Please don't post links to the mobile versions of the websites (unless there is a really good reason to do so)

Often I stumble upon the so-called mobile links both in the comments and in the answers, e.g. URLs that lead to a mobile version of the website and often seen as https://m.<website_name>.<domain>. 95% of them lead to Wikipedia (https://en.m.wikipedia.org) which is to me unusable in that form on the desktop. Some tools are hidden, font and images are bloated, large margins and tables not fitting page width don't make me happier either. Every time I need to go to the address bar and get rid of m. part in order to productively use the web page.

On the other hand, virtually any mobile browser would automatically switch to the mobile version (if there is one) when the "classic" URL is clicked. Also, even on smartphones mobile version is not always the best viewing option as most modern smartphones have screen resolutions higher that the 5-years-old desktops (that's also the case for the gadgets I use in my workflow: Moto G has 1920×1080 screen, whereas my old Thinkpad's screen resolution is 1366×768).

• @ChrisH I'm sorry, but I'm still not convinced. Posting mobile links benefits only one person – the one who posts it "as is" by saving a few seconds by not editing – and makes lives of everybody else harder. The m. part consists of only two symbols and it's practically always in the beginning of the address so that it's perfectly visible even on the old mid-2000s Symbian smartphones and can be edited out with ease. The question is not really about excuses for the "normies" doing what they find the easiest, but doing the right thing with long run benefits. – andselisk Jan 16 '19 at 10:03