Hello. New member here, although I first stumbled upon this site a few years ago. I thought I had posted this during my lunch break at work but it didn't seem to have "taken." Please forgive my choppiness here as I re-compose this. I'm actually adding a second discrepancy here.

1) (What I tried to post during my lunch break)

From the "Rotatope" article in the wiki ( http://hi.gher.space/wiki/Rotatope ): "Rotatopes of two dimensions or higher also function as expanded rotatopes: a rotatope which is (at its minimal frame) homeomorphic to a set of toratopes of lower or equal dimension." (Notice that there's nothing about open vs. closed toratopes here.)

From the "Expanded rotatope" article in the wiki ( http://hi.gher.space/wiki/Expanded_rotatope ): "The expanded rotatope of a closed toratope is the unique rotatope that is homeomorphic to the toratope." (Emphasis mine)

On the "List of toratopes" in the wiki ( http://hi.gher.space/wiki/List_of_toratopes ), every toratope listed, open and closed, is listed as being homeomorphic to an expanded rotatope.

So what gives? (I also wonder if the the list of toratopes should begin at dimension 0 like the lists of tapertopes and bracketopes, and if the "toratope statistics" table in the "Toratope" article should begin with dimension 1. The fact that there aren't both open and closed rotatopes in those dimensions could make that more complicated though. I'm assuming the line segment/digon is an open rotatope, and probably the point to although maybe the point wouldn't qualify as either open or closed. It would still be a (trivial) rotatope though, right. Everything in this paragraph after the "what gives?" could be considered as issue "1a".)

2) Bracketopic products and bracket notation

The brackets [] in bracket notation are clearly linked to the "rectangular" shapes (or rectangular cross-sections of shapes), the parentheses () to the round shapes and the chevrons <> to the "diamond" shapes. That is assuming the "List of bracketopes" ( http://hi.gher.space/wiki/List_of_bracketopes ) is accurate. But if you look at the references of those symbols to the bracketopic products in the "Bracket notation" article ( http://hi.gher.space/wiki/Bracket_notation ), and then look at the descriptions of those bracketopic products (which are ordered differently) in the "Bracketopic product" article ( http://hi.gher.space/wiki/Bracketopic_product ), the parentheses still go to the circular shapes but the brackets go to the diamond shapes and the chevrons go to the rectangular shapes. So some correction of one of these pages is probably needed. The order being consistent for those two articles would also seem to be ideal (and I'd say brackets before parentheses (since it's bracket notation) before chevrons as in the "Bracket notation" article makes sense).

Okay, that's all for now. Thanks in advance to anyone who can address/respond to this.