On user pages (and maybe som other namespaces as well) it should be possible to
use a magic word, something like NOGOOGLE, in order to make the google robot
not indexing that page. For instance, I have on my user page a set of subpages,
sand boxes where I play and test or make drafts to what later could be real
wikipedia articles. So I don't want google to index these pages. They now appear
early in google's search result.
On a html-page, the solution to this is to add the line
<meta name="robots" content="noindex,nofollow">
Could someone implement something like NOGOOGLE to be used by users who
don't want their user pages indexed?