Alright. I was wondering about the necessity of the names being linked, though, since they'd just be redirects to "Galactus" anyways. I also couldn't find anything on the Cosmic Egg, aside from a seemingly unrelated instance of the phrase on the Cosmic Cube page.
I'm not sure about the latter, but off the top of my head and without revealing spoilers, there's at least two characters from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. that have been called the former thus necessitating a disambiguation rather than a redirect.
Would a comic that features no Asgardians aside from, say, Odin, count as an appearance for the Asgardian race? Or would it have to feature generic/unnamed/one-off Asgardians for it to count?
Same question with mutants, Inhumans, and so-on.
EDIT: I ask because of Loki. He's not really a Frost Giant, yet he's sometimes (more like rarely) counted as a Frost Giant appearance. That seems a bit odd to me. If someone's looking for Frost Giant appearances, I'd imagine they'd be looking for the giant blue men, not 1000+ instances of Loki appearing
The appearance of any character of any given race was the policy as intended; however, as a general rule species should be listed in chronological order of appearance in their own subsection and not hidden within the code as they were in those Young Avengers issues.
Loki is indeed a Frost Giant and thus should always be counted as such. (The reason it may seem "rarely" at present is because the Races and Species implementation is a relatively new introduction, so there's over seventy years of issues that don't yet have that subsection added, and only a handful of years-worth of publication that do.)
That's a mention of the character, not of the race, though sometimes it winds up being both if they had called him "the Ice Giant Ymir" for example while mentioning his name, but I've amended that article to note it did not include the specific mention of that species.
Also, every subsection should be listed in the chronological order in which they actually appear, so I rearranged them a bit as seen here to show you how that should be so that you can hopefully emulate that in the future.
Anyway, keep up the good work and feel free to ask any questions about something that might yet be unclear.