Yes, I had meant to remove this. I'll do so, but maybe not right now, as my machine's battery is dying...

]]>I have been wondering about the emphasis on finite fibres too. Generally speaking, such a restriction is only necessary in an algebro-geometric setting, and even then, I personally think that for (n-)groupoids such a thing might have to be relaxed.

]]>Since when are locally constant things always finite? I would say "locally finite" when that's the case.

]]>added the Polesello-Waschkies reference with a detailed account of page and verse of their theorems and how they fit into the general abstract picture as the entry presents it now. See locally constant oo-stack - References

]]>thanks. I added the remark about the hierarchy of locally constant n-stacks...

]]>still need locally constant function

That seemed easy enough to start, so I did.

]]>I added now to locally constant infinity-stack the version of the story of "covering oo-groupoids" in an arbiztrary oo-topos as I now think it should be.

It is the part introduced with a query box asking for sanity-checks.

]]>I started

constant infinity-stack (existed before, edited it a bit)

still need locally constant function

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