Be fair. The age of a domain registration has no correlation with the number of links that 200 or 404. This is in line with my complaints about IRC. If the code was meant to survive it should have gone on PM, which I see you have done. This raises a side-issue not mentioned. You broke the law by posting it. Since there is no license associated with the code itís © all rights reserved; in the US at least. I understand this is a silly and irrelevant distinction but itís worth noting that only the author has the legal right to publish the code until it has a CC or OSI or similar license and the author chose to not publish it on PM.
I didnít vote to reap it, by the way, and wouldnít. I vote to keep things, like misspellings in titles, against the general tide because PM isnít a reference work and I think premature normalization is a mistake.