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Small note, when the websites are put into read-only mode (for migration purposes), the bottom of the site reads:

This site is no longer accepting new answers.

Which isn't entirely true. I'm guessing that the read-only part was designed for SE sites that have been shut down for good, but a new user who's just stopping by during the migration might get the wrong idea.

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True, it does seem a bit contradictory to the system message. Site is read only while we migrate it to a new datacenter. See the blog for details. – Rebecca Chernoff Oct 24 '10 at 1:26
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I changed it to

This site is currently not accepting new answers.

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