature relevant to climbing. And like you already mentioned, the French article is about a feature in geology.---<)kmk(>- (talk) 02:43, 28 May 2017 (UTC)

### Liturgical music (Q935586)/church music (Q8812109)

 Items involved: Q935586Talk, Q8812109Talk Status:    not resolved "Liturgical music" and "Church music" seems to be the same concept (see for example Encyclopædia Britannica). --BohemianRhapsody (talk) 12:31, 11 May 2017 (UTC)

### Yokohama College of Art and Design (Q11121611)/Yokohama College of Art and Design (Q8054624)

 Items involved: Q11121611Talk, Q8054624Talk Status:    not resolved "Yokohama College of Art and Design" and "Yokohama College of Art and Design" seems to be the same name. One is two-year college, The other is four-year college and had been abolished.

### Chéri-Bibi

 Items involved: Q2972041Talk Status:    not resolved --Matěj Suchánek (talk) 09:49, 12 May 2017 (UTC) @Matěj Suchánek: Where is the conflict? --Bigbossfarin (talk) 07:31, 16 May 2017 (UTC) Work and a character seem to be connected. Matěj Suchánek (talk) 06:41, 17 May 2017 (UTC)

### comarca of Catalonia (Q937876)

 Items involved: Q937876Talk Status:    not resolved Is a Wikimedia list article (Q13406463) of itself. de/es/fr: about List of Comarques, rest: about Comarque. --Bigbossfarin (talk) 14:16, 19 May 2017 (UTC)

### Uffizi (Q51252)

 Items involved: Q51252Talk Status:    not resolved This item describes both the Uffizi Palace (the building) and the Uffizi museum (the art collection and institution). The French Wikipedia has two articles: one about the palace, one about the museum. Or maybe there is another solution. Second thought: maybe my request is not justified. Since the palace contains the museum, it is proably natural to link the Wikidata item to the Wikipedia article related to the palace. Feel free to mark this request as resolved if you agree. Seudo (talk) 20:21, 21 May 2017 (UTC)

### no label (Q4135505)/monogenic disease (Q18553228)

 Items involved: Q4135505Talk, Q18553228Talk Status:    not resolved I don't know Russian so I need confirmation that the subjets are the same --Ske (talk) 15:37, 23 May 2017 (UTC)

### nutation (Q190009)

 Items involved: Q190009Talk Status:    not resolved There are two related but separate phenomena which are unfortunately both named "nutation" or similar in most languages. A component of the motion of a freely rotating rigid object e.g. a top. See Nutation (English), or de:Nutation (German) A component of the rotating motion of a planet under the influence of gravitational pull by moons, other planets or the central star. See Astronomical nutation (English), or de:Nutation_(Astronomie) (German) Both kinds of nutation involve small periodic deviations of the mean axis of rotation. Both are accompanied by a second kind of motion called "precession" (or "Präzession"). So everything seems to be fine and dandy. However, the nutation of planets cannot possibly the same type of motion as the nutation of a top. The nutation of a planet is caused by a constantly varying torque by the gravitational pull of other objects. By contrast, the nutation of a top is defined to be a component of motion without any torque at all. It took physicists a bit to get this sorted. But since about 150 years it obviously is. See any physics majors textbook for the details. The formulas used to calculate the amplitude and frequency of the nutation are vastly different. In particular, it is impossible to regard one phenomenon as a limiting case for the other. The German and the English Wikipedia dedicate separate articles to the two phenomena (see the links above). In other language versions I see: Rigid-body definition and rigid-body explanation combined with the motions of the earth as an example (Spanish, Italian, Polish, Dutch, Russian). → inconsistent Rigid-body definition, rigid-body explanation and rigid-body example (Croatian, Norwegian) Astronomy definition and rigid-body definition in separate sections of a single article (Turkish) → not according to universal wikipedia principles (one article per concept) Definition and explanation matching ridgid-body precession, rather than nutation (Nynorsk) → just wrong Definition based on geometry of movements. No assertion on causes. Tops, planets and ammunition as an example (schottish, finnish) → does not match the definition given in physics textbooks Not very surprisingly, the statements attached to this wikidata item are conflicting ("motions of the Earth", but also "\mathbf{\tau} = \mathbf{\Omega} \times \mathbf{L}"). The formula given is not useful to calculate the nutation of the earth. It is the formula connected to the rigid-body motion. So what can be done to sort this mess? At minimum, there should be two separate items in wikidata for the two meanings. This would provide adequate goals for the German and the English article. But how about the other ~50 language versions, most of which misrepresent the item in some way?---<)kmk(>- (talk) 02:55, 28 May 2017 (UTC)

