Reviewing the suggested edit queue, I bumped into a question where a user replaced one of the links because the former one was broken. However, as it already was broken (and out of Google's cache), I couldn't verify if the new link is a valid replacement for the first one, so I rejected the edit.
I was looking here on meta for a policy towards broken links, and also on StackExchange meta, where I found this. However, this only talks about StackOverflow.
Is the same procedure valid on SuperUser as well? I mean:
- Is it ok trying to find a link replacement and edit the question if possible?
- Should we provide the link as a comment?