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For years, there has been a low-level (and at times high-intensity) conflict about which country can claim Chopin as its son. The observer learns a lot about the Napoleonic code, about the nuances of "citizenship", "nationality", and "ethnicity". Whether this edit war will spread to the page on his memorial on the periodic table is unknown. Casey Kasem may have foreshadowed this edit war decades ago when he offered his first impression of U2 early in their career: "This is bullshit. Editors ruthlessly argue over the formalities of citizenship and nationality.
Students of law can argue the finer points of jus sanguinis and jus soli. With "Unionists" and "Independencrats" reviving arguments that once almost sabotaged zh.wiki, this article has the (mis)fortune to have a lengthy FAQ which uses statements like "Chinese can also be Taiwanese just like Chinese can also be Beijingers" and "Jeremy Lin's maternal grandma lives in Zhejiang and thus he has undisputed Chinese descent" to satisfy both sides. Or did he have no nationality at all that bears mentioning? Born of Serbian parents in a part of the Austrian Empire, which a short time later became a part of the Hungarian half of Austria-Hungary and is now in Croatia. Which country's laws of citizenship should be used?
Can you receive citizenship if you already have it? Celebrity witnesses such as Obama, Churchill, Sean Taro Ono Lennon, and Dr. Collateral damage even reaches WP: Lame, where the Chopin entry is removed because of an alleged lack of lameness.  At one point, the score in this heated battle was 16 citations to 4 in favour of the Hungarian side, with the Slovak side being handed both and tags. Let's just say for now he's a Parsi whose parents originated from India! Unfortunately, users and IP's don't realize that they are talking about the same place, and like tennis, the final result of this edit war will never be known.
It appears that the dust has settled and the Hungarian side won, but at the cost of nine citation numbers immediately after "Hungarian". Just don't even think of suggesting he's "left" Queen or is an "ex-member" of the band, though, or you'll really get people's hackles up.... Is she a "Bosnian actress of Croatian descent/ethnicity" or a "Croatian actress"? Does she need all-those-prefixes-in-front-of-her-nationality-American? Of course, consumers of the British press will be aware that, to those south of the border, Murray is British until he loses a match, at which point he reverts to Scottishness. Should the infobox in the article list him as (1) British nationality or (2) Scottish nationality and British citizenship, or (3) Scottish & British nationality (no citizenship) or (4) no nationality and citizenship?
An additional step to increase lameness is to include repeated links to this essay, which is WP: LAME. A year-long, low-intensity desultory chain of edits and reversions consumes human time and effort with no net content added to the Encyclopedia.
Administrators have a special role to play; proposing/implementing topic bans on lame participants is doubly effective: it not only increases the present-day lameness, but, by quashing debate, helps ensure the lame issue remains unsolved for future generations of Wikipedians to go on about. The best way to set about a lame edit war is to change a large number of articles based on your interpretation of minutiae in the manual of style. Are U2 an "Irish band" or simply a band that happen to be from Ireland, since two of their members were born in the UK?
With loyalists and republicans (and even nationalists) on both sides, don't expect an answer soon. Cue edit warring, accusations of vandalism, and full protection of the article. For a while this was resolved by quoting both, but then further edit warring ensued as to whether it should be followed by '(more commonly known as bat)' or B. Costumed climbing of said tower now seems inevitable, presumably dressed as an alternative superhero from usual.The use of "Polish-born" is branded as a racist slur. He is considered by both Hungarians and Slovaks to be the unsung father of the dynamo and electric motor. If Copernicus were around today, he might have suggested that he would be satisfied to be remembered as an astronomer, but we will never know. He eventually became a naturalized citizen of the US. Apparently, she was born to Portuguese parents and has released albums in Portuguese, but "she was born, lives, and works in Canada". Much like reality television, this could get nasty.There is spirited debate about whether the citing of a passage of law is considered original research, tantamount to "dropping Mentos into a bottle of Pepsi to see if it will explode." Can you emigrate from a country of which you are not a citizen? But what was his true ethnicity, Hungarian or Slovak? You'd be surprised how many people get this annoyed, to the point that it is still a hotly contested item over there. Oh, and this one, like all the others, had its share of random vandals, people leaving unmarked anonymous insults, and gnashing of teeth. Was he born in Scotland, (or Great Scotland) the UK, or Great Britain?Do a dispute over water usage, and a separate dispute over access to an island below the Falls, have no bearing on this, or do they prove that the location of the Falls must be on the border?
Whatever you believe, be sure to bring a (Google) map to the debate, and point out that your opponent's sources are not RS or NPOV!No consensus has truly emerged as to an ideal term; or even if the existing one is really a problem or not. If you add tomatoes is it still a Caesar or is it something called a "Letchworth salad"?