Due to Herald rule H204 ("InternetArchiveBot auto-assign Cyberpower678"), all and any InternetArchiveBot tasks get assigned to the single individual @Cyberpower678.
This creates a huge (and unrealistic) backlog of tasks assigned to @Cyberpower678 (currently 73 open tasks, see https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/maniphest/query/V1o_G1nEHmTj/#R) which sometimes remain open for years.
Auto-assigning tasks to an individual is an anti-pattern. Such cookie-licking (see 1 and 2) creates wrong expectations to end users that someone will work on their task of interest.
It might also make other potentially interested developers not contribute: Others do not assign any task to themselves, as it looks like all tasks are already being worked on as all tasks already have an assignee.
I propose to remove the "auto-assign" part from Herald rule H204.