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On the accounts tab, I see "- questions" on Area 51.

Why does it not pull these values from the Area 51 discussion site?

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I'd assume because the discussion site is basically the equivalent of a site's meta. – animuson Feb 14 '12 at 17:46
    
Perhaps, and it is true that the Q and A there have no impact on your reputation. – corsiKa Feb 14 '12 at 18:34
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Those question and answer counts are just for the main Q&A sites. They do not include the back-room meta discussions.

The "discussion" of Area 51 is analogous to a type of meta discussion for Area 51, so it is not counted as part of the Q&A network.

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I guess - it just looks a little awkward to have the -'s there. And you wouldn't be able to judge a person's activity with the accounts overview. But I guess it makes sense. – corsiKa Feb 14 '12 at 22:40

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