While googling for "Intellij GWT HTTP ERROR: 500 No realm ", I got a few SO hits with obsolete URLs:

Newest 'gwt' Questions - Page 8 - Stack Overflow
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50 answers - 11 Nov
Is there way to tell IntelliJ IDEA which output folder to use for GWT .... “HTTP ERROR: 500 No realm” running GWT's “MobileWebApp” sample ...

At the time of indexing, this question probably was on page 8, but it's not there anymore. What do you think about disallowing these kind of urls (having sort=newest for example)?

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    In general, I dislike all such results, even if the links are okay.
    – Arjan
    Dec 12, 2011 at 18:47
  • I'm guessing that these pages produce a lot of Google mojo for Stack Exchange. Agree with you, but don't think they'll fix it.
    – user102937
    Dec 12, 2011 at 20:20
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    Thanks to this question, now I see a lot more of these from that link: Unanswered 'robots' Questions - Meta Stack Exchange, Unanswered 'seo' Questions - Meta Stack Exchange, Highest Voted 'robots' Questions - Meta Stack Exchange, Newest 'gwt-hosted-mode' Questions - Stack Overflow, Newest 'gwt' Questions - Page 222 - Stack Overflow Sep 22, 2014 at 16:06
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    @AndrewT. your comment makes it even worse ;-)
    – milan
    Sep 23, 2014 at 7:17


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