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68.55.153.254

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 22:08, 31 October 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 7313
User: 68.55.153.254
Article: Marrow (comics)
Time: 2010-10-31 22:04:11
Diff: [1]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 8003 characters

What happened

A previous user added in just about all the information for Spyke onto the page for Marrow, which is unnecessary since Spyke has his own article. My edit was to remove all the info from her article, and place a link leading to his main article, which was reverted by the bot.

Discussion

76.219.170.8

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 00:43, 1 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 7380
User: 76.219.170.8
Article: Saturday Night Live (season 36)
Time: 2010-11-01 00:40:55
Diff: [2]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/asshole/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

Someone said the word \"assholes\" on live TV and it wasn\'t censored

Discussion

76.219.170.8

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 01:24, 1 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 7380
User: 76.219.170.8
Article: Saturday Night Live (season 36)
Time: 2010-11-01 00:40:55
Diff: [3]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/asshole/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

The word \"assholes\" apparently triggered the revert, but the word was used in a quotation presented in the article and was appropriate.

Discussion

58.71.81.10

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 14:28, 1 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 7511
User: 58.71.81.10
Article: MM!
Time: 2010-11-01 07:58:23
Diff: [4]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/\brape\b/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

The word that was screened actually transpired in the article in question.

In case ClueBot still does deem it unsuitable, the word shall be changed to a another term with synonymous meanings.

Discussion

165.176.7.3

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 21:32, 1 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 8026
User: 165.176.7.3
Article: Oblomov
Time: 2010-11-01 21:26:25
Diff: [5]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/\bass\b/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

Re: the link to \"Buridan\'s ass\", that\'s \"ass\" as in \"donkey\", not \"ass\" as in \"arse\"/\"buttocks\", and it therefore is not profanity; moreover, the added link is relevant and informative. Check the linked article for confirmation and further details.

Discussion

71.211.76.220

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 09:30, 2 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 8376
User: 71.211.76.220
Article: Real Deal Pro Wrestling
Time: 2010-11-02 09:25:23
Diff: [6]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 10136 characters

What happened

If you look, the page was created by copying and pasting from another page. I was removing the information that had NOTHING to do with this company (RDPW) and adding new information.

Discussion

Jpcea00

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 18:15, 2 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 5729
User: Jpcea00
Article: Lima Metro
Time: 2010-10-28 21:31:44
Diff: [7]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 2 * "/leet/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

there is no vandalism, is just to catch up the article

Discussion

90.184.75.69

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 18:19, 2 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 8683
User: 90.184.75.69
Article: Foreign relations of Denmark
Time: 2010-11-02 17:48:00
Diff: [8]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 7744 characters

What happened

Edited multiple factual errors. Not vandalism.

Discussion

76.125.62.158

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 20:41, 2 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 7428
User: 76.125.62.158
Article: Mirror
Time: 2010-11-01 03:04:08
Diff: [9]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/asshole/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

I added a redirect from the page \'Nicholas Yannelis\' to the more complete page \'Nicholas C. Yannelis\'.

The bot immediately reverted my update. To be even less helpful, it seems to have added an incorrect ID to both my talk page and it\'s comment regarding the reversion.

Per the change log here: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Nicholas_Yannelis&action=historysubmit&diff=394444277&oldid=394444265 obsenities like \'asshole\', and the \'Mirror\' page have nothing to do with the bot\'s action.

Discussion

63.146.4.57

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 20:45, 2 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 6182
User: 63.146.4.57
Article: High Achievers
Time: 2010-10-29 15:15:58
Diff: [10]
Heuristic: pageblank
Reason: blanking the page

What happened

\"High Achiever\" is too braod of a term to re-direct to a single high school that uses this term as a motto. The term is perhaps most famous in the field of international business administratio, but has multiple meaning in multiple fields.

Performing a Google search of the term does not even bring the high school to the first page. It certainly is not closely enough associated with the term to have an automatic re-direct.

Most users searching \"High Achievers\" are not looking for this school.

Discussion

217.39.11.225

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 21:02, 2 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 8846
User: 217.39.11.225
Article: Kensington North (UK Parliament constituency)
Time: 2010-11-02 20:57:03
Diff: [11]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/666+\b/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

Added information to the page on Kensington North regarding elections in the 1920s. This was a good edit; further, was without obscenities. ClueBot Commons (talk) 21:02, 2 November 2010 (UTC)

Discussion

99.192.77.179

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 06:18, 3 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 8522
User: 99.192.77.179
Article: The X Factor (Australia season 2)
Time: 2010-11-02 14:43:26
Diff: [12]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/fuck/i"
  • 1 * "/fuck ((yo)?u|h(er|im)|them|it)/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

The song title in the wikilink actually contains an obscenity, which links to another page in wikipedia. This was corrected because another user inadvertently changed the song title from the obscenity to ***. This user made a good edit to remake the link back to the real title, and hence Cluebot has detected a false positive.

