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We need to deal with these spambots, if you encounter one, and find the page was created by a spambot, please copy and paste this: "{{{deleted|it's a spambot page}}}" (Remove one { and }).  We need the admins to actually delete these pages too.  Anyone else have any suggestions on how we can clean up the mess, or flat out just prevent it from happening again?  [[User:Koolboyman|Koolboyman]] 05:55, 6 July 2007 (EDT)
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We need to deal with these spambots, if you encounter one, and find the page was created by a spambot, please copy and paste this: "<nowiki>{{deleted|it's a spambot page}}</nowiki>".  We need the admins to actually delete these pages too.  Anyone else have any suggestions on how we can clean up the mess, or flat out just prevent it from happening again?  [[User:Koolboyman|Koolboyman]] 05:55, 6 July 2007 (EDT)
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:IP bans should do it nicely. I cleaned up for today. Maybe we can have a <nowiki>{{spambotpage}}</nowiki> template? Also, remember the <<b></b>nowiki></nowiki> tags for when you want to post text surrounded by <nowiki>{{curly braces}}.</nowiki> [[User:64.5.15.136|64.5.15.136]] 01:38, 7 July 2007 (EDT)
  
 
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We need to deal with these spambots, if you encounter one, and find the page was created by a spambot, please copy and paste this: "{{deleted|it's a spambot page}}". We need the admins to actually delete these pages too. Anyone else have any suggestions on how we can clean up the mess, or flat out just prevent it from happening again? Koolboyman 05:55, 6 July 2007 (EDT)

IP bans should do it nicely. I cleaned up for today. Maybe we can have a {{spambotpage}} template? Also, remember the <nowiki></nowiki> tags for when you want to post text surrounded by {{curly braces}}. 64.5.15.136 01:38, 7 July 2007 (EDT)

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