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It seems that my profile no longer shows other accounts that I have in Stack Exchange:

0 Accounts

You have no other accounts on the Stack Exchange network

I haven't checked all my accounts, but it's happening at least in Stack Overflow, Meta and Board and Card Games. This morning, I could see my other accounts just fine. It's a bit of a bother because I use those links to change between my accounts.

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Same here...... – razlebe Jun 16 '12 at 19:18
The API is down at the moment, the information should reappear once it's back up. – Tim Stone Jun 16 '12 at 19:22
Related, the earlier (resolved at the time) Numbers wrong on All Sites tab (and the deleted Looking at my profile and no accounts listed). – Arjan Jun 16 '12 at 19:36
I don't get it, every time this happens someone files a bug. It says "Profile information is temporarily unavailable" -- which part of that screams "unexpected bug"? – Michael Mrozek Jun 17 '12 at 1:28
@Michael, I am to blame for that part about seeing that message. When I edited, there were no hits for "0 Accounts", so I added that. And I could not post an answer about clicking the header (not too obvious, I'd say) as this question was still closed at the time. I've moved that part into the answer now. Hope this will stay around for future reference... – Arjan Jun 17 '12 at 6:20
up vote 3 down vote accepted

It was a temporary bug.

Clicking the "0 Accounts" header would get one:

Profile information is temporarily unavailable
Account information is temporarily unavailable

My profile appeared just like it, and now its fine.

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