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Mathoverflow is an SE 1.0 site. It has been a great success, and will therefore at some point be ported to SE 2.0 and be included in the Stack Exchange family that is listed on http://stackexchange.com/sites. Yet some work needs to be done - like integration of LaTex in SE 2.0 for certain sites, or better, adding a site specific plug-in system, and replacing all the meta questions back to a compatible site, as it seems.

There are other SE 1.0 sites out there that aren't listed, like answers.onstartup.com - quite successful - and god.stackexchange.com - needs resurrection, which is done in multiple proposals on Area 51 like this one.

So it is only a matter of time for the site to be ported and included.

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note that there already are SE 2.0 sites that have working LaTeX integration, math and stats. – balpha Sep 4 '10 at 17:28
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"will therefore at some point be ported to SE 2.0" I'm not sure this is a certainty - there are a few issues that have yet to be worked out. – Kyle Cronin Sep 4 '10 at 19:40
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yes it's unclear when/if mathoverflow will ever go to SE 2.0 -- you can check their meta site to see what the latest news is. I honestly don't even know. – Jeff Atwood Sep 4 '10 at 20:43
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"god.stackexchange.com - needs resurrection" :) – Benjol Dec 13 '10 at 10:14

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