(I thought I had reported this, but after doing query searches for 5 min, I can't find it.)
Citoid should not assume something was published on the 1st of a month if DOI only gives "Month and Year"[x] Put out years in year only format (i.e. Example 10.1263/jbb.105.192 only results in "March 2008", but Citoid assumes it then was pubished on the 1st of March 2008 (2008-03-01). Citoid should not do that,YYY)
 Put out all dates in a readable format (i.e. but just add "March 2008" to the reference on Wiki.
----May 2010) in the date field to address the polluted data issue ASAP.
 Possibly translate them on our end as well.
10.1263/jbb.105.192 on Crossref
This is a possible way forward for standardising dates which would occur over a longer time scale:
 Write up a standard format for publishers' dates. Possible format: https://www.loc.gov/standards/datetime/
10.1263/jbb.105.192 in Citoid Put the new standard in a new field called publisherDate in citoid for transitioning purposes.
 See if any wikis are willing to use publisherDate. Each wiki would be able to decide if they want to accept the new format in their 'date' field, or if they prefer to have a separate field for it like 'publisher-date' or 'citoid-date'.
Similar issue with books containing only a publication year Assess if the standard publisherDate is now suitable for the date field and potentially replace it. If not, remove it. This bit is sticky if there is only partial conversion.
Note: Discussion is also happening on ENWP here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help_talk:Citation_Style_1#ISBNs_in_mw:Citoid