Congratulations. --Dweller 12:33, 9 January 2007 (UTC)
- Did you see this? --Dweller 09:23, 11 January 2007 (UTC)
[[:Image:Touched by His Noodly Appendage.jpg|thumb|right|This Pastafarian award goes to Steve Summit in recognition of his elaborations on building a spaghetti bridge. Unceremoniously presented by Sluzzelin ]] Hello Steve Summit. I found your insightful elaborations on building a spaghetti bridge interesting and appetizing. I prepared myself some pasta and decided to award you one Flying Spaghetti Monster for your answer at the Science Reference Desk. ---Sluzzelin 23:13, 28 January 2007 (UTC)
Image name fix
|The da Vinci Barnstar|
|For creating the ever-so-great archival bot for both the help desk and reference desk. — E talkbots 06:26, 17 August 2007 (UTC)|
The Butterfly Effect
|Have a Pie!|
|You are hereby awarded ONE PIE for having the line of the day on the Science Desk!|
Bot archived an unsigned RefDesk question within a wrong date
In these two edits
the bot moved an unsigned (and un-dated) note from a 'Feb 14' section to the 'Feb 15' archive. Strange, although it grabbed the Feb 14 comment, it did not archive or remove the 'Feb 14' section header.
- Wow -- you were really paying attention!
- The bot doesn't actually look at date headers at all -- it considers (well, I consider) them untrustworthy, even though they're usually added by the same bot. The bot archives solely based on signatures, which poses a problem when there are unsigned questions. In that case, the bot ends up using the date of the first answer or, as here, the next question, which occasionally ends up being on the next day. (Also, since it doesn't trust them, the bot simply deletes date headers off of the main pages, and recreates them on the archive pages based on the "proper" date ranges it thinks it's intuited.) —Steve Summit (talk) 10:37, 23 February 2017 (UTC)
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