Today I read the article Ehud on Wikipedia in German. The article told me that Ehud is not only a person from the Bible, but also the first name of Ehud Barak, Israel’s prime minister from 1999 to 2001, and Ehud Olmert, prime minister from 2006 on.
Of course, Olmert is no longer prime minister since March 2009. The last editor, in November 2009, did not notice that, or at least did not change it.
When I edited the article now, I made the two gentlemen “Israeli politicians”. This will stay valid even when one of them should become prime minister again, or another Ehud becomes prime minister.
When writing articles, we should be more conscious about our sustainability problem. I am now regretting that sometimes I put in more details than necessary, making an article too vulnerable to ageing.