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If you continue trying to add web links like these I'll treat that as massive disruptive behaviour. --Achim (talk) 11:09, 3 April 2019 (UTC)

Achim, by the links what do you mean a Cross-site scripted link or any spam link. I mean am I allowed to add Cross-site scripted link (not talking 'bout the server side XSS they were all Non-persistent ) to my sub-pages, which are not malwares just for fun (all links that I added were malware free, but yes you can call them spam ) ? EATCHA (talk) 12:59, 3 April 2019 (UTC)
Yes, I was aware of that being a joke. But I think others are not amused if IRC or mail client windows are opening nonstop until the system says "error, can't open any more instances" or similar. Best, --Achim (talk) 13:27, 3 April 2019 (UTC)
Thanks for removing the link from your subpage. Btw: Shortened web URLs like bit.do, bit.ly, goo.gl, flic.kr, youtu.be etc are not allowed here on Commons, that had been the reason I stumbled upon your links. Regards, --Achim (talk) 08:42, 4 April 2019 (UTC)
No problem I understand it's your job as an Admin to insure that commons remains spam free. And you are right that no one will be amused with what I was doing. Thanks for your service as an Admin 😊 -- EATCHA (talk) 09:29, 4 April 2019 (UTC)

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Code issues in User:Eatcha/common.jsEdit

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  1. You edited User:Eatcha/common.js. Glad to see you coding in javascript! Have you ever considered becoming a MediaWiki hacker?
  2. Though, that change appears to introduce 1 new jshint issue — the page's status is now having warnings. Note that invalid or ambiguous code often has unwanted side effects like breaking other tools for you. If you cannot find out how to fix it, I suggest blanking the page for now.
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  1. ISSUE: line 15 character 15: 'i' is already defined. - Evidence: for(var i = 0; i < rightJS.Tags.length; i++){

Your CommonsMaintenanceBot (talk) at 10:05, 5 April 2019 (UTC).


Code issues in User:Eatcha/common.cssEdit

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  1. You edited User:Eatcha/common.css. Glad to see you coding in css! Have you ever considered becoming a MediaWiki hacker?
  2. Though, that change appears to introduce 4 new prettyCss issues — the page's status is now having warnings. Note that invalid or ambiguous code often has unwanted side effects like breaking other tools for you. If you cannot find out how to fix it, I suggest blanking the page for now.
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  1. WARNING: suggest-relative-unit:px: line 33 char number 11 - Evidence: 20px
  2. WARNING: suggest-relative-unit:px: line 43 char number 16 - Evidence: 100px
  3. WARNING: suggest-relative-unit:px: line 57 char number 12 - Evidence: 20px
  4. WARNING: suggest-relative-unit:px: line 58 char number 11 - Evidence: 1px
  5. WARNING: suggest-relative-unit:px: line 66 char number 14 - Evidence: 28px

Your CommonsMaintenanceBot (talk) at 10:28, 5 April 2019 (UTC).


Code issues in User:Eatcha/common.jsEdit

Hi Eatcha, I am a bored bot (this is kind of a computer program) that is watching the recent changes and tapping buttons like I did now.

Curious about the reason? Possibly not but I will tell you anyway:

  1. You edited User:Eatcha/common.js. Glad to see you coding in javascript! Have you ever considered becoming a MediaWiki hacker?
  2. Though, that change appears to introduce 3 new jshint issues — the page's status is now having warnings. Note that invalid or ambiguous code often has unwanted side effects like breaking other tools for you. If you cannot find out how to fix it, I suggest blanking the page for now.
  3. To help you understanding where the issues are, I have aggregated a report here and now. If you have questions, don't hesitate to ask users experienced in javascript writing for help. But do not ask the bot's operators (chronically overwrought) unless you suspect an error of mine. If you prefer not getting spammed by me, you can opt-out reports by adding {{ValidationOptOut|type=all}} to your user page. Good luck at Wikimedia Commons and happy hacking!
  1. ISSUE: line 15 character 15: 'i' is already defined. - Evidence: for(var i = 0; i < rightJS.Tags.length; i++){
  2. ISSUE: line 69 character 2: Missing semicolon. - Evidence: }
  3. ISSUE: line 74 character 2: Missing semicolon. - Evidence: }
  4. ISSUE: line 81 character 2: Missing semicolon. - Evidence: }

Your CommonsMaintenanceBot (talk) at 10:30, 5 April 2019 (UTC).


