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I've recently joined the FogBugz stack exchange using my OpenID and the account isn't appearing in my list of different accounts:

http://stackoverflow.com/users/370103?tab=accounts

Why is this?

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The FogBugz site is a Stack Exchange 1.0 site. Those sites were run independently from SOFU; they're owned by individuals, and not part of the network, so you can't associate accounts between them. Sites launched through Area 51 (Stack Exchange 2.0 sites) stay under the control of Stack Overflow Internet Services, and are all interconnected

(Wikipedia article about the difference)

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So this means if I use 'fogbugz.stackexchange.com' I cannot use my StackExchange account? I was wondering why it wasn't giving me the option for this. – Xonatron Jul 29 '13 at 15:21

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