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3:39 AM
There is a paper on arXiv with the URL https://arxiv.org/abs/math/0601655 arxiv.org/abs/math/0601655
Jae-Hyun Yang: Harmonic Analysis on Homogeneous Spaces
> This article is an expository paper. We first survey developments over the past three decades in the theory of harmonic analysis on reductive symmetric spaces. Next we deal with the particular homogeneous space of non-reductive type, the so called Siegel-Jacobi space that is important arithmetically and geometrically. We present some new results on the Siegel-Jacobi space.
At least the abstract seems similar to the description in the answer. ("One application is in harmonic analysis on homogeneous spaces...")
 
 
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7:19 AM
Oh, thanks @Martin! I think I did not put in the /math part of the URL, so I got no hits. My bad.
 
 
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11:10 AM
BTW should the other link in the same post be changed from http://www-math.mit.edu/~dav/integration.ps to https://math.mit.edu/~dav/integration.ps?
At first I was confused why after clicking on the link nothing happens - then I realized that this is again consequence of the changes in Google Chrome. (If there is a link to a file which is http rather https, it won't open. I do not remember, whether this is always the case, or only if the original page is https - but all pages in the Stack Exchange networks are https.)
In fact, it seems that there is a pdf-link too: https://math.mit.edu/~dav/integration.pdf math.mit.edu/~dav/integration.pdf. I'd guess that pdf is accessible to more users than ps.
The text is called "Invariant measures on homogeneous spaces". The file doesn't contain the author - but the website belongs to David Vogan.
In any case, I thought that I'd leave actual edit to you.
Using "the following lecture note" and "the following review article" is not much better than "this paper" in the case of the link-rot. Maybe you planned to use your "trick" with the bibliographic data in the tooltip? (So that the edit doesn't break the flow of the text.)
 
 
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2:48 PM
@Martin Can you please invite quid from math.se to this chatroom? Else if you'd prefer it happen in a different chatroom, I can create a separate chatroom. But I am hoping you can notify quid, say, in "whatever quid"?
 
3:12 PM
@amWhy I have responded in the room you've suggested.
 
@Martin Thanks, @Martin.
 
quid seems to be less active on SE now. Their chat profile says that the last message was 7 days ago - but it must have been in some private room - I do not see anything among their recent messages since May.
 
@Martin TL most likely
 
@ShadowWizardSaysNoMoreWar Teacher's Lounge is on which chatserver? Is it on chat.stackexchange.com or chat.meta.stackexchange.com. (I thought it was the latter.)
Of course it doesn't matter that much. (I was looking at quid's profile on chat.stackexchange.com.)
 
@Martin I've noticed that; just wanted to reach out with no expectations.
 
3:24 PM
D'oh! Obviously it has to be on chat.stackexchange.com - otherwise only the mods from Meta Stack Exchange would have access.
I should think a bit before I ask things....
 
@Martin oops you're right it's here. Well, so likely private room on se.com domain itself.
 
Oh, so things are prob ably more complex than I thought - it is on chat.meta.stackexchange.com, but the mods from any site have acceess there.
 
@Martin hmm I think that's TL, not sure now.
oh.
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A: A letter to SE Inc. - please protect our moderators

Shog9A few notes: You're exactly right: it isn't fair to expect hundreds of people from a dizzying variety of backgrounds and cultures, wielding an even larger variety of languages, interests and beliefs, to get along with one another 100% of the time. Chat is notorious for triggering the worst in ...

> The global moderator chatroom will live here, on chat.meta.stackexchange.com. It will still be private, accessible only to folks who moderate somewhere on the network or are employees... But most of the people with access will have no special privileges.
So it used to be on se.com and moved here to meta domain not so long ago.
And the mods simply get manual access by staff.
(it's not automatic)
 
I see.
 
 
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6:56 PM
@Slate Just to clarify - this change will be on MathOverflow only, right? AFAICT, nobody checked whether some of the posts on other sites contain the links before April 2007 - where simple replacement doesn't work. Moreover, number of posts on other sites seems to be small. (From search I got 277 results networkwide and 262 results on MO.) — Martin Sleziak Jun 19 at 11:51
@TheAmplitwist Looks like all the remaining links to front.math.ucdavis.edu (i.e. not just on MO, but networkwide) have been taken care of to the extent possible.
 
7:36 PM
in Boulevard of Broken Links on The Stack Exchange Network Chat, 8 hours ago, by Martin Sleziak
This post contains http://Sieve%20of%20Eratosthenes. Do you think https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sieve_of_Eratosthenes was intended? Or something else?
@TheAmplitwist @Martin I would think so, yes. Even otherwise, replacing the broken link with the Wikipedia page would be an improvement, so I think you can go ahead with that choice.
 
 
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11:15 PM
@Martin I noticed that when you replaced the link to the Wikipedia page, you missed the h in https. Here's the link to that revision: math.stackexchange.com/revisions/3205187/4. Just wanted to let you know. (You might also notice that the link does not display over the text "Sieve of Eratosthenes" in the published post for this reason.)
 

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