Code issues in User:Eatcha/common.jsEdit

Hi Eatcha, I am a bored bot (this is kind of a computer program) that is watching the recent changes and tapping buttons like I did now.

Curious about the reason? Possibly not but I will tell you anyway:

  1. You edited User:Eatcha/common.js. Glad to see you coding in javascript! Have you ever considered becoming a MediaWiki hacker?
  2. Though, that change appears to introduce 9 new jshint issues — the page's status is now having ERRORS. Note that invalid or ambiguous code often has unwanted side effects like breaking other tools for you. If you cannot find out how to fix it, I suggest blanking the page for now.
  3. To help you understanding where the issues are, I have aggregated a report here and now. If you have questions, don't hesitate to ask users experienced in javascript writing for help. But do not ask the bot's operators (chronically overwrought) unless you suspect an error of mine. If you prefer not getting spammed by me, you can opt-out reports by adding {{ValidationOptOut|type=all}} to your user page. Good luck at Wikimedia Commons and happy hacking!
  1. ISSUE: line 15 character 15: 'i' is already defined. - Evidence: for(var i = 0; i < rightJS.Tags.length; i++){
  2. ISSUE: line 60 character 1: Expected an identifier and instead saw '<'. - Evidence: <script>
  3. ISSUE: line 60 character 2: Missing semicolon. - Evidence: <script>
  4. ISSUE: line 62 character 125: Expected ')' and instead saw 'signature'. - Evidence: alert("WELCOME TO EATCHA's TALK PAGE. Please Sign your edits with [[User:Eatcha|EATCHA]] ([[User talk:Eatcha|<span class="signature-talk">{{int:Talkpagelinktext}}</span>]]) 10:39, 5 April 2019 (UTC) and if I wrote on your talk page then I will reply there. Thanks ");
  5. ISSUE: line 62 character 139: Missing semicolon. - Evidence: alert("WELCOME TO EATCHA's TALK PAGE. Please Sign your edits with [[User:Eatcha|EATCHA]] ([[User talk:Eatcha|<span class="signature-talk">{{int:Talkpagelinktext}}</span>]]) 10:39, 5 April 2019 (UTC) and if I wrote on your talk page then I will reply there. Thanks ");
  6. ISSUE: line 62 character 268: Missing semicolon. - Evidence: alert("WELCOME TO EATCHA's TALK PAGE. Please Sign your edits with [[User:Eatcha|EATCHA]] ([[User talk:Eatcha|<span class="signature-talk">{{int:Talkpagelinktext}}</span>]]) 10:39, 5 April 2019 (UTC) and if I wrote on your talk page then I will reply there. Thanks ");
  7. ISSUE: line 62 character 268: Expected an identifier and instead saw ')'. - Evidence: alert("WELCOME TO EATCHA's TALK PAGE. Please Sign your edits with [[User:Eatcha|EATCHA]] ([[User talk:Eatcha|<span class="signature-talk">{{int:Talkpagelinktext}}</span>]]) 10:39, 5 April 2019 (UTC) and if I wrote on your talk page then I will reply there. Thanks ");
  8. ISSUE: line 64 character 2: Unclosed regular expression. - Evidence: </script>
  9. ISSUE: line 64 character 2: Unrecoverable syntax error. (100% scanned). - Evidence: undefined

Your CommonsMaintenanceBot (talk) at 10:39, 5 April 2019 (UTC).


Code issues in User:Eatcha/common.jsEdit

Hi Eatcha, I am a bored bot (this is kind of a computer program) that is watching the recent changes and tapping buttons like I did now.

