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Is there a single page that has a list of Stack Exchange websites, including what type of questions should go to each one and rules for acceptable questions? I have many questions that I want to direct to the correct site to ensure the quality of Stack Exchange.

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Thank you Bart for the edits. – Devyn Collier Johnson May 13 '13 at 15:32
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There's this - http://stackexchange.com/sites#traffic

But no, there's not one site over which you can just browse your way through all the abouts and faqs. And for a given question how many sites can you possibly have it down between? Really shouldn't be more than 2 or 3, I doubt you need to read fantasy or travel SE's FAQ to know whether to post your programming question there.

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That is an awesome link. Thank you. StackExchange will not allow me to mark your answer as "the answer" until seven minutes have past. I will do it in seven minutes. Thank you. – Devyn Collier Johnson May 13 '13 at 14:28

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