May 8 2016
No, Amire80, this is not about i18n. It's about wiki markup parsing.
Apr 5 2016
My bad. Sorry :/
Feb 22 2016
Yes, it works! Thx :) Again, this should be documented...
Feb 21 2016
Also, the workaround doesn't work in Thai Wikipedia... We wish to block \bสุนัขไทยหลังอาน\.com, so we put \xe0\xb8\xaa\xe0\xb8\xb8\xe0\xb8\x99\xe0\xb8\xb1\xe0\xb8\x82\xe0\xb9\x84\xe0\xb8\x97\xe0\xb8\xa2\xe0\xb8\xab\xe0\xb8\xa5\xe0\xb8\xb1\xe0\xb8\x87\xe0\xb8\xad\xe0\xb8\xb2\xe0\xb8\x99\.com, but it's still not blocked...
Any update? The workaround and/or the /u should be documented too. People at meta don't even know that there's a problem with unicode characters (https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Talk:Spam_blacklist#non-ascii_are_not_blocked.3F).
Jul 14 2015
Mar 4 2015
Feb 20 2015
If I don't misremember, the problem arises when I run two scripts simultaneously. Suppose two scripts are A and B, with A performing sysop actions (without botflag) and B performing bot actions (with botflag). It seems that some settings about botflag are shared somehow, so frequently B doesn't use botflag to edit. Thus edits appear in recentchanges.
Feb 15 2015
Yes, but I will not be able to contribute to Pywikibot for a while. Feel free to take over my patches, bugs, etc.