Curious about the reason? Possibly not but I will tell you anyway:

  1. You edited User:Eatcha/common.js. Glad to see you coding in javascript! Have you ever considered becoming a MediaWiki hacker?
  2. Though, that change appears to introduce 1 new esprima issue — the page's status is now having ERRORS. Note that invalid or ambiguous code often has unwanted side effects like breaking other tools for you. If you cannot find out how to fix it, I suggest blanking the page for now.
  3. To help you understanding where the issues are, I have aggregated a report here and now. If you have questions, don't hesitate to ask users experienced in javascript writing for help. But do not ask the bot's operators (chronically overwrought) unless you suspect an error of mine. If you prefer not getting spammed by me, you can opt-out reports by adding {{ValidationOptOut|type=all}} to your user page. Good luck at Wikimedia Commons and happy hacking!
  1. ERROR: Cannot parse line 60 column 1: Unexpected token <

Your CommonsMaintenanceBot (talk) at 10:39, 5 April 2019 (UTC).


Code issues in User:Eatcha/common.jsEdit

Hi Eatcha, I am a bored bot (this is kind of a computer program) that is watching the recent changes and tapping buttons like I did now.

Curious about the reason? Possibly not but I will tell you anyway:

  1. You edited User:Eatcha/common.js. Glad to see you coding in javascript! Have you ever considered becoming a MediaWiki hacker?
  2. Though, that change appears to introduce 2 new jshint issues — the page's status is now having ERRORS. Note that invalid or ambiguous code often has unwanted side effects like breaking other tools for you. If you cannot find out how to fix it, I suggest blanking the page for now.
  3. To help you understanding where the issues are, I have aggregated a report here and now. If you have questions, don't hesitate to ask users experienced in javascript writing for help. But do not ask the bot's operators (chronically overwrought) unless you suspect an error of mine. If you prefer not getting spammed by me, you can opt-out reports by adding {{ValidationOptOut|type=all}} to your user page. Good luck at Wikimedia Commons and happy hacking!
  1. ISSUE: line 15 character 15: 'i' is already defined. - Evidence: for(var i = 0; i < rightJS.Tags.length; i++){
  2. ISSUE: line 57 character 5: Missing semicolon. - Evidence: body onload="test()"
  3. ISSUE: line 57 character 21: Missing semicolon. - Evidence: body onload="test()"

Your CommonsMaintenanceBot (talk) at 10:48, 5 April 2019 (UTC).


Code issues in User:Eatcha/common.jsEdit

Hi Eatcha, I am a bored bot (this is kind of a computer program) that is watching the recent changes and tapping buttons like I did now.

Curious about the reason? Possibly not but I will tell you anyway:

  1. You edited User:Eatcha/common.js. Glad to see you coding in javascript! Have you ever considered becoming a MediaWiki hacker?
  2. Though, that change appears to introduce 1 new esprima issue — the page's status is now having ERRORS. Note that invalid or ambiguous code often has unwanted side effects like breaking other tools for you. If you cannot find out how to fix it, I suggest blanking the page for now.
  3. To help you understanding where the issues are, I have aggregated a report here and now. If you have questions, don't hesitate to ask users experienced in javascript writing for help. But do not ask the bot's operators (chronically overwrought) unless you suspect an error of mine. If you prefer not getting spammed by me, you can opt-out reports by adding {{ValidationOptOut|type=all}} to your user page. Good luck at Wikimedia Commons and happy hacking!
  1. ERROR: Cannot parse line 57 column 6: Unexpected identifier

Your CommonsMaintenanceBot (talk) at 10:48, 5 April 2019 (UTC).


Code issues in User:Eatcha/common.jsEdit

Hi Eatcha, I am a bored bot (this is kind of a computer program) that is watching the recent changes and tapping buttons like I did now.