### A Florentine Tragedy (Q4004455)

 Items involved: Q4004455Talk Status:    not resolved This item actually needs to be pulled apart it, the basis is the same of a Wilde unfinished play, though the Finnish wiki may be about something based on the original idea, though there seems to be elements that have melded that are not of the same instance. [Sorry to dump it, not got the time to currently resolve it. ] -- — billinghurst sDrewth 02:50, 29 May 2017 (UTC)

## June 2017

### Aghouinite (Q4692450)/Agounit (Q2260996)

 Items involved: Q4692450Talk, Q2260996Talk Status:    not resolved Aghouinite (Q4692450) & Agounit (Q2260996) are the same town but spelled differently because of transliteration issues. Two different articles in English appeared because one was written from the perspective of a Sahrawi controlled town in Western Sahara and the other from the perspective of a Morocco sub-division (this article also acknowledged that it was controlled by the Sahrawi Republic). It looks like Farsi and Urdu also created multiple articles for the topic based on the split in English. I merged the two English articles, but I'm not comfortable merging the Farsi and Urdu articles, though they are both clearly stubs and should be easy to merge. So now I don't know how to combine all the links with two articles in Urdu and two in Farsi for the same topic. --Vojen (talk) 21:50, 5 June 2017 (UTC)

### Denmark (Q35)/Kingdom of Denmark (Q756617)

 Items involved: Q35Talk, Q756617Talk Status:    not resolved These items had been separated in November, 2016, by User:Arctic.gnome, but site to Latvian Wikipedia article was mistake. I guess, in another languages also are mistakes. Sorry about my bad English language! --Treisijs (talk) 18:51, 6 June 2017 (UTC) It's not the same. The Kingdom of Denmark is a unitary state that comprises, in addition to Denmark proper, two autonomous constituent countries in the North Atlantic Ocean: Greenland and the Faroe Islands. So Denmark (Q35) is a part of Kingdom of Denmark (Q756617). Some Wikipedias describe both in one article. --тнояsтеn ⇔ 18:26, 27 June 2017 (UTC) @Thgoiter: I agree, these articles aren't same things, but... many sitelinks Arctic.gnome (talk • contribs • logs) moved from Denmark (Q35) to Kingdom of Denmark (Q756617) in November, 2016. In my opinion, must check these moves. I think, there must be more mistakes, not only Latvian sitelink. --Treisijs (talk) 18:29, 28 June 2017 (UTC)

### Alcedines (Q45018)/Alcedinidae (Q8154335)

 Items involved: Q45018Talk, Q8154335Talk Status:    not resolved This seems to result from a dispute over the placement of Halcyonidae and Cerylidae as either families or subfamilies. On English Wikipedia, a single article covers both suborder Alcidines and Alcedinidae. --Guanaco (talk) 05:02, 13 June 2017 (UTC)

### Category:Celts (Q16803722)/Category:Celtic peoples (Q6672875)

 Items involved: Q16803722Talk, Q6672875Talk Status:    not resolved Looks to be messy with the people and the civilisations all mixed in a nonsensical way. -- — billinghurst sDrewth 01:18, 16 June 2017 (UTC)

### Heijunka (Q121631)/production leveling (Q18714076)

 Items involved: Q121631Talk, Q18714076Talk Status:    not resolved On the english WP, Heijunka redirects to Production leveling. In the headlines of Production leveling, we can find "... aka heijunka". On the wikidata page : production leveling (Q18714076), there is en:Production leveling and nl:Line balancing. According to me, production leveling (Q18714076) should be renamed to "Line balancing" and the english link should be moved to Heijunka (Q121631). --Jona (talk) 12:35, 16 June 2017 (UTC)

