At the moment, `wm-bot` responds to [[ https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/IRC/Stalkwords | stalkwords ]].
`!ops` is used in an attempt to summon channel operators, and isn't usually intended to interact with `wm-bot`, so its help message is an unexpected outcome, and might exacerbate a problem by adding to the noise of a disruptive user.
We should consider adding an exception to `!ops` and other related words, such as `!admin` and `!steward`, or perhaps moving the 404 response behind a command to make an accidental trigger less likely (e.g. `!help ops`).
Example, taken from a Wikimedia channel recently:
12:34:56 < AzureDiamond> !ops
12:34:57 < wm-bot> There is no such key, you probably want to try: !anonnotice, !oversight, !svnprops, !opsschool, !ternary,
12:35:02 < AzureDiamond> !op
12:35:03 < wm-bot> There is no such key, you probably want to try: !@, !anonnotice, !bestcase, !bureaucracy, !cms, !cookies, !copyhelp, !copying, !copyinghelp, !copytemplates, !credit,
!developer, !developers, !devsecurity, !documentation, !draft, !emailconfirmed, !errors, !events, !externaleditor, !f5, !filesize, !gsocapp, !HAL, !help, !highlight,