Curious about the reason? Possibly not but I will tell you anyway:

  1. You edited User:Eatcha/common.js. Glad to see you coding in javascript! Have you ever considered becoming a MediaWiki hacker?
  2. Though, that change appears to introduce 2 new jshint issues — the page's status is now having ERRORS. Note that invalid or ambiguous code often has unwanted side effects like breaking other tools for you. If you cannot find out how to fix it, I suggest blanking the page for now.
  3. To help you understanding where the issues are, I have aggregated a report here and now. If you have questions, don't hesitate to ask users experienced in javascript writing for help. But do not ask the bot's operators (chronically overwrought) unless you suspect an error of mine. If you prefer not getting spammed by me, you can opt-out reports by adding {{ValidationOptOut|type=all}} to your user page. Good luck at Wikimedia Commons and happy hacking!
  1. ISSUE: line 15 character 15: 'i' is already defined. - Evidence: for(var i = 0; i < rightJS.Tags.length; i++){
  2. ISSUE: line 58 character 19: Expected an identifier and instead saw ')'. - Evidence: you_function(...);
  3. ISSUE: line 58 character 19: Expected an identifier and instead saw ')'. - Evidence: you_function(...);
  4. ISSUE: line 58 character 20: Expected ')' and instead saw ';'. - Evidence: you_function(...);
  5. ISSUE: line 58 character 21: Missing semicolon. - Evidence: you_function(...);

Your CommonsMaintenanceBot (talk) at 10:49, 5 April 2019 (UTC).


Code issues in User:Eatcha/common.jsEdit

Hi Eatcha, I am a bored bot (this is kind of a computer program) that is watching the recent changes and tapping buttons like I did now.

Curious about the reason? Possibly not but I will tell you anyway:

  1. You edited User:Eatcha/common.js. Glad to see you coding in javascript! Have you ever considered becoming a MediaWiki hacker?
  2. Though, that change appears to introduce 12 new jshint issues — the page's status is now having warnings. Note that invalid or ambiguous code often has unwanted side effects like breaking other tools for you. If you cannot find out how to fix it, I suggest blanking the page for now.
  3. To help you understanding where the issues are, I have aggregated a report here and now. If you have questions, don't hesitate to ask users experienced in javascript writing for help. But do not ask the bot's operators (chronically overwrought) unless you suspect an error of mine. If you prefer not getting spammed by me, you can opt-out reports by adding {{ValidationOptOut|type=all}} to your user page. Good luck at Wikimedia Commons and happy hacking!
  1. ISSUE: line 15 character 15: 'i' is already defined. - Evidence: for(var i = 0; i < rightJS.Tags.length; i++){
  2. ISSUE: line 63 character 31: A leading decimal point can be confused with a dot: '.75'. - Evidence: var particle_start_speed = .75; // start with this random speed
  3. ISSUE: line 64 character 31: A leading decimal point can be confused with a dot: '.1'. - Evidence: var particle_wobble_speed = .1; // change speed in random
  4. ISSUE: line 65 character 32: A leading decimal point can be confused with a dot: '.98'. - Evidence: var particle_alpha_factor = .98; // fade out factor for every frame
  5. ISSUE: line 80 character 4: Missing semicolon. - Evidence: }
  6. ISSUE: line 87 character 24: A leading decimal point can be confused with a dot: '.8'. - Evidence: this.vel.x *= -.8;
  7. ISSUE: line 92 character 24: A leading decimal point can be confused with a dot: '.8'. - Evidence: this.vel.y *= -.8;
  8. ISSUE: line 98 character 4: Missing semicolon. - Evidence: }
  9. ISSUE: line 103 character 4: Missing semicolon. - Evidence: }
  10. ISSUE: line 119 character 52: Use '===' to compare with '0'. - Evidence: if (mouseDown || frameCount%spawn_every_nth_frame==0 ) {
  11. ISSUE: line 129 character 13: 'x' is already defined. - Evidence: for(var x = movers.length -1; x >= 0; x--) {
  12. ISSUE: line 132 character 25: A leading decimal point can be confused with a dot: '.001'. - Evidence: if (mov.alpha < .001) {
  13. ISSUE: line 141 character 40: A leading decimal point can be confused with a dot: '.25'. - Evidence: mov.applyForce(createVector(0,.25));

Your CommonsMaintenanceBot (talk) at 10:58, 5 April 2019 (UTC).

Quality Image PromotionEdit

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Quality Image PromotionEdit

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