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  • (I'd link him if I only knew how to do it without putting a long ugly href :)
    Use a HTML style link, with <a href="long URL">short text</a> . It works even when inputting in "plain text" mode. The proposed <URL:long URL> scheme is pretty dumb, as you can't change the displayed text.
    • Being used to Perl Monks, I thought that there could be some "writeup formatting tips" beyond the Allowed HTML at the end of the page. But after a long journey in slashdot [] I saw that there are way less "frills" in slash, and I suddenly realised that it's obvious, given that this is an "external world stories" platform.

      I only wonder if I've completely dreamed about some help pages here in use.perl!