Discussion

Ajesg

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 06:30, 3 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 9228
User: Ajesg
Article: University of the Philippines Los Baños
Time: 2010-11-03 06:27:21
Diff: [13]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 14154 characters

What happened

Discussion

217.29.151.102

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 06:55, 3 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 9238
User: 217.29.151.102
Article: Liz Vassey
Time: 2010-11-03 06:44:21
Diff: [14]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 2 * "/bitch/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

Liz Vassey stars in the Two and a Half Men episode \"The Crazy Bitch Gazette\" (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Two_and_a_Half_Men_%28season_8%29 ). Clue Bot wouldn\'t let me add this information to the sections \"Career\" and \"Selected filmography\" on the Liz-Vassey-page.

Discussion

62.24.111.242

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 14:58, 3 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 9438
User: 62.24.111.242
Article: Mount Kenya
Time: 2010-11-03 14:44:37
Diff: [15]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 12665 characters

What happened

The deleted content (History of European Climbers) was moved to a separate Mounteneering article. This keeps the current content relevant and NPOV. The matter has been discussed in the Talk Page.

Discussion

62.239.159.6

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 17:04, 3 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 9352
User: 62.239.159.6
Article: Boxer Rebellion
Time: 2010-11-03 13:35:46
Diff: [16]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 16014 characters

What happened

Reverted away from terrible POV edit i which: the refs removed do not support the content. much of the content added is irrelevant, contradictory and even false. The article is also bloated and riddled with weasel words which I attempted to prune.

The article has been subjected to a sytematic ruining by a determined ip producing something which may as well have came straight from the Chinese government approved communist schoolbooks.

Discussion

LondonSword

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 01:16, 4 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 9116
User: LondonSword
Article: The Nutcracker
Time: 2010-11-03 02:11:36
Diff: [17]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 63395 characters

What happened

This section of the article was split into a separate pagge List of productions of The Nutcracker. I was deleting the redundant information. There is now a link to the new page in the article itself under \"History\" -> \"Subsequent Productions.\" The removed text is thus no longer necessary on the main article.

Discussion

Drd451186

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 12:13, 4 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 10207
User: Drd451186
Article: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003 TV series)
Time: 2010-11-04 11:10:09
Diff: [18]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 17827 characters

What happened

Good faith effort by newly registered user to respond to cleanup tags placed on article some months ago. Only flaw was a lack of edit summary.

Discussion

72.14.228.132

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 18:32, 4 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 10529
User: 72.14.228.132
Article: Toilet of Europe
Time: 2010-11-04 18:25:09
Diff: [19]
Heuristic: pageblank
Reason: blanking the page

What happened

Page was created as an attack, redirect to Czech Republic. IP blanked the page, which showed up in Igloo for me. I\'ve db-10\'d the page. Not sure how you could catch this in the future!

Discussion

99.250.117.26

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 16:11, 5 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 11141
User: 99.250.117.26
Article: Wikipedia:Reference desk/Computing
Time: 2010-11-05 16:02:04
Diff: [20]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/\blol\b/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

This was a pretty normal response of the OP at a Reference Desk. Nothing obscene about it. Come to think of it, the RE above seems to suggest that the bot simply considers \"lol\" to be an obscenity, which I find quite odd. Maybe it\'s inappropriate in article space, but there is nothing wrong with the word in talk-like pages such as the Reference Desks.

Discussion

77.95.97.56

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 20:20, 5 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 11005
User: 77.95.97.56
Article: Business
Time: 2010-11-05 10:22:56
Diff: [21]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/\bsex\b/i"
  • 1 * "/fuck/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

I didn\'t add any obscenities so not sure why it is saying I did.

Discussion

There's no question about it that it is vandalism. Perhaps you are using the same IP address as the vandal, and that's why you are getting the warning. PleaseStand (talk) 02:49, 6 November 2010 (UTC)

70.68.186.132

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 02:48, 6 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 11462
User: 70.68.186.132
Article: Forrest Griffin
Time: 2010-11-06 02:39:08
Diff: [22]
Heuristic: smallchange/censor
Regular expressions matched:

  • -1 * "/fuck/i"


Reason: making a minor change censoring content (Wikipedia is not censored)

What happened

The article stated that winning the fight made Forrest Griffin the best heavyweight fighter in the world which is both inaccurate (according to MMA world rankings) and biased towards Forrest Griffin.

