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A: Suggestion to mass-replace links to http://math.uga.edu/~pete

SlateThanks for raising this one to our attention. We've now executed the requested change. As with all link replacements, we do expect a bit of routine cleanup work, so be on the lookout for any cases that look odd. It looks like y'all have a set of cleanup action items here that will need handling, ...

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A: Can (and should) Project Euclid links be replaced in bulk?

SlateThere's a minor bug in the tool we use to run these replacements that causes the tool to break for this particular format of link. Unfortunately, this means we won't be able to handle this particular request at this time. We've looked at the work required to fix the bug, and it's quite possible i...

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A: Updated: Is it time to replace links to the UCDavis arXiv frontend?

SlateThanks for raising this one to our attention. We've now executed the requested changes on Math Overflow. However, it looks like, given the work y'all put in, this change set is relatively issue-free, which is pretty fantastic. Still, as with all link replacements, we do expect a bit of routine cl...

 
4:49 PM
About http://math.uga.edu/~pete - it seems that they were cleaned up on MathOverflow, but not on Mathematics.
Haven't you actually done this only on MathOverflow? I've seen such edits on that site (for example this one) - but I do not see any recent edits by Community user on Mathematics. (This is a bit different from arXiv frontend - in that case I explicitly suggested that it's better to do it on MO only.) — Martin Sleziak 35 mins ago
@MartinSleziak Y'know, looks like it was only done on MO. I'll follow up. — Slate ♦ 23 mins ago
 
 
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7:08 PM
@MartinSleziak Should be good now. Let me know if you encounter further issues. — Slate ♦ 9 mins ago
 
 
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8:35 PM
The link to eom.springer.de is broken, but the article can be found at encyclopediaofmath.org/wiki/Residue_form. The link to the paper at projecteuclid.org is also broken, and unfortunately I'm not able to find any snapshot saved on the Wayback Machine, either. — The Amplitwist 8 mins ago
@TheAmplitwist This Project Euclid link is a short link of the form prims/***. It seems to be broken in a similar way to the JSL links, in that the journal seems to be no longer available at Project Euclid. A networkwide search shows that this is the only such projecteuclid link to a paper in this journal, though.
 

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