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Update: (2/5/2008) Experimenting with running a complete pass once ever 15 minutes, fully automated. --Connel MacKenzie - wikt 19:37, 5 February 2008 (UTC)

Update: (1/24/2008) Fully automated, running on toolserver. I now have less reason than ever to check Wikipedia, so if you see the category growing two days in a row and/or nothing in the transwiki log for more than 24 hours, then someone rebooted the toolserver and didn't tell please notify me. It currently sleeps for one day - so eventually it may skip a day when the cumulative daily run-times (including sleeps for throttling) reach 24 hours. If there is interest in having it run more frequently, let me know on my Wiktionary talk page. See ya! --Connel MacKenzie - wikt 04:48, 25 January 2008 (UTC)

Current status: All better now...running 'nice' low priority. Currently borked by the new interface message "All revisions were previously imported." Please request manual sysop transwikis on Wiktionary if not fixed by this weekend. --Connel MacKenzie - wikt 03:04, 23 January 2008 (UTC) (edit) 07:37, 23 January 2008 (UTC)

Current task running: Daily Transwiki's to, usually started sometime between 1:00AM and 6:00AM UTC. --Connel MacKenzie - wikt 00:55, 25 March 2007 (UTC)

  • Owner: User:Connel MacKenzie == wikt:User:Connel MacKenzie
  • Purpose: Replace {{Copy to Wiktionary}} with {{TWCleanup}} in articles in Category:Copy to Wiktionary after the Wiktionary import bot[clarification needed] has completed the import.
  • Using: The Python pywikipediabot framework's ''
  • Period: daily Run as a batch once a month. Originally, this was to be fully automated, run daily, but too many Wikipedians are ignoring process and Transwikiing incorrectly (with every imaginable type of error.) I am too annoyed to do the needed cleanup on the Wiktionary side (for the various Wikipedians' misconduct) to run this more than once a month.
  • Status: Approved

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