Recently SQLServerPedia.com revamped their site, and in the process left a LOT of dead links. I know that I have posted many (non-link-only) answers with links to their content, and I am already in the process .
Some links that were actively listed on this site, were once deemed valuable, and are now dead include:
This content may be on the site still, in a different location; I have no idea. I tried searching for a few minutes and quickly gave up. Clicking on each link above gets you into either a dead end or a "start at the beginning" scenario.
Now, I would happily edit any such answers to indicate at the very least that the SQLServerPedia links are no longer valid, and users might have a tough time locating the content that used to exist at that location.
This Google search suggests that there are about 265 pages (and that might mean more posts and more links than 265), however that is going to be a very cumbersome process, never mind that I don't know how accurate that search really is. (As an aside, there are also 75 relevant posts highlighted on dba.SE.
So I guess my question is:
Is there a way to efficiently deal with this scenario? Most of the questions that deal with link rot talk about individual answers with dead links, not an entire site killing every single link on the network. I wonder if there is a way for the devs to find all the post ids with the URL, flag them with a custom comment and shove them in a review queue.
Barring that, I guess I (and any others who want to join) can update the content of these posts in a more cumbersome way.