Long time ago, the URL for this meta used to be http://meta.math.stackexchange.com - but it later changed to https://math.meta.stackexchange.com/. In 2017 it was announced that http-links will be converted to https: Network-wide HTTPS: It's time The current revision of that post says, among other things, this: "done (Child metas) Move from meta.*.stackexchange.com to *.meta.stackexchange.com."

Based on that I thought that the URLs in posts and comments linking to meta have been converted to the new format. And it seems that many replacements of this type were indeed done, as you can see from this query or this query or this query. Here are links to some random examples found from those queries: 1176, 3624, 11546, 16536, 16594, 21996.

But there are many posts where the link is still in the old format. At the moment, I get 989 posts from search and 1011 posts from SEDE. Here are a few random examples: 9687, 23090, 23230, 25041 (this one contains http://data.stackexchange.com/, too), 23128 (this one also contains http://math.stackexchange.com).

Is this an oversight and these links were missed during the conversion to https? Or are the links supposed to be in this way?

If the links should be fixed, can this be done in bulk - rather than manually?



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