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File pyweek/challenge/media/rules.html

 <p>During the challenge, competitors are encouraged to hang out on IRC and
 post diary entries (diaries are supplied as part of the challenge).</p>
 <p>By signing up to the challenge, you are agreeing to abide by
-the system <a class="reference" href="conditions.html">conditions of use</a>.</p>
+the system <a class="reference" href="http://media.pyweek.org/static/conditions.html">conditions of use</a>.</p>
 </div>
 <div class="section">
 <h1><a class="toc-backref" href="#id9" id="entries-are-to-be-written-from-scratch" name="entries-are-to-be-written-from-scratch">2. Entries are to be written &quot;from scratch&quot;</a></h1>

File pyweek/challenge/media/rules.rst

 By signing up to the challenge, you are agreeing to abide by
 the system `conditions of use`__.
 
-__ conditions.html
+__ http://media.pyweek.org/static/conditions.html
 
 
 2. Entries are to be written "from scratch"
 
 Any online documentation may be used. This encompasses anything that might
 be viewed in a web browser and found by Google by any of the challenge
-entrants. Mailing lists and bulletin boards count. 
+entrants. Mailing lists and bulletin boards count.
 
 If online documentation includes code snippets, that's ok, just don't
-cut-n-paste the code directly into your game. 
+cut-n-paste the code directly into your game.
 
 If the online documentation is only code (ie. it's a web CVS viewer, or
-similar) then it's not OK. 
+similar) then it's not OK.
 
 Any existing code you've written should be considered out-of-bounds for the
 duration of the challenge.