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comment How to approach redirecting thirty domains?
It's called typosquatting, and apparently it does sometimes pay off, or at least gives the impression of doing so, since people keep doing it.
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comment Case-specific mod rewrite on WordPress subdomain multisite
But I do agree with you on a general level: rewrite maps are neat and efficient, and I wish they'd work in .htaccess context too. I just think they're probably overkill for the OP's needs (and, anyway, they said they need a solution that works in an .htaccess file).
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comment Case-specific mod rewrite on WordPress subdomain multisite
Well, having lots of categories does give you a long line (I wish there was a way to wrap RewriteRules over multiple lines), but it doesn't otherwise make it any more complex or hard to maintain. It's just a pipe-delimited list of words; that's not fundamentally any less maintainable than a newline-delimited list in a map file. (Besides, since this is supposed to be for legacy URLs, there should be no need for maintenance anyway: you write it once, test it, add a comment saying what it does and never touch it again.)
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the admin group in MediaWiki is named "sysop", not "sysops"
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comment Case-specific mod rewrite on WordPress subdomain multisite
This won't work in an .htaccess file, which the OP says they're using.