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Small rectangular monochrome image, landscape orientation, thin black border with a white background, containing the words 'no logo' in black text. Bot Wiki
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Founded by: unknown
Status: Dead
Language: English
Edit mode: OpenEdit
Wiki engine: MediaWiki
Wiki license: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike
"Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike" is not in the list of possible values (Custom license, Attribution to contributing authors, Copyright to contributing authors, Site retains copyright, WTFPL, Licence Art Libre, Open Content License, Apache License, BSD Documentation License, FreeBSD Documentation License, GNU Free Documentation License, GNU General Public License, GNU Lesser General Public License, Creative Commons Public Domain, Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication (CC0), Creative Commons Attribution, Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike, Proprietary license, Copyright to original source author, Fair use, Unknown license, Multi-license, No license, Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial, Creative Commons Attribution No Derivative Works, Creative Commons Share-Alike, Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives, Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike, Public domain (generic)) for this property.
Main topic: Testing
Wiki size: 2 article pages see stats
wikiFactor: 1 info / verify

(As of: 2014-10-25 -

Bot Wiki, hosted on the former Orain wiki farm, was for documenting and discussing the authorized and approved bots that run on any MediaWiki wiki within the Orain wiki farm. It was the place to discuss specific bot frameworks, such as Pywikipediabot, addWiki, Peachy, etc. Furthermore, future developments will include a framework matrix to compare frameworks, which should help new bot operators decide which framework best suits their needs.