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AbuseFilter/2014 globális bejelentése

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This page is a translated version of the page Global AbuseFilter/2014 announcement and the translation is 60% complete.


Az AbuseFilter egy MediaWiki kiterjesztés a vandalizmus és a spam ellen. Adminok és más feljogosított szerkesztők szűrőket hozhatnak létre, amik elemzik a szerkesztési műveleteket és jelzik a potenciálisan problémásakat. A nyilvános szűrők forráskódját és találatainak naplóját mindenki láthatja. A magánszűrőket az AbuseFilter menedzserek kezelik.

AbuseFilter filters can match edits, page moves, file uploads, account creations and more. AbuseFilter creators can choose among the following actions to be triggered when a matching edit is found: tag the edit, prevent the edit, warn the user with a custom interface message, or block the user. Whenever an edit trips the filter, it is logged. Full documentation for the AbuseFilter extension is available on MediaWiki.org.

The technical work to create a global (across a set of Wikimedia wikis) AbuseFilter started in 2009. In 2012, a proposal to create a Global AbuseFilter was created on Meta-Wiki. A vote was held on Meta-Wiki talk page, with a majority of supports, but the discussion was not well-advertised and had little participation. For almost two years, the proposal languished, but technical development slowly continued. In 2013, Global AbuseFilters were enabled on a limited set of wikis (metawiki, specieswiki, incubatorwiki, testwiki, test2wiki, mediawikiwiki, and in 2014 "small wikis"). This was the beginning of the trial phase. Global filters were recently enabled on "medium sized wikis" as well. Some rules about global filters were proposed, but never completely accepted. There is an ongoing request for comment on policy governing the use of the global AbuseFilters. In the meantime, specific wikis can opt out of using the global AbuseFilter. These wikis can simply add a request to Global AbuseFilter/Opt-out wikis.