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SO, SF, SU, & Meta all launched on different days, anyone know the dates exactly?

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Summertime and the livin' is easy / Fish are jumpin' and the cotton is high – Jeff Atwood Dec 18 '09 at 10:12

Stack Overflow: September 15, 2008 for Public Beta.

Server Fault: May 26, 2009 for Public Beta.

Super User: July 14, 2009 for Semi-Private beta, August 18, 2009 for full launch

Meta: Some time between SF and SU Beta.

SO and SF had a private beta before and launched a month or so after, couldn't find the exact dates right now.

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The official ages of the trilogy sites are:

If I'm not mistaken, the "member for" field is reffering to post-beta dates. You have to add some time if you want to count the beta time.

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These are necessarily inexact, I'm hoping for "launch dates." – Kevin Montrose Dec 18 '09 at 0:55

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