Community Wishlist Survey 2022/Citations/Automatic duplicate citation finder/Proposal/id

  • Problem: Saya penyunting yang cukup aktif, tetapi saya biasanya melakukan penyuntingan yang lebih kecil (kapitalisasi, satuan metrik, tanda pisah) dan terkadang saya menambahkan konten ke bagian pembuka yang belum merangkumnya. Hanya sebagian kecil dari suntingan saya yang menambahkan materi baru dengan sitasi, jadi saya belum mengetahui banyak alat sitasi. But what surprises me in the raw out-of-the-box edit window is that you can add a citation with a known URL, and when you press "submit" for your partially completed citation, it never says, "hey, someone else on this or another page entered a citation with the same title or URL, would you like to crib some of those fields?" Sitasi seharusnya adalah aktivitas standar di Wikipedia, seperti bernapas. Jadi saya rasa saya seharusnya tidak perlu memasang sesuatu atau menyalakan mode penyuntingan istimewa untuk mendapatkan bantuan agar tidak menggandakan pekerjaan yang sudah ada.
  • Proposed solution: URL dan/atau judul templat sitasi yang belum lengkap secara otomatis diperiksa apakah terdapat duplikatnya di halaman yang sama atau halaman lain ketika melakukan pratayang. (Bisa jadi ada tombol khusus untuk pratayang referensi saja.)
  • Who would benefit: Siapa pun yang ingin menambahkan materi bersitasi yang belum ahli dalam sistem sitasi.
  • More comments: I don't want to create another ticket for this, but it's very clearly a barrier to entry and self-evident paper cut how annoying it is to reuse an existing citation (from the same article) amending only the quotation field or page number fields on subsequent reuse. In my own editing, 90% of the time I notice resources that have been exploited by others, and that's how my bag of tricks expands over time; only in rare instances do I do a deliberate deep dive into the documentation pages. If an easy way to re-use a citation exists, amending only the page number, I sure haven't seen much evidence of other editors making use of this in the thousands of pages I visit in a typical year. Another aspect of citation that should be as painless as breathing. Also, when editing a section and some of the named citations won't resolve (because they are defined outside the section) would it be crazy to offer an button to *really* preview the edited section in the context of the whole page (as found when clicking "edit" on the current section heading? (The section edit URL would somehow need to capture the source page ID to make this work.)
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  • Proposer: MaxEnt (talk) 04:30, 11 January 2022 (UTC)[reply]