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Now that it appears that the official parent FAQ has been migrated from SO to MetaSO, shouldn't the link to the FAQ at the end of the main FAQ page link to it instead of the stub remaining on SO?

Even though many of the subcomponents of the official FAQ still link back to SO for the time being, the newest versions of the subcomponents that have been migrated are only linked from the MetaSO parent FAQ, not the stub on SO.

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Please reopen, the accepted answer isn't valid anymore (link does not sort by votes) – CharlesB Dec 22 '11 at 16:18
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All sites now link to

so make it count!

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the link is currently, so you don't get them sorted by votes. This should be fixed as most voted faq post is the list of faq posts – CharlesB Oct 21 '11 at 4:33

Probably should finish migrating the linked FAQs first... 20 users... or 1 moderator... could do it in a day if properly motivated.

Who wants to chip in on tasty insects for Bill?

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I was going to just append meta in front of all of the urls, until i realized that all of the question numbers didn't match. 'Edit fail' – jjnguy Jul 28 '09 at 17:33
Ahhh, I failed to notice only a few were migrated. I guess the handful I checked just happened to be the ones that were moved already. However, the since the "parent" FAQ has been moved, the link to it from the main page could still be pointed to MetaSO even if subcomponents of the FAQ are still on SO. – gnostradamus Jul 28 '09 at 17:38
@gnovice: yeah, probably - might encourage new questions to be posted here as well i guess. @jjnguy: lol... would be nice if they did keep the same numbers, but probably not feasible. – Shog9 Jul 28 '09 at 17:43

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