I get why there is a check to avoid links to jsFiddle without code. I agree with the check. But recently I wanted to quote a user on the github page for jsFiddle, which included a link to
http://jsfiddle.net/draft. This isn't a link to a jsfiddle piece of code, it's just a link to the homepage.
I fixed it now by adding a space after the h in http, which seems kind of dorky. All I want to do, is to quote the user correctly. You can see the question on StackOverflow.
So I would propose allowing links to jsfiddle pages that have no code in them (not sure how many there are though).
Just throwing an idea out, I'm interested in what opinions there are.