### food (Q2095)/no label (Q12046531)

 Items involved: Q2095Talk, Q12046531Talk Status:    not resolved The translation of Wikipedia articles attached to Q12046531 seems to suggest that they're the same topic. But skwiki, cswiki, skwikiquote and plwikiqoute have separate articles (duplicates?). --Intgr (talk) 16:17, 28 June 2017 (UTC) @Matěj Suchánek: an opinion here? :) --XXN, 19:54, 31 July 2017 (UTC) Per cswiki, "potravina" subclass of (P279) "potrava" ("potravina" – for people, "potrava" – for animals, incl. people). Whatever you will decide to do, please keep cswiki and skwiki together. Matěj Suchánek (talk) 20:03, 31 July 2017 (UTC)

## July 2017

### no label (Q21369241)/barn (Q1303167)

 Items involved: Q21369241Talk, Q1303167Talk Status:    not resolved Maybe no label (Q21369241) can be merged into barn (Q1303167) --Hufkratzer (talk) 06:48, 8 July 2017 (UTC)

### Sarah (Q18201513)/Sara (Q833345)

 Items involved: Q18201513Talk, Q833345Talk Status:    not resolved It is the same given name --MaeseLeon (talk) 06:31, 11 July 2017 (UTC) @MaeseLeon: No, one is with the h at the end, the other without. Q.Zanden questions? 23:09, 11 July 2017 (UTC) @QZanden: It's just a spelling difference. The names Sara and Sarah are just two variants of the ancient Levantine name Sara, which is the same female given name in many cultures with no more difference in meaning and usage than such spelling variants. --MaeseLeon (talk) 09:47, 12 July 2017 (UTC) Might be a problem in Slovene: are w:sl:Sara and w:sl:Sarah really same? --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 14:49, 12 July 2017 (UTC) At sl.wp they have both a different name-day. That is also a reason why these shouldn't be merged. But I agree on most wiki's they treat sara the same as sarah in one lemma. Q.Zanden questions? 00:31, 13 July 2017 (UTC) So @MaeseLeon:  Not done unfortunately there's nothing to do within Wikidata, if you want to know what's differents between two slwiki articles, you would better learn Slovene. --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 00:07, 3 August 2017 (UTC) @Liuxinyu970226:@QZanden: Well, I sure don't speak slovene, but using Google Translate, I see that in the article w:sl:Sarah says: Izvor imena - Ime Sarah je različica ženskega osebnega imena Sara which translates as: Source of name - The name Sarah is a version of the female personal name Sara and the article w:sl:Sara says: Izvor in pomen imena - Ime izvira iz hebrejščine besede שָׂרָה (...). V Svetem pismu je Sara Abrahamova žena which translates as The source and meaning of the name - The name comes from Hebrew, the word שָׂרָה (...). In the Bible , Sara is Abraham's wife and it also says Različice imena - Sarina, Sali, Sarah, Saraja, Sari, Sarita, Šara, Šarika, Šarka, Šarlota, Šopkica which translates as Name variants - Sara, Sarah, Sarah, Sara, Sarah, Sarita, Sarah, Sharika, Shark, Charlotte, Shopkica so it looks like even the Slovenian Wikipedia agrees that Sara and Sarah are two spelling variants of exactly the same personal name! :D --MaeseLeon (talk) 00:35, 3 August 2017 (UTC) We still keep separate items for each spelling. This way Dutch statistics can be added to the corresponding items. said to be the same as (P460) should link them together. --- Jura 09:44, 10 August 2017 (UTC)

### Jesse Stone

 Items involved: Q1632277Talk Status:    not resolved Character vs. TV series. --Matěj Suchánek (talk) 12:05, 30 July 2017 (UTC)

### Super Giant

 Items involved: Q7642379Talk Status:    not resolved Character vs. film. --Matěj Suchánek (talk) 12:07, 30 July 2017 (UTC)

