What to do with profiles like this one?

+10 votes
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This showed up in the 902 db_errors report.

It's been abandoned by its creator.

I'm not sure what to do with it?

Thanks.
WikiTree profile: יוסי אשור
in WikiTree Tech by Jillaine Smith G2G6 Pilot (777k points)
Actually, it looks like there may be a bunch of these created by the same person back in 2013: http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Turin-8

He was last active in January 2014.

5 Answers

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Best answer
It's "Yossi Ashur" in Hebrew. So it's following guidelines except for the absence of any other data. It should be treated like any other unsourced, undated profile floating around.
by Helmut Jungschaffer G2G6 Pilot (543k points)
selected by Maggie N.
But it's very odd. The profile ID # comes before the text of the name. It's like 123-Smith instead of Smith-123. Is there any reason not to delete it?
Hebrew is written right to left, that's probably why the number "follows" the name to the left.
+6 votes
Well, it is not useful in its current state, so if someone wanted to adopt it and put it to some new purpose, I think that would be fine. On the other hand, it's existence in its current state wouldn't seem to be causing any problems. Not sure it's worth messing with.
by Chase Ashley G2G6 Pilot (216k points)
+4 votes

What is the definition of a profile ;-)

Maybe a candidate for database management correction ?

by C S G2G6 Pilot (274k points)
+3 votes
What's the rule on none Latin alphabet's, should they all be standardised? If so could he not become Yossi Ashur (maybe merged into self to standardise the reference). However he also has a private wife and children attached and unless someone can see those no one would ever know who he was without the profile managers help.
by Paula Dea G2G6 Mach 6 (62.6k points)

The naming policy is to use the person's own language and that includes non-latin alphabets.

"This applies for names with accented characters, and even for languages with non-Latin alphabets. WikiTree can accept most character sets, such as Cyrillic, Chinese, and Arabic.

Note that English translations can go in the less formal fields, such as Nicknames and Other Last Names. And biographies can be written in multiple languages."

Taken from here http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Name_Fields#Use_their_conventions_instead_of_ours

+3 votes

This could be him, he has a wife and children that could be living.

 

Yosef Ashur

United States Public Records

Name Yosef Ashur
Also Known As Yossi Ashur
Residence Date 01 Apr 1999-01 Jan 2009
Residence Place Staten Island, New York, United States
Birth Date 14 Feb 1962
Phone Number  
Phone Number Recorded Date 01 Jan 2009
Address  
Address Continued Staten Island, New York 10314
Address Date 01 Apr 1999-01 Jan 2009
2nd Address  
2nd Address Continued Staten Island, New York
2nd Address Date 01 Nov 1998-01 Dec 2002
3rd Address  
3rd Address Continued  
3rd Address Date 01 Jun 1987-18 Jul 2001
Possible Relatives Judy K Kiperman, Judy Ashur, Rachel Ashur, Yosi Ashur, Zosef Ashur
Record Number 64904563

Citing this Record

"United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KJLG-8ZY : 22 May 2014), Yosef Ashur, Residence, Staten Island, New York, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.

by Dale Byers G2G Astronaut (1.4m points)

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