Hi! See what happened here? You added 2 ext links which seem to be different projects between themselves and also different from the entry you added them to. When you usually add links, do you check where they point to or do you just trust the package name, however generic it may be? This question is not here to annoy you but to find out whether we should check all the links you've posted. Mviinama (talk) 03:33, 22 May 2020 (EDT)
Bendikker (talk) 02:15, 13 December 2020 (EST) At that time it quickly solved many broken links (also providing more info). Also thought it might help solve name collisions. Could also be an alternative if the original disappeared or be added to the Directory if not exists.
Added links by me, most. (Some changed, standardised, some existed).
Crediting Alejandroindependiente who coincidentally also just started before me to solve many broken links (and more) (worked on Golden Oldies).
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