## August 2017

### Felsbilder im Hochland von Sjunik(Q13054381)/Oughtasar(Q3358117)/Петроглифы Армении(Q4361424)

 Items involved: Q13054381Talk, Q3358117Talk, Q4361424Talk Status:    not resolved 1. I attached the German article "Felsbilder im Hochland von Sjunik" to Q13054381 (to an English and Spanish article). These two articles are about the international known Ughtasar petroglyphs. The German article is about the Ughtasar petroglyphs too but also about other petroglyphs of the region. The other petroglyphs were discovered and object of research only in recent years and are related to the petroglyphs of Ughtasar. I would like to keep the connection of the German article to the others. 2. The data object Q3358117 contains an Armenian, French and Dutch version of the subject "Ughtasar petroglyphs". This should be merged to the first data object. 3. The data object Q4361424 contains a Russian and a Belorussian version of the subject "petroglyphs of Armenia". These articles are less about petroglyphs as archaeological objects than about proving the astronomical and astrological knowledge and activities of the ancient "Armenians" with Armenian rock art, of which the authors are convinced. Here I do not recommend the association with the first data object. Thanks. thalmos 00:55, 3. Aug. 2017 (CEST)

### RapidKL Light Rail Transit (Q987598)/RapidKL (Q3271384)

 Items involved: Q987598Talk, Q3271384Talk Status:    not resolved I'm not hopping to see some "merge" here, as there's really a normal "one-system-one-company" case. However, it seems that at least zhwiki zh:快捷通軌道 is still describing both, so the links are still foggy. --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 13:39, 4 August 2017 (UTC) Needs help from Malaysia users. --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 13:39, 4 August 2017 (UTC)

### buff (Q2085487)/chamois (Q972729)

 Items involved: Q2085487Talk, Q972729Talk Status:    not resolved Seems to be (more or less) the same colour in most languages but there is two articles in spanish. --VIGNERON (talk) 08:21, 5 August 2017 (UTC)

### no label (Q1064802)/Charles Henry Spencer-Churchill (Q26222216)/Charles Henry Churchill (Q35770063)

 Items involved: Q1064802Talk, Q26222216Talk, Q35770063Talk Status:    not resolved If the dates in the articles at enwiki are correct, those at most other places are mixed-up. I created Q35770063 as Q1064802 is probably a mixup. -- --- Jura 06:23, 10 August 2017 (UTC) Following en:Talk:Charles Henry Churchill, there are two persons. no label (Q1064802) and Charles Henry Spencer-Churchill (Q26222216) should be merged (lived 1828-1877, son of Lord Charles Spencer-Churchill (Q6679059), grandson of George Spencer-Churchill, 5th Duke of Marlborough (Q333347)). After that, the 3 articles (2x enwiki, 1x dewiki) should be overworked. As some facts are mixed up. --тнояsтеn ⇔ 16:37, 10 August 2017 (UTC) I don't think Q1064802 should be merged into anything as it is a mixup. Just as much as most identifiers on that page and the remaining dewiki sitelink. Maybe one or the other element can be moved to either other item, but once completed, it's preferable to delete it. In any case, it would be good to have better references for any of the dates in the articles. --- Jura 17:39, 10 August 2017 (UTC)

 Items involved: Q8348417Talk, Q839399Talk Status:    not resolved Not sure if there's a subtle difference there I'm missing. At least no and en are in both items, most are in only one. I've hardly done any work here myself so I don't feel capable of resolving this on my own. --Amalthea (talk) 20:08, 10 August 2017 (UTC)

### Wiesenbach (Q7999374)

 Items involved: Q7999374Talk Status:    not resolved the wikidata entry does not contain any relevant information and there is only one page existing in the english wikipedia which has issues, here it is: [[1]]. The german wikipedia has an entry called St. Veit an der Gölsen which states that two places called "Inner-Wiesenbach" and "Außer-Wiesenbach" are part of this municipality, but does not know about "Wiesenbach". I think there doesn't exist a place called Wiesenbach, but only Inner-Wiesenbach and Außer-Wiesenbach. JoHammer (talk) 16:18, 12 August 2017 (UTC)

 Items involved: Q3907246Talk, Q4580256Talk, Q32402502Talk Status:    not resolved Mix of requests for actions or explanations. --Matěj Suchánek (talk) 15:03, 15 August 2017 (UTC)

### Post Office (Q3700405)/no label (Q3891517)

 Items involved: Q3700405Talk, Q3891517Talk Status:    resolved I request to merge the two items as a poste office is name "Hôtel des Postes" in French and Palazzo delle Poste in italian and portugues --Gdgourou (talk) 09:31, 23 August 2017 (UTC)  Support --Bigbossfarin (talk) 15:31, 24 August 2017 (UTC)  Done --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 05:01, 21 September 2017 (UTC)

