Software engineer at Internet Archive. I do other stuff too.
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I would like to note that https://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C5%9Eablon:Kaynak does include those parameters, which is why the bot thought of using them. We have however updated the template maps to remove those fields (except in the template where it is being used). We recommend updating the TemplateData on that template to remove those parameters.
May 24 2022
I advise printing the slides to PDF and uploading the PDF.
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There is no feasible solution to this problem. Our caches are built in such a way that we assume that, so long as we are aware of an archive link, we assume that archive link will always exist (this is generally how the Internet Archive operates). And, indeed, even when an archive is hidden from public view, the archive still technically exists. To feasibly solve this problem at scale we would need to regularly seek updates on the visibility status of each archive, since it can change according to policy as highlighted above. Even if we had a hot cache of known "invisible" archives, this would create an additional operational strain: the bot would have to go through and remove the archives that are no longer visible, and then re-add those archives if a subsequent policy decision re-enables their access.
The instagram domain was improperly marked as "permalive" and this has been fixed. The listed YouTube URL returns a 200 status code for dead videos, which to the bot means the link is alive.
The domain (and its several variants) have been marked as subscription sites and we deleted the archive links to this URL.
@Ivi104 , can you provide us a list of correctly spelled month names, as well as the incorrectly spelled month names the bot uses?
bot added |url-status=live and yeah, there is something there, but it ain't what was intended which, one suspects, is why the original url was converted to an archive.org snapshot with this edit
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For future reference, it is adequate to disable the bot by going to https://iabot.toolforge.org/index.php?page=runpages (make sure Hungarian Wikipedia is selected from the dropdown).
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Mar 28 2022
I received the same error running the tool on a different Wikipedia article, so the specific article being run doesn't seem to affect reproduction of the bug.
Bug reproduction successful. (Note that these steps may not successfully reproduce the bug in the future.)
The original URL is not a valid URL so the bot is unable to interpret it.