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Bug: incorrect links in 'What topics can I ask about here?'

I've just noticed that all links in the help section What topics can I ask about here? point to programmers.stackexchange.com. Links to the main parts of the site do resolve to softwareengineering....
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Is it safe to continue using [programmers.se] as a magic link?

The point of magic links is to link to a site quickly in comments. [softwareengineering.se] is quite a mouthful. It looks like [se.se] is not a valid link to our site and it's questionable if it ever ...
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Link “title” attribute lost in HTML except when editing

Hovering the mouse pointer over a link having a title attribute should display the title, but currently this works only when you are looking at an editing preview of the post. There is something ...
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Should we improve span code links highlighting?

This is an inline span of preformatted text: Let's put a link on it: Nothing changes. Should we learn from Stack Overflow?
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Link in code is indistiguishable from plain code

On SO and pretty much any other SE site, linked code is clearly distinguishable from non-linked code: But on programmers (and meta.programmers), the two are completely undistinguishable: You have to ...
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Programmers site map

Does Programmers have a site map? I've discovered the privileges page recently, which (as far as I know) doesn't have a link like profile or answers or flair. I wonder what other pages are there?
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#vote-differences link anchor seems broken in the Meta FAQ

Mousing over the "What does voting mean here?" section of the Meta Programmers FAQ displays the correct link: https://softwareengineering.meta.stackexchange.com/faq#vote-differences. However, ...
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During comment cleanup by moderators, retain linked/related questions

The context Comments may be removed by moderators with or without prejudice. (If it was not apparent, a quick criterion of judging whether something should have been removed with prejudice is that, ...
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Is linking to a blog post of yourself to get more constructive opinions a bad practice?

Being quite new to Stack Exchange, I don't know what the general opinion is about asking a question, based on a blog post of yourself. For Stack Overflow, where only non-subjective questions are ...