|> How about having [http://(www\.)?perlmonks.(org|net|com)/(.+)] be rendered the same as [href:///$2] ? The next step would then be to filter <a href=...> similarly (such are already fully parsed and so can be reliably filtered).
Practically the server side equivalent of my nodelet hack? If it's easily feasible it's IMHO the best over all idea.
You may want to consider an exception rule (like #no_redirect at the end of the URL) to allow people to hard-link domains w/o conversion.
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