Below are a list of the links from http://data.stackexchange.com that currently have spaces in them:
In order to get these to display unescaped, without an unsightly (i.m.o.)
%20 (or similar) in them, it seems the only option is to use the
: structure (Like in Search comments, from other commentors; on question/answers you authored, or have commented on), which I feel creates unnecessary overhead for more people than a change to the URLs that SE control, that could be made:
- Swapping the spaces out for
- Using the SE sub-site's sub-domain name instead (i.e.,
- Removing the spaces, like
http://data.stackexchange.com/theoreticalcomputerscience/queriesand all but one :s of the meta http://data.stackexchange.com sections
What does the community think?
Also, some sub thoughts:
- Perhaps having the metas indented under their respective sites. They might be easier to find, if nothing else.
- Not sure why http://data.stackexchange.com/mathematica%20meta/queries has a space, while other metas don't
- Not sure why http://data.stackexchange.com/christianity%20stack%20exchange/queries or http://data.stackexchange.com/christianity%20meta%20stack%20exchange/queries has Stack Exchange suffixed to it