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What happens when a site makes it to beta, but isn't good enough to become a real site by your requirements? Will it be removed from SE altogether? Or will it be in beta forever? I'm just wondering..

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It goes to SE heaven – juan Aug 13 '10 at 14:52
@Juan Manuel, i would hate to go to SE hell. – James Aug 13 '10 at 15:03
up vote 6 down vote accepted


from the faq:

4.Beta. Perhaps the most important phase. This is the actual, live site set up on a "probationary" basis to see if people will use it. It is very important to participate early. The earliest questions will set the tone and topic of the site for a long time. This is also the time to spread the word via Twitter, blogs, and email far and wide. If the site does not get used, it will be deleted. Each site is accessible through two URLs:

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The questions from Gadgets were redistributed to the Apple, Android and Gaming sites.

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