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“Blog” link on offline page links to wrong blog

The Meta Stack Overflow maintenance page reads:

Meta Stack Overflow is currently offline for maintenance

Routine maintenance usually takes less than an hour. If this turns into an extended outage, we will post details on the blog.

Why is Server Fault's blog linked? It seems like that would be an odd place to post extended outage messages about Meta Stack Overflow. (If anything, I would have expected the Stack Overflow/Stack Exchange blog to be linked instead.) Is this intentional?

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marked as duplicate by Adam Lear Dec 1 '11 at 2:34

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Related:… – Rick Sladkey Nov 30 '11 at 20:28
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This is intentional, our sysadmins post to the Server Fault blog (server maintenance/upkeep/etc is in scope more-so on Server Fault is about), so it's where they'll post any extended outage info.

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