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Operator: Head Automatic or Manually Assisted: Fully automatic in most cases; manually assisted where interwiki link conflicts occur. Programming Language(s): Python (PyWikipediaBot; I'm one of the core developers). Function Summary: Interwiki links. To save time and bandwidth, I have bot accounts on 100+ Wikipedias, see interwiki links on User:Zwobot. Edit period(s)(e.g. Continuous, daily, one time run): Without a fixed schedule. Edit rate requested: Usually not more than one edit per minute. Theoretically, there might be situations where a change is done every five seconds, but that's very unlikely. Already has a bot flag(Y/N): N Function Details: See interwiki.py documentation in the PyWikipediaBot framework, or meta:interwiki.py.
Please note that it is ZwoBot with a capital B, while the bot is called Zwobot on all other Wikipedias. On the English Wikipedia, the username Zwobot was grabbed by a vandal. I have requested the deletion of that account so that I could take the username, but it was rejected. So don't get confused by the name mismatch! --Head 12:03, 3 September 2007 (UTC)
--ST47TalkÂ·Desk 14:19, 4 September 2007 (UTC)
A few more than fifty edits there... try to adhere to the limits on bot trials next time, should you request another bot task. â€” madman bum and angel 14:44, 7 September 2007 (UTC)
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