I'm not sure how many times we have to say "we need to be able to record what is in reliable sources."
Mar 28 2019
Jan 16 2019
Jan 7 2019
Because we have reputable sources that list the Phoenician names for historic places in Latin script (Gades for Cadiz). I want to be able to record this information.
Jul 25 2018
+1 This is urgently needed.
Jul 1 2018
Jun 7 2018
FWIW, that data I propose to enter is Phoenician in Latin script.
Apr 16 2018
@Esc3300 ... for the language to be created, or the names? I have every intention of adding the names myself.
Comment: Each of the ~68 cities listed in the enwiki article List of Phoenician cities would benefit from a <name> in language=phn statement.
Jan 20 2018
I want to say that this bug caused me to refrain from using centuries in this property for years because I was uncertain whether “12. century” really meant 12th century or 1200s ... and I studied German in school, so I am familiar with the German notation. Maybe I’m an edge case here, but if I struggled with this there must be other new users who struggle as well.
Oct 5 2017
This has been driving me nuts since Wednesday.
Sep 13 2017
Here's a file with muliple "formerly attributed to" values. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Attributed_to_Gregorius_de_Coninck_001.jpg
Aug 23 2017
I have also used this constraint type for https:wikidata.org/wiki/Property:P2341 "indigenous to", where clothing and dance in particular require an instance or a subclass.
Jul 19 2017
Jun 4 2017
I am also desperate for the ability to improve manually adding citations to Wikidata. I've done testing before and used to be a tech writer, so if anyone still needs a roadmap of how users would use this tool I can write something up.
May 27 2017
May 25 2017
I am consistently seeing an error in ISBN lookup for items published by museums. The museum is being imported as the author, broken into Last and first (last=Art, first= Metropolitan Museum of).