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--BPWelcomeBot 20:35, 5 January 2011 (PST)
I think the best way would be to note that the link is fixed (or tested OK) on the article's talk page, but remove the category once that's done. That way the category only contains pages that need links fixed, but there is a documented history if we have problem links that test bad but actually work, or flaky servers that should be ignored on future checks. Linkbot timestamps its talk page entries, so that will create a trail, and there shouldn't be a major issue with confusion as to when links were tested.
--Gwsuperfan 13:58, 8 January 2011 (PST)
Mark, the form for creating a factoid is at Form:Factoid in case you need to use it.
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