### jurisprudence (Q4932206)/jurisprudence (Q16549001)

Items involved: Q4932206Talk, Q16549001Talk Status:    not resolved

From 64 languages only 4 have a semantic seperation:
xx 1 2
ca Jurisprudència Ciència del Dret
es Jurisprudencia Ciencia del derecho
nl Jurisprudentie Rechtsgeleerdheid
pl Jurysprudencja Nauki prawne
--Bigbossfarin (talk) 15:28, 24 August 2017 (UTC)

### Kamilla (Q1726539)/Camilla (Q16422363) /Kamila (Q18021635)

 Items involved: Q1726539Talk, Q16422363Talk, Q18021635Talk Status:    not resolved Given Wikidata objects relates to very similar given names (which can be single name): Camilla and Kamilla. I could merge it, but they have one interwiki conflict — in Icelandic Wikipedia. This articles are identical at least 95%. How best to do in this case? --Рассилон (talk) 14:47, 27 August 2017 (UTC) Kamilla and Camilla are different names, the current state is the best one. Matěj Suchánek (talk) 16:37, 27 August 2017 (UTC) Clearly two forms (or even two spellings) of the identical name. The forms and spelling vary within one item also. Q1726539 contains forms Kamilla, Камилла, Камила, Каміла, Q16422363 contains Camilla only (and some Arabic form). The letter "C" is clearly the equivalent of the letter K and the Cyrilic letter К here. Camilla is transcribed as Камилла, Камила or Каміла to the Cyrilic alphabet and as Kamilla or Kamila to those languages who use "C" for the "soft C" (ts, θ, t͡ʃ) only. The only language which has separate articles for two forms is "is" (Icelandic). French Wikipedia has no interwiki here because the French form "Camille" is unisex. The two items should be merged. Unfortunatelly, the Icelandic Wikipedia has only machine-created stubs about both these names and the articles don't treat etymological, cultural and language relations and distinction between the two names in Icelandic language. The two articles (is:Camilla, is:Kamilla) don't indicate that they were edited, redacted or reviewed by some intelligent being. As the included graphs imply, the form "Camilla" was most popular in 1970s and the form "Kamilla" in 2000s there. --ŠJů (talk) 10:53, 1 September 2017 (UTC) Kamila (Q18021635) should be merged also. The only conflict is de-wiki which contains de:Camilla (Vorname) and de:Kamila, and Kamila is described as the Slavic name and the article contains links to the Czech and Polish women only (and to Danish sportswoman Kamilla Rytter Juhl, because the form Kamilla have not its separate article at de-wiki).

### dungeon crawl/er

 Items involved: Q25664762Talk, Q1265717Talk Status:    not resolved ppears to be the same genre --(t) Josve05a (c) 17:15, 27 August 2017 (UTC)

## September 2017

### seesaw (Q19793)/swing (Q188688)/no label (Q38260974)

 Items involved: Q19793Talk, Q188688Talk, Q38260974Talk Status:    resolved Some languages have a common word and common article for two types of devices: seesaw (Q19793) and swing (Q188688), which can be distinguished by additional descriptive adjective only. For the common concept, I created no label (Q38260974) now and moved Czech (houpačka) and Polish (huśtawka) Wikipedia articles there. English language seems to not have any equivalent of such a term. The remained Wikipedia links from seesaw (Q19793) and swing (Q188688) should be checked whether they are specific, or should me moved to the new item also. --ŠJů (talk) 10:24, 1 September 2017 (UTC) Looks manually merged by user:22merlin hence mark as resolved. --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 05:16, 21 September 2017 (UTC)

### centimetre of water (Q1247300)/metre of water (Q2042279)

 Items involved: Q1247300Talk, Q2042279Talk Status:    not resolved These are basically the same. Exists in some languages twice (e.g. Italian). Thus it might be helpful if those editors would verify my assumption. Not that these items are *not* to be confused with Q1395805 --Valio (talk) 20:49, 1 September 2017 (UTC) Well, we also have centimetre (Q174728) and metre (Q11573) or gram (Q41803) and kilogram (Q11570) and so on... --тнояsтеn ⇔ 18:03, 2 September 2017 (UTC)

