I wonder what will happen where there are already (supposed to be) "official" 
HTTP URIs for entities in these aggregations?

In the domain I'm researching right now, there's a proposal that curators of 
the "thing" also curate (yes, pretty much curate) its URI:

(see also discussion:

Would the owner of the base URL be able to sign into Wikidata and just update 
the metadata there?

In which case, wouldn't it get pretty close to being a WikiDOI?


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