Feb 13 2017
Feb 9 2017
@Alphos: Thanks for replying,
Feb 7 2017
So your concern, the problem with these "approximate" links as you see it, lest I get it backwards, is about the easily confused wikipedia readers?
There can be no approximation >
Feb 6 2017
aye, someone...clicks on a link to find... ok, not a full-blown article but a subsection.. a paragraph, just a sentence even... however the particular language wiki has been capable of covering the subject so far... isn't this a good thing wikipedia can offer to its readers?
Feb 5 2017
Could someone kindly show a case -- or two :) -- of how such links cause a problem?
For example... looking at flautist / flûtist / fløjtenist (Q12902372) with an article e.g. at Fløjtenist but some other links, such as in enwiki, redirecting to the instrument page -- vs the instrument, flute (Q11405) but also recorder (Q187851), etc. etc. ... so aren't such additional links in fact rather helpful ?