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please check your changes to "inactive" again!
Inactive means dead. It seems to me that you have changed Wiki Status for some Wikis to "Inactive", to mark low activity of their contributors. Wikis with low activity are Active. --Peu | talk 03:11, 16 January 2007 (PST)
No, they are really all dead. You can check them and there a lot more where i just marked the reason on the Talk: pages but didnt set them inactive yet. You may look at my contributions and limit to Talk: namespace.  Mutante 17:57, 20 January 2007 (PST)
What do you think about external wikiindex entry points?
Hi there Mutante,
I must say that it is a pleasure to 'meet the guys from S23'. Your list of MediaWikis is most impressive. At one point I was playing with the idea of using your data set to see if the page counts (good, total, edits etc.) follow a long tail, and write the results up in a short research note.
(By the way, I am not sure why my wiki (SklogWiki) has always turned up with n/a or error for Version on your page/s)
I fixed that bug in my version checking script. It was cause i relied on a capital "S" in the URL as a delimiter. It should now show a value. Mutante 08:21, 27 October 2007 (EDT)
Addition of a wikiFactor?