Discussion

There's nothing wrong with the part of the edit you were trying to perform; as the bot's report indicates, it is your change of "fuck" to "f***" that caused the bot to revert your edit. It is Wikipedia policy that profane words that legitimately appear in articles remain uncensored. PleaseStand (talk) 02:55, 6 November 2010 (UTC)

70.68.186.132

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 02:48, 6 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 11462
User: 70.68.186.132
Article: Forrest Griffin
Time: 2010-11-06 02:39:08
Diff: [23]
Heuristic: smallchange/censor
Regular expressions matched:

  • -1 * "/fuck/i"


Reason: making a minor change censoring content (Wikipedia is not censored)

What happened

The article stated that winning the fight made Forrest Griffin the best heavyweight fighter in the world which is both inaccurate (according to MMA world rankings) and biased towards Forrest Griffin.

Discussion

Duplicate report; see above. PleaseStand (talk) 02:55, 6 November 2010 (UTC)

137.113.190.174

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 06:47, 6 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 11520
User: 137.113.190.174
Article: The Amazing Race 18
Time: 2010-11-06 06:24:16
Diff: [24]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 32664 characters

What happened

The previous editor had randomly copied all of Amazing Race 17 and inserted it into Amazing Race 18. I reverted this bad edit, but without logging in. The bot reverted back to the bad version. I am about to log in and revert the bot\'s edit.

Best, Sam

Discussion

Doomz92

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 17:35, 6 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 11663
User: Doomz92
Article: Nani (footballer)
Time: 2010-11-06 16:53:43
Diff: [25]
Heuristic: smallchange/exclamation
Reason: making a minor change adding "!!!"

What happened

I added additional information to Nani\'s career statistics (Adding assists) without logging in. The information is correct and justified by the ESPN link which I inserted. The minor change \"!!!\" was made to rectify an input error. The bot has reverted this good edit back to the old version.

Discussion

75.47.148.167

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 08:53, 7 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 11993
User: 75.47.148.167
Article: Template:X2
Time: 2010-11-07 08:52:56
Diff: [26]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 15328 characters

What happened

Discussion

75.47.148.167

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 08:56, 7 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 11996
User: 75.47.148.167
Article: Template:X3
Time: 2010-11-07 08:55:52
Diff: [27]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 11018 characters

What happened

Discussion

75.47.148.167

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 08:58, 7 November 2010 (UTC).

Information

ID: 11998
User: 75.47.148.167
Article: Template:X4
Time: 2010-11-07 08:58:05
Diff: [28]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 12451 characters

What happened

Discussion

80.189.17.242

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 17:17, 7 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 12145
User: 80.189.17.242
Article: Lady Anne Farquharson-MacKintosh
Time: 2010-11-07 17:08:38
Diff: [29]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/damn/i"
  • 1 * "/bitch/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

I coeected some formatting and added a historical reference work that happens to have d@mn and b!tch�s in the title. It\'s an appropriate reference work for that wikipedia article.

Discussion

86.181.253.37

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 19:36, 7 November 2010 (UTC).

Information

ID: 12092
User: 86.181.253.37
Article: Consecration
Time: 2010-11-07 15:07:21
Diff: [30]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 13349 characters

What happened

Stupid cluebot removed me deleting a section. Now, thing is, abuse filter warned me beforehand. It shouldn\'t be frigging reverting something I\'ve already had to confirm. Then me having to revert stupid piece of crap bot is a second confirmation. So either have abuse filter or cluebot, not both.

Discussion

198.7.235.87

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 01:36, 8 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 12421
User: 198.7.235.87
Article: Cool story bro
Time: 2010-11-08 01:33:33
Diff: [31]
Heuristic: pageblank
Reason: blanking the page

What happened

Some created page \"cool story bro\" and redirected it to the Bible. Clearing the redirect is what got reverted back to the redirect.

Discussion

71.172.206.139

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 10:11, 8 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 12610
User: 71.172.206.139
Article: Jill Nicolini
Time: 2010-11-08 10:07:52
Diff: [32]
Heuristic: smallchange/exclamation
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/\bpussy\b/i"


Reason: making a minor change adding "!!!"

What happened

Discussion

86.152.155.42

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 04:45, 9 November 2010 (UTC).

Information

ID: 13309
User: 86.152.155.42
Article: Liberal
Time: 2010-11-09 04:32:16
Diff: [33]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 14860 characters

What happened

A new user vandalized the Liberal article. An IP editor removed the vandalism. ClueBot reverted the IP back to the vandalism.

Corvus cornix

Discussion

80.194.231.189

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 21:19, 9 November 2010 (UTC).

Information

ID: 13094
User: 80.194.231.189
Article: Peterborough railway station
Time: 2010-11-08 23:15:37
Diff: [34]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/666+\b/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

An IP user changed the image in the infobox. It was a good-faith edit, and the image that the IP changed to was definitely one showing the subject of the article, ie Peterborough railway station (whether the new image was better than the old or not is immaterial). All I can see that might have triggered this is that the bot picked up the digit sequence \"666\" in the image name: File:Peterborough_train_station_5666.JPG --Redrose64 (talk) 21:21, 9 November 2010 (UTC)

Discussion

Anthonyc456

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 06:44, 10 November 2010 (UTC).

