http -> https has caused issues with a specific challenge

Take a look at this challenge: Print This Question ↓

It asks to print the exact contents of the question. Cool, right? There's even a comment by ETH saying "Let this be a reminder not to edit this post. Ever. Or we're all screwed."

However, Community edited the http link in there to become https. This is necessary for the https transition; however, it makes it look like all of the answers are invalidated (see below). Should this be kept this way or rolled back?

Note that the challenge's specifications point to a specific revision, which means that the answers appear invalid but if you look carefully are actually good according to the original specs.

Also note that none of the answers have been active for less than half a year and...

wait Mr. Xcoder just rolled back the Community edits.

So as a general question, should the https revisions be kept (invalidating some answers) or rolled back (potentially causing link rot) for really old challenges?

• Note that the same type of thing invalidated bots in Helka Homba's Red vs Blue – Stephen Aug 10 '17 at 23:08
• In addition to invalidating current answers, it also means any new answers will be effectively performing a new, slightly different task. Perhaps the original text should be added as a code block? – trichoplax Aug 10 '17 at 23:10
• @trichoplax it's already in a pastebin link in the original, so it's not too much of a problem. – Stephen Aug 10 '17 at 23:10
• Ah I see - that link goes to the source of the specific revision, not the source of the latest version. That's very handy. – trichoplax Aug 10 '17 at 23:13

• ...made by Community is, in this case, an edit you would reject... Community is hurting the community. fire-community ;) – totallyhuman Aug 12 '17 at 2:06