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Somewhere I noticed reference to facebook.stackoverflow.com. I checked and found this announcement.

I want to know if there are other sub-sites also, if they exist, how to find them?

I would be more interested in .NET specific sites. (Tags does that, but dotnet.stackoverflow.com sounds better).

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No, there aren't any others. It was a failed experiment. – Oded Jan 9 '13 at 13:05
    
@Oded in what sense did it fail? – djechlin Jun 11 '13 at 18:38
    
@djechlin - The idea was that it would become the go-to place for facebook programming questions. That has not happened, and in fact, we end up getting end-user support questions instead. – Oded Jun 11 '13 at 18:39
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http://facebook.stackoverflow.com/ is the only "filtered view" sub-site in the Stack Exchange network. The only other sub-sites are the per-site Metas, but they have a separate pool of questions from the main site they serve.

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