Ls1g (It was not the page loading which was slow, it was the time needed when adding a statement until I could select the property or type anything.
As it went back to normal directly after deactivating Recoin I guess that was the culprit - though a few sections below others report a similar slowness which now recorded as Bug T182322.
Furthermore it would be interesting to have a look at the metadata that the journals use to say that they retract or amend a paper.
Christian Kl (✉) , 13 December 2017 (UTC) Do we have any research showing which percentage of IP edits is vandalism?
In version 2, Recoin is rolled out to virtually all entities in Wikidata (see e.g. The core version uses only Wikibase properties, but based on earlier feedback there is also a version specifically for ID properties only.
For example, w: Musician: "A musician (or instrumentalist) is a person who plays a musical instrument or is musically talented. In Wikidata, this possibility is absent for some cases, which allows you to create original research here: musician I undid the vandalism from the IP user. Wiki JMed is the most established if you want to look at examples.
Read en WP "Anyone who composes, conducts, or performs music may also be referred to as a musician" 2.16 , 7 December 2017 (UTC) which is also an instance of profession (via a subclass), and defined in same source as a person whose profession is to represent clients in a court of law or to advise or act for clients in other legal matters. in wikidata are like this: classes whose instances would be individual persons, but the class itself is an instance of "profession" (or one of the other similar classes). Since we seem to have agreed that human shouldn’t have subclasses (although it has a few), that simple logic doesn’t work here. Is it a “description of a person based on activities that person engages in”? - PKM (@PKM, Arthur PSmith, and Fractaler: I found "Wikidata: What Wikidata is not" guideline saying that original research is disallowed... @Pigsonthewing: You're right of course that a single person isn't really a necessity and that the same can be achieved in a distributed manner across multiple people.
Arthur PSmith (Note the enwiki quote above says "A musician is a person..." i.e. or that Wikidata is "not a place to put original research". I'll have a look into the links you suggested and get back once I've got my thoughts in order (still so much to learn about wikidata!
Evolution and evolvability (Ah that would mean making an item.
Apparently these don't get automatically created for Wikisource editions?