Joined 17 December 2009
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|Approved?||See a List of BRFAs|
|Programming language(s)||Python using pywikipedia mostly|
|Source code published?||Email me|
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Hey there, I'm DASHBot. I did a variety of tasks until I was deactivated in 2013. If something is going wrong, please turn off the corresponding task below, and promptly leave a message on my owner's talk page. Thanks!
|WP:LINKROT-Bot||Here||Runs when Tim1357 has time||Running now (120k+ archives added thus far)||Approved||See here||No logs currently|
|UnRefed BLPs||Will run on request, but the Unreferenced BLP Backlog has been well dealt with||August 2010||Approved||Remind users who created unreferenced BLPs.||No log. I could rebuild one if someone asked for one|
|Article Rescue Squadron helper bot||De-Activated||June 2010||Not needed because it was done in User-Space||Update Wikipedia:Article Rescue Squadron/Current articles||All logs have been deleted.|
|DASHBotAV||Replaced by ClueBot NG||October 2010||Approved||Revert cases of blatant vandalism using heuristics||Here (3.4 MB) A list of ~12,000 reverts that the bot did. It includes details about the reverted edit, as well as the regexes that were used in evaluating the edit.|
|LINKROTBot||Too many bugs. H3llBot does a good job of the same task||September 2010||Approved||Find dead links in article citations and find archives in the Internet Archive from sometime close to the access date of the citation.||Again, I've deleted the logs. Message me if you need them, and I'll see what I can do.|