Sorry for attacking what's obviously an improvement. Obviously the requirement for having the extra destination exists, and this does solve it. But I can't help thinking there's a cleaner solution.
Regarding the kobe:// tag: this means the article's author gets to pick which site the reader goes to. Or they include two tags, and the reader picks one. Either mechanism has its problems.
Instead, would it be possible to store the preferred site in user settings and have the server dynamically expand the cpan:// tag to point to the readers chosen site?
I've no idea whether this is possible, or how hard it would be...
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