On the meta question What does everyone mean by "insufficient research effort"?, in the third note below the question, user Chris White says
Explicit mobile links (e.g. en.m.wikipedia.org) are a scourge on the internet and should be fixed.
Later, in the comments, user Emilio Pisanty says
Good point on explicit mobile links. 7.6k of them! In the tens of percent of all Wikipedia links, too. Is that something we should fix? That's a pretty sizable project there, something like fifteen Copy Editor badges.
So, my question is, should I go through the linked list and edit them so the links aren't explicit? It seems like it would be a good thing to do, but I want to make sure.
I assume if it was to be done it would be done only a couple question/answers at a time, so as to not mess with the "active" question list.
.wikipediain the URL that is responsible for that. $\endgroup$
en.m.wikipedia, and Chris' mention of "e.g.
en.m.wikipedia.com"). There's nothing wrong with naked links (although they always seem to me a bit lazy), they lead to the same target, after all. $\endgroup$