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This might be a dumb question, but is there any query you can run (or an already existing 'special page I can access) that would show broken links? (not red links, though it's fine if you have to weed through those). I've been two two pages where references are fully out of date. I'm guessing it's not really possible as often there are re-direct pages to "this page cannot be found" which would mean ironically that the reference link is going *somewhere* just not where we want it to go.
I'm hoping that made sense... it's way too early for me to be up, but if you can't sleep - you wiki!
There's a bot that does that. You should ask Blue, she does the botting these days.
Are you talking about internal links to redirect pages? Double redirects? I'm a little confused.
Oh, I understand. Yeah, a bot can do that. The best way to do it would be to have the bot add a template like (broken link) next to a broken external link, which would link to and add the page to a category called "Pages with broken external links."