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Global Wikidata Bots

This page will not be used but should be retained.

Todavía hay alrededor de 1 millón de artículos en todas las Wikipedias de idioma que contienen enlaces interwiki (algunos en las páginas protegidas) que están siendo trasladados a Wikidata. Los bots se han establecido para migrar todos estos vínculos, pero no pueden eliminar los enlaces de artículos protegidos. Estos robots se utilizan para reducir el error humano al mismo tiempo de la migración a Wikidata, así como para acelerar el proceso y ahorrar en horas de hombre.

Propuesta

Se propone que un nuevo grupo global se creará con el nombre de "Global Wikidata bots". Esto permitirá a los robots que son sigandos al grupo propuesto de editadr páginas protegidas en los proyectos wikiset. El wikiset sólo incluirá los proyectos de Wikipedia que opta-en.

The new global group would contain all of the permissions that are currently in the Global bot group as well as the editprotected flag.

"Global Wikidata bot" access should be requested on Steward requests/Bot status. To qualify for access, the bot must already be active on several wikis, with long-term contributions to back up its trustworthiness. Since it is proposed that projects can require that they need to assent to a request first, requests should include links to places where the bot owner has informed these wikis.

This proposal does not mean:

  • All bots on Wikidata will be able to edit protected pages on all wikis
  • All global bots will be able to edit protected pages on all wikis

RFC procedure

The request for comments about the establishment of a new global group "Global Wikidata bots" will last 2 weeks, from 10 to 24 June (proposed). All Wikipedias will be notified of it via (insert here: EdwardsBot, CentralNotice??). If the result is in favour of creating the group, it will be created; and notices will be sent out to all Wikipedias (drafted here) that it is proposed that they opt-in to this group. If there is no response on a Wikipedia within 1 month after the notification, it will be taken as "no objection". Of course, wikis can start an opt-in discussion also before they are notified.

The local opt-in decisions will be listed (below) and the opting-in wikis be added to the wikiset for this group. Wikis can decide to opt-in to the global group and require that every "Global Wikidata bot" request be presented to them before it can be granted.

Comments below

For discussion on meta see the talk page.

Support

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Oppose

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Neutral

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Discusiones locales

Discusiones pendientes

  • examplewiki - [1] - Closing 10th July, 2013 00:00 UTC (NOTE: this is not a real RFC, but just an example)

1 - Fully Opt-in

The local project community blanket approves all Wikidata bots and does not need to be informed.

  • ...

2 - Opt-in with Local approval

The local project community needs to be informed about the bot operator and has the ability to object the global bot approval.

  • ...

3 - Fully Opt-out

  • testwiki - [2]
  • test2wiki - [3]