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Does area51 provide a list of sites that have been launched?

Hmmm, so I really like to wander into the graduated pages to see what design they ended up with, and just to look around, however... I just realized there I can't find a list of the graduated sites!

If you search for a graduated site it will appear and say when did its beta end and they actually have a little rocket icon.. But still...

I think it would be nice to add a list of graduated sites, and maybe even information of how well they are doing.

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OK, so there's a tiny list in the footer of the page.. but I still think that a Graduates section in Area 51 would be nice. It could help to show people that anybody can come up with a great SE site, by showing how an SE site that started just like any other humble Area 51 proposal is now a vibrant site :)

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marked as duplicate by Tobias Kienzler, Shog9, Pops, Aarobot, Bill the Lizard Oct 14 '10 at 19:18

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Related: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/66853/… –  Benjol Oct 14 '10 at 5:24
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On the footer of every StackExchange page is the list of completed websites, such as SO, SU, MSO, etc.

As of this post, it links to WebApps, Gaming, Ubuntu and Pro Webmasters.

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oh, well thats a little hidden :P I'll wonder what will there are dozens of SE sites –  bangoker Oct 14 '10 at 4:08
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yes but I think that bangoker is right, it makes absolute sense for the Area51 site itself to have a 'graduates' page. (And the footer you mention isn't on the Area51 site). –  Benjol Oct 14 '10 at 5:23
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