Thanks Karen, but you don't indicate yet, how you solve disambiguation?
You indicate how you use WP as a resource for adding dates and subjects when
they are missing.
You don't indicate when/how you are resolving ambiguities with WP data.
Again, please use Morris William as an example,
> *Once a year OCLC downloads Wikipedia and then we extract as much
> information from it as we can. This generally involves reading through
> their current information for templates, etc. Then we try to figure
> out which pages are people. Within the people pages we look for birth
> dates, death dates, work titles, ISBNs, oclc numbers, worldcat
> identity links, LCCNs ... anything that we have in VIAF for matching
> purposes. Then we build marc-ish records for each of the extracted
> person. After that the records go through the normal VIAF matching
> The process gets changed and tweaked each year.*