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Forgive me if this is documented somewhere and I'm being blind, but how does linking between a discussion and a proposal work exactly?

The system seems to add

Proposal: Link to proposal

style links. Is this the only style that works for a linking? What are the rules here?

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Ah, fair enough. According to what I see, any link to a proposal will do to link it.

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Yup, nice example here by the way :) – Benjol Feb 4 '11 at 13:44

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