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I have a question about accounts association: When I look under the tab 'account' I can see all the sites where I have an associated account. OK. But I can see 'meta.stackoverflow' but I cannot see the other 'meta' where I have an account. Is the meta of stackoverflow in some way special ?

Am I missing something ?

Thanks !

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Check out this post on Per Site Metas from the Stack Overflow blog. The relevant quote is:

Meta Stack Overflow will serve as the “National Capital” where we process feedback not just for Stack Overflow but for the core engine itself

(Jeff's emphasis not mine).

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So it deserve a distinct account from its parent, and the others do not ? – Cedric H. Sep 13 '10 at 15:42
The answer to my question, after reading your link more carefully, is "yes". – Cedric H. Sep 13 '10 at 15:54

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