Photobucket has gone bad, so I've a number of old posts across the network which have broken images as I made them prior to the imgur deal.
The internal search doesn't work - "user:me photobucket" has 0 results - so the best I've been able to do so far is a google search "site:meta.stackexchange.com adam davis photobucket" which does produce some results, but I'm not sure it catches all of them.
I want to fix them, but I don't have the time right now, and when I do have time I don't want to re-educate myself on the data explorer, so:
Is there a simple search I can perform on the data explorer, or is there a better way, to figure out which of my posts still need correction?
I recognize that due to licensing issues Stack Exchange probably can't just slurp the images over from one service to the other or automate it for us, and I suspect that it's not a big issue since it was so long ago, and people are fixing relevant posts as they run into them, so putting much effort into automating it probably isn't warranted, but a method to discover my own would be nice.
yes this is a plzsndmetehcodez question, downvote accordingly...