Last modified: 2011-03-13 17:46:07 UTC
Please include in the robots.txt the following lines, so that Hungarian Wikipedia's deletion discussions are not indexed:
Disallow: /wiki/Wikipédia:Törlésre javasolt lapok
Disallow: /wiki/Wikipédia:Törlésre javasolt lapok/
What about these two lines? It would be a very big help, as there were many complains about the top position of these deletion requests in Google.
This is probably a WONTFIX. Use the new __NOINDEX__ magic word inside a template used on all those pages to achieve the desired behavior.
Why a wiki workaround with templates and magic words better that inserting two, t-w-o lines of code to robots.txt? I think the second version is 1) use less resources (not as many as turning off for example the thumbnail gererator, but less), 2) not need of continuous inserting of templates.
I don't think there are plans to freeze robots.txt and require communities to use __NOINDEX__. However, this kind of request gets done very slowly. You would just have to add __NOINDEX__ to [[hu:Sablon:Törlés teteje]] to make almost all of them noindexed right away (assuming that's used consistently).
You can create a custom robots.txt by editing the page Mediawiki:robots.txt on your wiki.
Changing all WONTFIX high priority bugs to lowest priority (no mail should be generated since I turned it off for this.)