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Unlike the other per-site metas, Meta Web Apps wasn't included in the October data dump.

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It isn't listed in the post, so I'm guessing it's intentional. – Gelatin Oct 10 '10 at 18:09
@Simon, Fair point. – Rebecca Chernoff Oct 10 '10 at 18:13
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All per site metas will be included with their respective parent site.

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The admins have stated that sites will only be added to the data dump when they're big enough to contribute meaningfully. Web Apps was just added last go-round, and today it has 2301 questions. Meta Web Apps only has 182 questions. Even if they are planning to include it, it's not big enough yet.

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Maybe, but Meta Web Apps isn't its own site though. It is tied to Web Apps. MSF has 219 questions and MSU has 445. They aren't exactly big either. – Rebecca Chernoff Oct 18 '10 at 18:55
@rchern, perhaps the cutoff is 200? I don't know. I actually searched for the "we'll add sites once they're big enough" source after posting this answer and couldn't find it. – Pops Oct 18 '10 at 19:43
I feel like I've seen it previously, but I'm not sure it should apply to per-site metas. – Rebecca Chernoff Oct 18 '10 at 19:59

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