When do others think that disambiguations are justified?
Me - I like to be able to tell the difference between things in lists from things like search results and Reports.
However another more experienced editor (jesus2099) tell me, “it’s already set and visible from RG page
barcode and catalogue number is the basic disambiguation.
we need disambiguation comment if they are the same but the editions are still different in some way not covered by basic attributes.”
I am not convinced - I see MBids as basic attributes and don’t see them or fields containing label/ASIN/EAN/catalog number etc as functioning “good enough” in all contexts where I want to be able to distinguish reliably between releases.
What are others views?