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とある白い猫
A Certain White Cat
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Archive, February 2008

Your bot on Arabic Wikipedia[edit]

Hi, White Cat. Your bot is misbehaving when fixing double redirects on the Arabic Wikipedia. It replaces the localized #تحويل with #REDIRECT. Either you use the localized word or stop fixing double redirects. If the bot continues to do so, it will be blocked. Thanks. --Meno25 06:54, 14 January 2008 (UTC)

What you are asking me is beyond what redirect.py is capable of. All wikis use the same redirect.py and even if I stop processing pages as you suggested the problem will not go away. Anyone using redirect.py will make similar edits. However I am mentioning to the people that wrote redirect.py. I do not have the capability to stop the bot on one wiki (yes I can do it but it is too much work) so I have killed it on all wikis. -- Cat chi? 20:19، 3 فبراير 2008 (UTC)
It should be fixed. -- Cat ちぃ? 21:00, 3 February 2008 (UTC)

Commons:Deletion requests/Image:Flag of NATO.svg[edit]

I don't think there was an adequate discussion to prompt a deletion. You have deleted it the same day it was nominated. This is wrong. -- Cat ちぃ? 21:29, 20 February 2008 (UTC)

Oh, you nominated and deleted it. [1]. It is important for you to be able to respond to inquires regarding admin actions. -- Cat ちぃ? 21:05, 21 February 2008 (UTC)
Thank you for your advice, but I do really think the issue is straightforward. Logos of organizations are usually speedy deleted since they're copyrighted by default. In this case, as it could be (as USA Government material) in the public domain and I hadn't been able to find information about its status, I opened the nomination deletion in order to get further information. Once the information was provided, and as long as the conditions (no commercial use) were not compatible with commons' I simply speedy deleted. Licensing conditions were fairly clear and not compatible. What else should be discussed? How long should the community be spending more time? --Ecemaml talk to me/habla conmigo 10:32, 22 February 2008 (UTC)
It is typical to leave it open for a week unless there are obvious reasons to delete such as screen captures of movies. Furthermore we generally do not close our own nominations on commons. It causes various problems. We are particularly slow in deleting heavy use images. Your action has removed the image from many articles - this could have been avoided. If a heavy-use image really needs to be deleted, it could have been done slowly allowing people to upload the image under a fair-use license to the local wikis. There is no reason to rush things unless we are under pressure by the copyright holder - which we are not on the case of the NATO flag. -- Cat ちぃ? 21:13, 22 February 2008 (UTC)

Please fix your Bot (WOPR)[edit]

WOPR adds interwiki links which are already in the article, e.g. n:de:Anti-Piraterie-Kopierschutz für hochauflösende Speichermedien möglicherweise gehackt. I believe this is due to the Template „Übersetzung“ which adds a note that the article is a translation and apparently also adds the interwiki-Link. -- Kju (de) 14:54, 28 February 2008 (UTC)