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My answer to this question lost its connection with my ID after migrating here to superuser.com. Although I have account on superuser.com associated with account on stackoverflow.com.

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When I go to your user profile on superuser and check your related accounts tab, I can see the association has not been made. It sais:

No accounts matching this OpenID at Stack Overflow

No accounts matching this OpenID at Server Fault

No accounts matching this OpenID at Meta Stack Overflow

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Association was made on stackoverflow.com. Should it be bidirectional? Still I has associated it on superuser.com - no effect. –  jia3ep Jul 28 '09 at 8:59
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Associations should be bi-directional. e-mail team@stackoverflow if you've done all the associations and the question's still not linked. –  ChrisF Jul 28 '09 at 9:15
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