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For some reason, your bot's pages still need patrolling. I'd recommend getting the bot flag, or assigning your bot the confirmed right while you wait for the flag. George Edward C – Talk – Contributions 19:45, 2 January 2015 (UTC)
- @Ahoerstemeier: Can you give me an example so I can check the code? Mjbmr (talk) 01:47, 12 March 2015 (UTC)
- The one easily to fix by code: It did merge items which were listed on Wikidata:Do not merge. But many other merges were wrong as well, which only a human could see, e.g. GR 20 (Q14209685) with GR 20 (Q262374), or the adding of the Wikivoyage link Surat Thani (Q240463) just because someone made a stupid redirect for what I now made a separate item here (Haad Son (Q19561156)). The same label or a redirect are an indication that the articles are on the same topic, but in many cases this is outright wrong. I reverted maybe 80% of the merges your bot did last night, only about 20% were valid. Ahoerstemeier (talk) 09:23, 12 March 2015 (UTC)