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The Wiki-bot can be used to verify the identity and link a discord user to a wiki user.
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The Wiki-bot can be used to '''verify''' the identity and link a discord user to a wiki user.
   
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==

Latest revision as of 18:27, 11 October 2021

The Wiki-bot can be used to verify the identity and link a discord user to a wiki user.

Overview[]

The person with Manage Server permission is able to set up to 10 (25) verifications, against which users will be matched. Users can then use the !wiki verify command to verify themselves. The Wiki-Bot will then assign specific roles to the user for every verification they matched. Users that are blocked on the wiki won't be able to verify themselves.

Criteria[]

There are a number of restrictions/settings that can be applied to a verification. Here is a list of them:

  • The channel, in which !wiki verify can be used.
  • The role that's assigned upon matching the verification
  • The user group to be a member of on the wiki to match the verification entry.
  • The minimal edit count on the wiki that's required to match the verification entry.
  • The required account age in days to match the verification entry.
  • Whether the Discord users nickname should be set to their wiki username when they match the verification entry.

Notices[]

Success notice[]

This notice is added to a successful verification.

Example
Thanks for your work on the wiki, you can now check out the #editors channel.

Missing requirements notice[]

This notice is added when the Discord user matches the wiki user, but they don't fulfill any requirements for roles.

Example
You need at least 50 edits for the @Editor role.

Functions and Variables[]

The custom notices support some simple functions and variables.

  • $editcount – The current edit count of the user.
  • $accountage – The current account age of the user in full days.
  • $postcount – The current discussions post count of the user (only Fandom wikis).
  • {{#expr: 1+1}} – Returns the result of an expression.
    • Supports only addition + and subtraction -.
  • {{#ifexpr: 1 > 1 | if true | if false }} – Returns text depending on the result of an expression.
    • Supports <, >, =, <=, >=, !=, <> as well as and, or.

How to Verify[]

For Fandom and Gamepedia wikis, put your Discord Username and Discord Tag (For example, Wiki-Bot#2998) in Fandom/Gamepedia profile. See also Fandom help and Gamepedia help documents to see detailed procedure.

For other wikis, put your Discord Username and Discord Tag in Discord user sub page (in the form of Special:MyPage/Discord, for example User:MarkusRost/Discord).

Help Commands[]

  • !wiki verification
    • I will change the wiki verifications used by the !wiki verify command.
  • !wiki verification add <role>
    • I will add a new wiki verification. Accepts a | separated list.
  • !wiki verification <id> channel <new channel>
    • I will change the channel for the wiki verification. Accepts a | separated list.
  • !wiki verification <id> role <new role>
    • I will change the role for the wiki verification. Accepts a | separated list.
  • !wiki verification <id> editcount <new edit count>
    • I will change the minimal edit count for the wiki verification.
  • !wiki verification <id> usergroup <new user group>
    • I will change the user group for the wiki verification. Accepts a | separated list.
      • Provide AND as the first list entry to make all provided user groups required.
  • !wiki verification <id> accountage <new account age>
    • I will change the minimal account age (in days) for the wiki verification.
  • !wiki verification <id> rename
    • I will change if the user's Discord nickname should be changed to their wiki username for the wiki verification.
  • !wiki verification <id> delete
    • I will delete the wiki verification.