This list is only for the English Wikiquote, approval is not always needed on other projects. If you want to be registered to use this software, post on the WQ:AN. Any admin can add any user to the list of enabled users. Before using this software, please ensure you are familiar with Wikiquote policies/guidelines, particularly the bot policy and the very simple rules of use:
- Check every edit before you save it.
- Don't edit too fast; consider opening a bot account if you are regularly making more than a few edits a minute.
- Don't do anything controversial with it.
- Avoid making insignificant minor edits such as only:
- Adding or removing some white space
- Moving a stub tag or category name
- Abide by all Wikiquote guidelines, policies and common practices.
Repeated abuse of these rules will result, without warning, in the software being disabled.
For security reasons, users who have a history of vandalism or being blocked for similar reasons will likely not be accepted to use the software. The software may also be disabled if the user is blocked for vandalism or disruption.
Also, to reduce bureaucracy, you will not necessarily be notified when/if you are added to the list of enabled users. (Instead, keep this page on your watchlist; when you see your name has been added, you should find you are able to use AutoWikiBrowser.)
This tool is designed for experienced users to quickly perform specific repetitive tedious tasks. If you don't have a specific need for this then please do not request access for its use. Thank you. (If you're looking for a specific use, typo fixing is always a good place to start.)
Accounts listed under the bots heading have AutoWikiBrowser's automatic mode enabled. Not all bots utilize automatic mode; those that do not are not listed under bots.
Once you have read this guide, if you would still like to to request approval to use AutoWikiBrowser, post at Wikiquote:Administrators' noticeboard.
Please do not change the format of this list. AutoWikiBrowser looks for bullet-pointed lists, and thus it must be formatted as * <username>.
- Brion VIBBER
- Daniel Mayer