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I am surprised Which wiki package does this site use? was closed.

If it isn't software-related then I don't know what it is. It isn't programming related, it isn't server related, it isn't web design or development related so what should it be?

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It's not like every question in life must belong on one of the trilogy sites? (As an aside: the one-and-only real Super User web site likes the space in its name.) – Arjan Mar 28 '10 at 13:15
    
If you're still interested in the answer repost the question on webapps.stackexchange.com – ChrisF Sep 18 '10 at 14:35

Super User recently swapped out one processor for two to better the performance of the hyper-threaded closing algorithm used on the site.

According to the SU FAQ, that particular question is off-topic as it deals purely with a website.

It doesn't belong anywhere on the current trilogy make-up of sites.

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The previous processor was overclocked for so long, I don't know how it held all that time. – Gnoupi Mar 28 '10 at 11:27

Super User is not about websites, it is about computer software. If the question had have been "How do I use this wiki on my PC?", it would probably have been closed as a duplicate, but been an entirely valid question.

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