When in chat, there's quite a few links flying around that are deleted, and only viewable (well, without the edit trick) by 10k+ rep users or those with access to mod tools. Since the links are shortened to just
stackoverflow.com/questions/..., would it be worth it to indicate that the question being linked to is a (sort of) dead-link to lower rep users?
For this, I simply edited the HTML of the page directly to show this. I know that the SE engine knows the status of a question/answer, so it would be a simple check and a HTML addition, but is it worth the query change?
Actually, does the chat engine even check the question or follow the link?
(To the devs: cvhelper-processed is a class added by the cv-pls userscript that checks for
[tag:cv-pls] and oneboxes links)