I'm not taking a side, just commenting on certain policy practices.
"post farming" would just fall under general vandalism. Making a blanket rule about that throws out a lot of babies with the bathwater. Not everything needs to be explicitly enshrined in policy. If new people have to read a long list of rules before participating, you don't create a very welcoming environment.
Also, post farming is an incredible futile action. You don't actually earn anything with it. Just a number.
This is a known issue with custom achievements.
The internet is under Google's boot. We're just licking it.
That you can't.
The problem with categories is pagination, which is treated by Google as a duplicate page, and duplicate pages get punished in the site's ranking. This is also a problem with regular, Classic category, but since that lists 200 pages in one tab pagination isn't as pressing an issue. 16 per tab is. Suddenly, a category with 100 members is treated as one page plus 5 duplicates, instead of one page. Site wide, that caused a significant dent in SEO which was why Dynamic Categories was developed as a replacement, specifically to counter this issue. That's also why Dynamic is the default for logged out users (which includes Google).
Don't rage if you don't know what you're talking about.
There's this script, which lets you create macros, but simple bots can't add those.
You wouldn't see them all. You'd only see 16 at a time, which was one of the main problems with Category Exhibitions.
As the new Message Walls do not run on MediaWiki, the old tool no longer worked. There's no replacement yet.
It was retired for the new Unified Community Platform, because it had a negative effect on SEO.
The welcome tool is currently not available.
UCP has a number more Tracking Categories. You can see them here, with a brief explanation of what they do:
Not all of them are errors, per se, just warnings. If you can't get rid of it them, you can always just create the category and make it a hidden category.
Their accounts are not (necessarily) blocked. They're just not logged into one, either because they don't have one, have overlooked that they're logged out, want to pretend to be someone else, or are blocked.
You're going to need to give more context. You can look elsewhere for what VPNs are, but what do you want to know about use of them on Fandom?
Nope. Use MassRename instead.
It's advised you install that script on your bot account, not your regular admin account, because it will wreck Recent Changes.
If one script is broken, all scripts underneath it won't load, so you really need to clean it up.
Also, for UCP wikis, the user globals are handled at ucp.fandom.com for now.
Live chats are no longer available, but you can set up a Discord.
Ah, it was apparently part of yesterday's release. Polls don't show up properly yet.
Since when is this?!
I've been complaining about this since the beginning and now I'm just upset I have to change my work flow which relied on dev scripts.