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This page allows you to examine the variables generated by the Abuse Filter for an individual change, and test it against filters.

Variables generated for this change

VariableValue
Whether or not the edit is marked as minor (no longer in use) (minor_edit)
false
Name of the user account (user_name)
'2A0B:F4C2:1:0:0:0:0:1'
Whether or not a user is editing through the mobile interface (user_mobile)
false
Page ID (page_id)
4794
Page namespace (page_namespace)
1
Page title (without namespace) (page_title)
'Roman Empire'
Full page title (page_prefixedtitle)
'Talk:Roman Empire'
Action (action)
'edit'
Edit summary/reason (summary)
''
Old content model (old_content_model)
'wikitext'
New content model (new_content_model)
'wikitext'
Old page wikitext, before the edit (old_wikitext)
'The map here is outdated. I would love to look into making a new one, but I recommend waiting for Holy Fury with the new map. This map shows the maximum historical borders after Trajan's conquests. Unfortunately, this is not the map you need for the SPQR achievement (I really wish it were). You can find the requirements in roman_events.txt. A lot of it is defined by regions: completely_controls_region = world_middle_east_jerusalem completely_controls_region = world_europe_south completely_controls_region = world_europe_west_iberia completely_controls_region = world_africa_north In addition it lists France, England, Wales, Syria, and Anatolia + Armenia by duchies. Notice that you don't need the German lands up the the Germanic Limes. And you don't need Dacia. Or Babylonia (modern day Iraq). And North Africa includes those desert corridors towards Mali, and the Canary Islands, although those were never Roman'
New page wikitext, after the edit (new_wikitext)
'The map here is outdated. I would love to look into making a new one, but I recommend waiting for Holy Fury with the new map. This map shows the maximum historical borders after Trajan's conquests. Unfortunately, this is not the map you need for the SPQR achievement (I really wish it were). You can find the requirements in roman_events.txt. A lot of it is defined by regions: completely_controls_region = world_middle_east_jerusalem completely_controls_region = world_europe_south completely_controls_region = world_europe_west_iberia completely_controls_region = world_africa_north In addition it lists France, England, Wales, Syria, and Anatolia + Armenia by duchies. Notice that you don't need the German lands up the the Germanic Limes. And you don't need Dacia. Or Babylonia (modern day Iraq). And North Africa includes those desert corridors towards Mali, and the Canary Islands, although those were never Roman Here is a link of a (updated) map a reddit user made: https://i.redd.it/w0lh38ei64151.png I don't know how to edit wiki pages so I'm just gonna leave it here and hope someone sees it'
Whether or not the change was made through a Tor exit node (tor_exit_node)
false
Unix timestamp of change (timestamp)
1590524085