Thanks in advance.
Thanks. BTW, would it be possible to delete the articles where nobody is answering like:
I'll take a look at all wikis where global sysop permissions are enabled, but only in small steps, as thoroughly cleaning up can take a while and I have limited time. I'm starting with wikis without any (active) admins, as it's preferred to leave such things to local admins if there are any.
Both projects you linked have multiple active admins, so let's wait at least 1-2 weeks before considering global sysop actions there. It shouldn't be harmful to take our time with deletions considering the long time these spam articles have been present in dozens of projects.
Ok. Thanks for the explanation. I understand and agree with you.
It's the first time I get into this kind of mess and I haven't found any proper place to deal with it. I think there should be some place better suited to solve it than having to try lots of different places of the Wikimedia universe if that's the right place or the correct way to do this.
I understand your frustration. Feel free to ping me (on wikidata, meta or any other wiki) if you see no action from me on this issue during the next weeks.
Hi. Could you take a look to d:Wikidata:Project chat#More cases? Thanks in advance.
Hi @Paucabot thanks for your investigation. I don’t know when/if I got time for this, but I will try to take a look at this within the next two weeks.
By the way: It’s probably better be if you ping me on one of the projects I‘m fairly active on (dewiki, enwiki, metawiki, wikidata). Using small wikis such as this one is fine as well, but there is a higher chance I forget about it, once the crosswiki notification disappeared, while I‘m frequently checking my user talk page on those wikis mentioned.