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Nō Wikipedia Māori

Māori: ngā Karetao

Ko ngā Karetao o te Wikipedia he hōtuhi rorohiko, tā rātou he whakarite i ngā mahi whakatikatika noa. Ki te whakaaetia kia mahi tētahi karetao ki tēnei o ngā Wikipedia, ka ngaro ana mahi i te rārangi o nga huringa hou, me te aha, ka puta māmā ake ai ngā mahi a ngā nanakia. Ko tā te nuinga o ngā karetao mahi he whakahaere i ngā hoto i waenganui i ngā Wikipedia o tēnā reo, o tēnā reo, engari, tā ētahi kē he whakatikatika i ngā wāhanga, he hihira i te pai o ngā hoto ki waho, ki ngā paetukutuku kē o te ipurangi, me ērā momo mahi atu anō.

Ngā tono tohu karetao

Ka whakaaetia tētahi karetao e te hapori o te Wikipedia, kātahi ka whakawhiwhia he tohu karetao ki taua kaimahi, kia ngaro ai āna mahi i te rārangi o ngā huringa hou. Kei Wikipedia:Karetao/Tono tohu karetao aua tono ngā kaiwhakahaere matua e whakahaere ai. Kei te hapori te mana whakakore i ngā tohu karetao; mā te kaiwhakahaere matua e whakatau.


English: Bots

Robots, so-called bots, are scripts that are run on Wikipedia to perform routine maintenance. Most robots add or update interwiki links (links to parallel articles in other languages), but they can also do other work like moving or removing categories, checking the validity of external links, and so on.

Requests for bot status

Bot status, which makes a robot invisible in the Recent changes list, may be switched on by a bureaucrat after the robot has been approved by the local Wikipedia. Bot operators may seek approval and bot status on the bot status request page. Bot status may be revoked if there is consensus to do so on the talk page, or should a Bot become inactive or problematic.

Ngā Karetao kua whakaaetia (Approved bots)

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