These should be either excluded from the results or included with a linked_content property pointing to the linked document.
|Open||None||T169242 Develop Page Content Service for Reading Clients|
|Open||None||T177425 Develop General Layer of PCS|
|Resolved||Jhernandez||T177426 Develop structured JSON APIs for general consumption|
|Resolved||Mholloway||T177430 Develop a Media JSON API|
|Declined||None||T182329 Media: handle items that link to documents other than a File page|
Examining the href makes sense.
The only cases of this that I've found so far end up being things that are already being filtered out by our filtering for size and mime type. For instance, on the Barack Obama article, there are two that we'd otherwise catch with the href checking: an icon linking to Wikisource and an icon linking to Wikidata.
Is this the kind of thing the check was meant to catch, or are there better examples somewhere?