Hey, I'm not an admin or anything, but I noticed your bot re-added a bunch of [[be:]] links yesterday that were removed about 4 months ago (because Belorussian version of Community Central wasn't supposed to be official, I think? be.community redirects to the Russian Community Central though) and now there's a bunch of redlinks on Help pages because the wikis aren't linked. Are Staff/CC team aware of this and should those be removed or are they currently being discussed?
Hey, there, PLover bot seemed to develop a bug about 4pm and added a bunch of broken pt interwikis (was setting them as pt-br: before the article name). I've cleaned up the broken links, thought I'd let you know in case you need to take a look and fix something and do another run later on.
Hi! Can you do in my userpage in Japanese a similar edit (adding Romanian) like this edit, please? İ can’t do it myself because İ don’t speak Japanese and there is a text written in Japanese between the flags.
For what its worth, that Faxinnh guy has a lot of sockpuppet accounts globally banned, and he is permanently banned on a wiki I admin on due to his threats to vandalise it (with his old account). He's certainly a nuicence, and you aren't alone. Try to ignore them, and ask local admins for help if you can.
Prowler64 wrote: For what its worth, that Faxinnh guy has a lot of sockpuppet accounts globally banned, and he is permanently banned on a wiki I admin on due to his threats to vandalise it (with his old account). He's certainly a nuicence, and you aren't alone. Try to ignore them, and ask local admins for help if you can.
I saw you recently made an edit to the template in question and I was wondering if you could help me out with something. It's hard to explain, but I'm basically trying to show a users' avatar, and have the ability to place it on an article, without having to actually download and upload the avatar. The template seems to use a certain technique, and I was wondering if you happened to know how I can adjust parts of that template to make it show the avatar of a user.
-simulate will cause pywikibot to run in a "safe mode" which prevents edits from being saved until you force the script to stop. This is for testing commands before actually running them, that way you don't end up accidentally messing something up.