The next issued rotation request would take approximately 1 day, 0:50 hours to be processed.
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If there are problems with rightless rotations by IPs, admins can set the permission for rotating to autoconfirmed there.
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Welcome to Rotatebot.
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|This Bot runs on the Wikimedia:Toolserver|
|Last update||1 July 2014|
|Contact:||User talk:Rotatebot Urgent issues: mail|
|Automatic or Manually Assisted:||Automatic|
|Edit period(s):||24/7. Starts every 15 minutes if the previous run has finished gracefully. Images are processed not earlier than 45 minutes after tagging.|
|Functions:||It rotates images from Category:Images requiring rotation by bot. You can include your own by adding the template
Following the update (on 5 October 2011) of our server-side software (MediaWiki) Rotatebot takes the EXIF-specified orientation into account (and helps you to solve the problems with this change; more info at Commons:Rotation). Consequently, the degree parameter needs to be specified based on the thumbnails of the files.
The images are rotated with the lossless (which means “no generation loss” here; note that even “lossless” jpegtran rotation can be slightly lossy [depends on the image's dimensions; at maximum 16 pixels are cropped at borders if a image is not consisting of full jpeg blocks – like most digi cam images are] but no new compression artifacts are added) rotate tools jpegtran (and ExifTool) for jpgs and ImageMagick for pngs and gifs. Other formats are not supported but diverted to humans for manual processing.
Rotatebot's full-load speed currently is about 2139 images per day (depends heavily on the filesizes of the processed files). It processes at max. 40 images per run in the order they were added to the maintenance category. To explore the category in a visual way: You may use VisualFileChange for this task. Click here to start. (Select "from old to new" as sorting-option in the "more-options" container)
: 76408 files with a total of 149515 MiB; 1.96 MiB per file.