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- What is the Wikimedia Toolserver?
- The Wikimedia Toolserver is a collaborative platform providing Unix hosting for various software tools written by and used for Wikimedia editors. The service is operated by Wikimedia Deutschland e.V. with assistance from the Wikimedia Foundation.
- How can I become a user on the Toolserver?
- Interested people may request access to the server by following the instructions at Account approval process.
- What servers are used to collaborate the Toolserver and its operations? What software does each server run?
- See servers for a complete list of hardware and software used by the Toolserver.
- What bots on the Toolserver are active participants of Wikimedia wikis?
- Please see the (incomplete) list of bots at List of Wikimedia bots.
- What do all of the bots idling in #wikimedia-toolserver do?
- See the list of the bots and their main purposes at IRC bots.
- Where can I view all of the Toolserver users and how can I contact them?
- The list of current Toolserver account users can be viewed here, and you can contact them by e-mailing <username>@toolserver.org or by leaving a message on their local wiki.
- Where can I view all of the available tools and their functionalities?
- Sorry, but you can't.
- How can I search the Toolserver for a particular tool?