The "Disambiguation" feature is supposed to read out a list of disambiguating pages based on Memory Alpha:Links to disambiguating pages -- which an archivist has moved and nominated for deletion. I moved the article back, since deleting that redirect would cause the software at the Special:Maintenance feature to register a dead link -- and I don't know how to change the link that is coded into the wiki on a special page, so i think keeping the article where it belongs is a good idea.
However, the Special:Maintenance, when queried about disambiguations, only reads out hundreds of links to Memory Alpha:Votes for deletion.
Hidden vandalism? (from User talk:Captainmike) Edit
Hey, Mike. I was looking at the recent changes page, and noticed that a few pages were reverted due to vandalism -- yet the vandalism itself didn't appear on the recent changes. How is this possible? --From Andoria with Love 02:59, 7 Dec 2005 (UTC)
- Not sure -- i noticed this as well. Is the person doing it through a hidden username, like a bot? -- Captain Mike K. Barteltalk
- Just checked -- i clicked "show bots" and sure enough, all of the IP 82... vandal edits were masked because Special:Recentchanges thinks that that user is a Bot.
- I didn't look at very many of the pages, but he/she/it replaces the page with "WIKIPEDIA IS COM*UNISM." I'm not sure if this helps, but I found this, explaining the escapades on Wikipedia. -Platypus Man | Talk 04:08, 7 Dec 2005 (UTC)
- If a user IP is blocked on the English MA, does that count for all the other MA's as well? --Eelco 11:54, 7 Dec 2005 (UTC)