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Automated message to bot owners
As a result of discussion on the village pump and mailing list, bots are now allowed to edit up to 15 times per minute. The following is the new text regarding bot edit rates from Wikipedia:Bot Policy:
Until new bots are accepted they should wait 30-60 seconds between edits, so as to not clog the recent changes list and user watchlists. After being accepted and a bureaucrat has marked them as a bot, they can edit at a much faster pace. Bots doing non-urgent tasks should edit approximately once every ten seconds, while bots who would benefit from faster editing may edit approximately once every every four seconds.
Also, to eliminate the need to spam the bot talk pages, please add Wikipedia:Bot owners' noticeboard to your watchlist. Future messages which affect bot owners will be posted there. Thank you. --Mets501 00:56, 22 February 2007 (UTC)
I need help renaming about 200 articles. Doing this by hand would take me all day.
Can your bot rename articles, or be adapted to do so?
If so, please contact me.
The Transhumanist 22:35, 16 June 2008 (UTC)
I noticed your bot has not updated any information at all on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal:Business_and_economics/Market_Indices since October. Please consider fixing it or shutting it down, as no one knows what it could be doing now. Thanks, Tritario (talk) 18:39, 17 December 2013 (UTC)
The server the bot was running on had died. I set the bot up again somewhere else, so it should start updating the portal again (except for the quote for Dow Jones index, which Yahoo Finance no longer has a license to provide via the API). DinojermBot (talk) 06:59, 19 December 2013 (UTC)