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I'm talking about the main site: stackexchange.com, not any of the specific sites. How is this site doing? Are people using it?

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I never use it. I only ever use the user toplists and the subsites. – Johannes Schaub - litb Dec 17 '10 at 12:37
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So far so good -- traffic is steadily up. But you should use stackexchange.com, because it'll let you...

And of course it is a searchable site directory with stats and place to see the most interesting questions across the entire network.

It's good stuff.

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"See leaderboards per site and track your position on them" - The best part. – jjnguy Dec 17 '10 at 15:51
    
Well, this isn't for me, for now at least. I'm getting enough value out of browsing the individual sites, I don't find the need for a central place except area51. – ripper234 Dec 17 '10 at 22:23

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