Bot scan requests (0) • Completed requests

Are you an admin of an English wiki looking to improve their wiki's grammar and spelling? If so, you're in the right place! Here, you can request to have your wiki scanned with the AutoWikiBrowser bot. It'll fix general errors, like typos, misspelled words, grammar errors, punctuation errors, and wikitext errors. The scan will include all pages in the main namespace. Best of all, the edits will be done by a bot account, meaning they will not appear on Recent changes or Wiki Activity.

Guidelines for requestors

  • The requestor must be an admin or a content moderator on the wiki
  • The wiki must have at least 100 content pages
  • A wiki can be scanned only once per 30 days
  • We assume that you're asking for American English spell-checking. (We can help with British English correction, but you must reach out to CzechOut for further information.)
To submit your request, enter your wiki's name below and click the button. Then simply provide a link to your wiki and a link to your profile on the target wiki. (Please do not sign your request, because we're looking for a quick link to verify your admin status on the target wiki.)
List last cleared at: 00:32, June 16, 2020 (UTC)

Pending requests

CreatedTopic Requested by Last Edited

  • Requests are generally fulfilled in a business week — though we strive to be significantly faster than that.
  • Because of the difference in the size of wikis, we reserve the right to answer requests out of the order they're received, in order to serve more wikis, faster.
  • Because completion speed is a direct function of the number of articles on a wiki, it may be that very large wikis will take longer than a week to fully scan.

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