I don't see why I should have to opt out. I never opted in. It is your responsibility as a bot owner to make sure DPLbot behaves responsibly. It is not my responsibility, as a humble editor, to mend your ways. Now please delete your DPL bot warning from my talk page, because it had no place to be there in the first place: complete abuse of your bot to start whacking shit on people's talk pages.
Do I make myself clear? I don't like bots, and I don't like yours. I am not going to talk or reply to a bot but the person who owns the bot, namely you. Si Trew (talk) 09:16, 3 July 2015 (UTC)
I cannot figure out what is wrong with the additional reference that I proposed to the Spintronics page. Don't you wish any additional references to this page, or the form of the reference was wrong? This is a standard reference to a paper published by the American Institute of Physics (AIP). What is wrong with it? Thank you.--TooOldMan (talk) 13:36, 9 July 2015 (UTC)
The reference was fine, it's just you added a link to Rashba (click on it, you'll see the problem) instead of Emmanuel Rashba. I went ahead and took care of it. Nice contribution to the article, by the way. Cheers, --JaGatalk 23:14, 10 July 2015 (UTC)
I said so on AN, but I guess this is a better place for the discussion. I'm already active at WMF Tools Labs (or whatever the right incantation is) and I'm up for a bit of development, if you're looking for someone to help out with Move Watch, or to take it over. I'm not familiar with the original tool - I guess I'm thinking something along the lines of querying for the database for the n users with the most page moves in the past m days and plot them as points on a scatter chart, with one axis the number of moves and the other axis the time since account creation. Each point on the chart is then a link to the editor's user page. Sound about right? n and m default to something like 1000 and 60, and I'm guessing an option for logarithmic axes will be useful. GoldenRing (talk) 14:56, 27 July 2015 (UTC)