Information

ID: 14167
User: Anthonyc456
Article: William C. Rader
Time: 2010-11-10 06:33:03
Diff: [35]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 7733 characters

What happened

I updated the information to reflect facts.

Discussion

195.113.13.84

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 13:53, 11 November 2010 (UTC).

Information

ID: 12306
User: 195.113.13.84
Article: Çorlu
Time: 2010-11-07 22:37:00
Diff: [36]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 12429 characters

What happened

Deleted a large scale foreign language material.

Discussion

201.127.69.199

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 21:09, 27 November 2010 (UTC).

Information

ID: 14837
User: 201.127.69.199
Article: Puni Puni Poemy
Time: 2010-11-27 19:39:24
Diff: [37]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/\bass\b/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

The characters\' family name in Japanese is \"Aasu\", which makes a reference to the English pronunciation of both \"Earth\" and \"arse/ass\". The edit only explains this. It is understandable that the bot thought it was vandalism, but it is not.

Discussion

Alexander Roumega

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 11:23, 28 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 15127
User: Alexander Roumega
Article: Amish
Time: 2010-11-28 11:18:52
Diff: [38]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 21027 characters

What happened

I split article in new small size.

Discussion

91.115.21.110

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 19:41, 28 November 2010 (UTC).

Information

ID: 15286
User: 91.115.21.110
Article: Francis Martin O'Donnell
Time: 2010-11-28 19:35:03
Diff: [39]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 12154 characters

What happened

You reverted a clean-up edit which ensued from an AFD discussion

Discussion

75.47.146.20

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 05:17, 29 November 2010 (UTC).

Information

ID: 15604
User: 75.47.146.20
Article: Conan (TV series)
Time: 2010-11-29 05:15:55
Diff: [40]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/whore/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

Discussion

67.60.29.182

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 01:16, 30 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 16162
User: 67.60.29.182
Article: DC Universe Classics
Time: 2010-11-30 01:09:32
Diff: [41]
Heuristic: massdelete
Reason: deleting 49775 characters

What happened

This page is being abused by a variety of users against a regular wiki contributor. He\'s trying to make the page follow Wiki guidelines and is alone in dealing with the \"mob\" of people that dislike his enforcement. I was simply removing the removal of his last edit.

Discussion

76.226.127.198

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 03:46, 30 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 16253
User: 76.226.127.198
Article: Bill Finegan
Time: 2010-11-30 03:35:54
Diff: [42]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/\bpussy\b/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Bill_Finegan&action=historysubmit&diff=399648278&oldid=399646338] Here is the edit that triggered the revert. The editor reverted was adding information about a song written by the subject of the article, entitled \"Pussy Willow\". Perhaps change the obscenity expression to allow \"pussy\" when followed by \"willow\"?

Discussion

81.233.23.49

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 19:07, 30 November 2010 (UTC).

Information

ID: 16622
User: 81.233.23.49
Article: BS
Time: 2010-11-30 18:51:03
Diff: [43]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/\bshit\b/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

I saw a flaw in the BS page and corrected it since i didn\'t think that \"Bull Shit\" should be categorized under \"Other\" but under \"Standards\" since in my experience \"BS\" is most commonly refereed as \"Bull Shit\". Perhaps this was my bad, but i don\'t think it was. It was no attempt to vandalism.

Discussion

81.233.23.49

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 19:07, 30 November 2010 (UTC).

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ID: 16622
User: 81.233.23.49
Article: BS
Time: 2010-11-30 18:51:03
Diff: [44]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/\bshit\b/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

I saw a flaw in the BS page and corrected it since i didn\'t think that \"Bull Shit\" should be categorized under \"Other\" but under \"Standards\" since in my experience \"BS\" is most commonly refereed as \"Bull Shit\". Perhaps this was my bad, but i don\'t think it was. It was no attempt to vandalism.

Discussion

193.50.110.41

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Posted by ClueBot Commons (talk) on 19:10, 30 November 2010 (UTC).

Information

ID: 16562
User: 193.50.110.41
Article: ConnectU
Time: 2010-11-30 17:51:14
Diff: [45]
Heuristic: smallchange/obscenities
Regular expressions matched:

  • 1 * "/fuck/i"
  • 1 * "/fuck ((yo)?u|h(er|im)|them|it)/i"


Reason: making a minor change with obscenities

What happened

Not actually added anything. I have just reverted a previous vandalism (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=ConnectU&diff=prev&oldid=399430054) that consisted in the deletion of a cite. Please notice that the text appears broken without it. About the cite, it is properly referenced and I can confirm that it appears in the reference, so the actual vandalism was its deletion.

Discussion