Will you join our Data Doctors Challenge for this week?
Aleš's "WikiTree+" data analysis has uncovered thousands of profiles with dates that need some special attention, e.g. people who lived 115+ years, or had children after they were 100, or got married before they were born, etc. Some of these are obvious typos and easy to fix. Many require research.
Here is the table of profiles with problematic dates.
After you investigate something, set the status [more info]. That will earn you a point. The member with the most points at 11:59pm EDT on Sunday night will get the badge and the bragging rights. But we'll all benefit from a neater, cleaner shared tree.
If you're participating, please post here to let us know. It helps us avoid stepping on each others' toes, and it's nice to cheer each other on. Also post here if you have any questions about how to participate.
Thanks for helping!
P.S. If you want to chat or coordinate what you are working on with others, in addition to this G2G post there is a handy spreadsheet courtesy of Steven Tibbetts.
Real-time tracking results: See your stats
alongside other participants here.
I'll work on some Scottish ones
10-year-old fathers? Yikes, must have ate his Wheaties! Here, let me help you.
Working on status repairs as possible.