Is there an example already somewhere?
It looks fine on the Form-level but I'm not marking this as accepted yet because of T192766.
Léa and I just saw the same thing happening when adding a statement on the Lexeme-level of a Lexeme. It was fine on a Form.
OK, looking at current usage, there are only 21 string properties with more than 100K values. Looking at them in particular, the interesting ones are:
HomoloGene ID (P593) - probably should be external ID. There are more like this, with less usage.
Over a million usages:
- page(s) (P304) - 15332300 items.
- volume (P478) - 15288265 items.
- issue (P433) - 13757879 items
These are mostly used for scientific articles and IMO useless for search. We may want to exclude them (not sure about volume/issue but if we want to do bibliographical searches we probably need to have more robust model anyway).
Tue, Apr 24
Also just had a thought - this does not cover qualifiers and references of course. Do we want anything there or that is already WDQS domain?
Don't have a good answer but https://www.wikidata.org/w/index.php?title=Special:ListProperties/string&limit=500&offset=0 has a list of all of the current string properties.
Yes and no. That's why we need to talk and figure out the best way forward.
Seems fine from my side. Adding Lucas to get it on his radar as well.
Are you sure this has anything to do with the watchlist status? It really shouldn't make a difference. I believe what you're seeing instead is T192085 which leads to some changes not showing up in the watchlist. Could you please check?
I'd like to have a broader discussion about this before we put any work into it.
Mon, Apr 23
Can we please have a link? :)
This is fine for the first release.