### Community Health Centre (CHC) (Q13527740)/community health center (Q569500)

 Items involved: Q1Talk, Q2Talk Status:    not resolved 2 wikidata for same item ? --Henkevdb (talk) 07:31, 4 September 2017 (UTC) The first item has so I guess it's specifying such thing in Belgium. --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 05:04, 5 September 2017 (UTC) On page 21 (of 301 pages) of this PDF-link, the english translation of wijkgezondheidscentrum = medical house , but on this link (on english information leaflet) , the english translation/description of Wijkgezondheidscentrum = Community Health Centre (CHC) --Henkevdb (talk) 13:58, 5 September 2017 (UTC)

### Crowsnest Pass (Q513223)/Crowsnest Pass (Alberta) (Q22545426)

 Items involved: Q513223Talk, Q22545426Talk Status:    not resolved A mountain pass on a border is still only one mountain pass. Would someone like to merge the ceb and sv articles for Crowsnest Pass (Q513223) and Crowsnest Pass (Alberta) (Q22545426)? Thanks, 117Avenue (talk) 02:57, 6 September 2017 (UTC)

### smile (Q487)

 Items involved: Q487Talk Status:    not resolved At some point smile and smiley got mixed up. -- --- Jura 07:50, 8 September 2017 (UTC) I've restored an earlier version of Q487 (but had to remove additions to other pages and one there to restore it). Peter James (talk) 19:38, 20 September 2017 (UTC)

### specific heat capacity (Q487756)/heat capacity (Q179388)

 Items involved: Q487756Talk, Q179388Talk Status:    not resolved --Shyamal (talk) 04:56, 11 September 2017 (UTC)

### Category:Table templates (Q8219368)/no label (Q9717496)

 Items involved: Q8219368Talk, Q9717496Talk Status:    not resolved There is a conflict for ca, es, pt, uk (others?) which should be resolved before merging. --Jona (talk) 12:00, 20 September 2017 (UTC) cawiki: @Jmarchn: eswiki: @Juan Mayordomo, 91.197.junr3170: ptwiki: @JMGM, Pandukht, Opraco, Dbastro: ukwiki: @Rkononenko, Oloddin, A1, MagnusFit, Oleksandr Tahayev: @Микола Василечко, Avatar6: For now I just marked said to be the same as (P460) each other. --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 04:56, 21 September 2017 (UTC) Lo siento, no domino escribir el inglés por lo que lo escribo en español. Deberían fusionarse. He pedido borrar la categoría Categoría:Wikipedia:Plantillas de tablas y columnas (Q8219368) de la Wikipedia en español y eliminado el enlace por lo que no debería dar ahora ningún problema. Además creo que hay que fusionar Category:Column templates (Q9385046) y Category:Multi-column templates (Q23931397). Saludos, Juan Mayordomo (talk) 19:13, 21 September 2017 (UTC)

### depot (Q181623)/warehouse (Q1362225)

 Items involved: Q181623Talk, Q1362225Talk Status:    not resolved The first is described as "depot" in English and the second as "warehouse", but the Warehouse page in the English Wikipedia is linked to the first, so I wonder if these are the same thing. Some languages are listed for one or the other, others for both. Of those listed for both, the Czech entry in Q1362225 is a redirect to a page listed at granary (Q114768) (a type of warehouse), the Dutch and Swedish entries in Q1362225 describe them as older terms for a warehouse, and I'm not sure about the two Danish entries. I don't know if the items from Q1362225 should be merged to Q181623, moved to Q114768, or kept separate either as duplicates or as a specific type of warehouse, but to describe both just as "warehouse" would still be confusing. --Peter James (talk) 19:05, 20 September 2017 (UTC)

### smile (Q487)/no label (Q25572971)

 Items involved: Q487Talk, Q25572971Talk Status:    resolved When restoring an earlier version of Q487, I had to undo incorrect additions of entries to other items (and in one case an incorrect entry in Q487) but I'm not sure about Q25572971. There was only one language - Telugu - and the Wikipedia page was redirected. Was this about the same thing as Q487 under a different name, or a related topic? If not about the same thing, should it be deleted? --Peter James (talk) 19:29, 20 September 2017 (UTC) By using google translate I assume that both are same, merged. --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 04:59, 21 September 2017 (UTC)