Hi, I would like to get back the bot status. At this point I will start with running Cyrillic/Latin case checker bot that will fix any link or page title that has characters identical in both (like A,B,C,E,H,K,M,O,...). I wrote this bot over five years ago.
Why would you want to trust me? I wrote MediaWiki API, improved many bots (as part of pywikibot framework) including interwiki bot, have over 3 million bot edits across all languages.
Also, please create a page ВП:КЛ or similar. All changes by the bot will have this link in the comments to explain the change to the user. Expand below to the example text.
Thanks! --Yurik (әңгәмә) 06:06, 14 декабрь 2012 (UTC)
Example explanation page
This page needs to be translated, and can be moved to any place you like, as long as there is a redirect to it. English text does not need to be here.
A casechecker bot verifies that all articles and links use one type of letters in each word - either Cyrillic or Latin characters. Whenever it finds an article with the mix, and the letters look identical (such as 'C', 'O', 'P', and many other), it renames the article, or changes the link, even if it does not exist (red link).
The bot puts '''<nowiki>[[ВП:КЛ]] in the comments, followed by the changes made.
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