I'm looking at a list of over 30 account names that were created automatically in and around the same span of time, including your bot. Have you anything to do with this and if so can you explain why? See here. -- Kerowren (talk · contribs) 16:28, 6 June 2008 (UTC)
I have relatively nothing to do with it. I will try to explain on 27 may SUL became active for all the users on wikipedia. SUL stands for Single Unified Login that means that if you have unified your account you don't need to login any more at the moment you switch for one project to another. If you come at a project/wikipedia you have been before or have not an account an account is created automaticly. So that is why some many accounts are created automaticly after that date.
A lot of bot users were warned before so that is why they where the first to use this option.
So the only thing I needed to do is switch to ig.wikipedia.org while logged in as CarsracBot on another wikipedia project. CarsracBot 11:31, 7 June 2008 (UTC)
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