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Does StackExchange 2.0 Share the Same CodeBase with SO?

Will the codebase for all the sites launched through area51 stay the same as the codebase for the original trilogy? Will they miss out on future releases? How will they be updated?

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marked as duplicate by waffles Jul 8 '10 at 4:58

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This is covered in the SE 2.0 announcement blog post.

Currently, the combined Stack Exchange and Stack Overflow teams are in the process of merging the two code bases to take advantage of the best features of the two systems. Sites created under the Stack Exchange 2.0 model will take advantage of the new code base, as will Stack Overflow, Server Fault, and Super User.

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