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On the comments tab of the activity page on the network profile of the Community User, all comments are dated 14 May. They're all on Meta and of the nature of We detected an invalid link in your post, please correct it. (this message will be automatically removed when the link is fixed). Why? Was there some experimenting going on?

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That's probably the day the link checking script ran... They do normally experiment with new features on Meta (they were building a broken links review queue I believe) - probably the comments didn't get cleaned up. – animuson Dec 18 '12 at 20:49
See: Does Stack Exchange crawl websites? – Tim Stone Dec 18 '12 at 23:16

We are all lab unicorns. They do eX-peRI-mENTs on all of us, all of the time...

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