On Sunday 28 July 2002 03:00 am, The Cunctator wrote:
> What are the articles this person has been changing?
20:08 Jul 27, 2002 Computer
20:07 Jul 27, 2002 Exploit
20:07 Jul 27, 2002 AOL
20:05 Jul 27, 2002 Hacker
20:05 Jul 27, 2002 Leet
20:03 Jul 27, 2002 Root
20:02 Jul 27, 2002 Hacker
19:59 Jul 27, 2002 Hacker
19:58 Jul 27, 2002 Hacker
19:54 Jul 27, 2002 Principle of least astonishment
19:54 Jul 27, 2002 Hacker
19:52 Jul 27, 2002 Trance music
19:51 Jul 27, 2002 Trance music
20:20 Jul 27, 2002 Hacker
20:19 Jul 27, 2002 Hacker
Most of these were complete replacements with discoherent statements.
Such as "TAP IS THE ABSOLUTE DEFINITION OF THE NOUN HACKER" for Hacker.
For the specifics follow http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Special:Ipblocklist
and look at the contribs.
Red links are part of the MediaWiki architecture. They indicate that a
subject has not been covered in an article. Consequently, they are
functional and, a good thing to have.
When you link to a "disambiguation page", there is a chance that there is a
reference to the missing subject, there is however no guarantee. When you
are looking for a given subject, chances are that Wikidata does have an
item for the missing article.
Magnus Manske created a new template on the en.wp named "Redwd" . It
does do two things, it leaves the red link red and, it refers to both
Wikidata and the Reasonator. I blogged about it  and Jane used it on a
disambiguation page .
The template is relatively simple and it can easily be copied to any other
Wikipedia that is interested in this functionality. As it is the first
iteration of this functionality, I am sure that there will be people who
will provide us with improvements to what is already on offer.
I want to thank Magnus for the code and Multichill for the documentation.
PS, the disambiguation by Reasonator will show all items that fit a