Below the Math SE meta question Imgur's "old, unused, and inactive content"
Imgur plans to change its Terms of Service on May 15, 2023. Part of this will be the removal of "old, unused, and inactive content".
Many of the images on Stack Exchange have imgur links. What will happen to those?
a comment says:
We have 1,970 generic imgur images subject to this (i.e. which don't don't use SE's corporate stack interface stack.imgur.com).
Astronomy SE has 26 posts with generic
i.imgur.com links, many are excellent, well received answers.
Question: We've got at least 26 generic i.imgur.com image links that might break on May 15, 2023; should/could they be updated to i.stack.imgur.com? Is there a way to update or convert these without necessarily bumping all to the active queue (not that that would be a bad thing necessarily)