User talk:Cuatro Remos
An archive of past discussions (until February 2012) here.
Nomination for de-sysopEdit
WN:RFP#Diego Grez (talk · contribs) — remove admin. --Pi zero (talk) 14:34, 9 September 2012 (UTC)
Retrait du groupe bot pour Diego Grez Bot / Bot flag removal for Diego Grez BotEdit
Bonjour Diego Grez,
J’ai constaté que ton bot Diego Grez Bot n’a pas fait de modification sur FR:Wikipédia depuis de nombreux mois et j'ai proposé de le retirer de ce groupe. Si tu souhaites commenter cette décision, merci de te rendre ici. Sans réponse de ta part le flag devrait être retiré dans un mois. Merci pour les contributions de ton bot à la Wikipédia en français.
Hi Diego Grez,
I noted that your bot Diego Grez Bot hasn’t altered FR:Wikipédia for months and I have suggested to remove it’s bot flag. I you whish to comment on that proposal, please go there to do so (you can write in English). By default the flag should be removed in a month. Thank you for your bot's contribution to the French Wikipédia.
I've been less careful than I should have about the ethics of the flood bit. The flood bit should never be used when doing something potentially controversial — anything that anyone might possibly resent having not seen in RC. (See m:Flood flag#Room for abuse?.) Since you don't have the ability to toggle the flag for yourself, and you're —demonstratedly— holding the bit for longer than you're willing to forgo potentially controversial edits, one of your accounts needs to not have flood, so that when you want to do something that shouldn't be hidden from RC, you can. Since the point of avoiding controversial flood edits is that pseudo-bots get less oversight, it makes sense to me that this account, which claims to need more oversight, is the one to de-flood. So, guessing that's probably the way to go, I'm doing that. Let me (or somebody) know if some other arrangement will work better for you. (I'm going to be around less and less this week.) --Pi zero (talk) 17:38, 9 August 2010 (UTC)