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2:37 PM
Some broken links:
url:"www.math.uga.edu" - www.math.uga.edu should be replaced by math.uga.edu (Mostly corrected on Mathematics - there were a few cases where correct link was impossible to find.
url:"mysite.verizon.net" - it should be changed to www.nhindman.us. No occurrences on Mathematics.)
They also appear in comments. uga - Mathoverflow/Mathematics
On Mathematics they have been cleaned up by Daniel Fischer.
myverizon has only one hit on MO and one hit on MSE: Mathoverflow/Mathemat‌​ics
10 hits on MO and 3 hits on MSE for the French site: Mathoverflow/Mathematics‌​
 
3:35 PM
There are also a few links to this website: iecl.univ-lorraine.fr/~Philippe.Chassaing - originally iecn.u-nancy.fr/~chassain (now dead).
 
 
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5:45 PM
That question was deleted "for reasons of moderation". For questions about the moderation of this site, you may email the moderation team at moderators@mathoverflow.net . See this page meta.mathoverflow.net/questions/833/…j.c. yesterday
@j.c. That message does not mean that it was deleted by moderators. I do not think that contacting mods via email in connection with deleted questions is really good idea. — Martin Sleziak 8 hours ago
@MartinSleziak Thanks for that information. However, I do not see why users should not feel free to contact moderators by email with any questions about the workings of the site (provided they are not spamming, etc.). There may be some instances where posting questions or comments is less likely to achieve a good outcome. — j.c. 23 mins ago
Is the above comment really a reasonable advice?
I know that there is an email account for the moderators team, but to suggest to ask there for exceptional situations, not for "any questions about the workings of the site" - this description seems to me more like a description of what should be asked on meta (per-site or main).
However, this is probably for moderators to say.
 

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