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Is there any place where I can look at all the Stack Exchange sites? That is, I would like to have a list of all the sites available with Stack Exchange under the hood. If no such list exists right now, I think it would be a good idea to have one where users can configure what all they need to see in a dashboard view.

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Well, the easiest place to start is to scroll down to the bottom of the page and check out the footer. – Benjol Mar 4 '11 at 14:10
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There's the StackExchange 2.0 sites list on stackexchange.com - and also up there in the "StackExchange" dropdown at the top of the page.

There's a wiki of SE 1 sites on SE meta, although some are now running OSQA or an alternate engine I think.

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As of a few days ago, the wiki link (meta.stackexchange.com/questions/4/list-of-stackexchange-sites) no longer exists. All meta.stackexchange.com URLs redirect to the MSO main page. – Pops Mar 3 '11 at 23:18

There's also a full list of SE 2.0 sites (including those in closed beta) maintained at http://metaoverflow.appspot.com/sites

MetaOverflow also provides RSS feeds which you can use to keep informed when new sites become available.

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But that's just the 2.0 sites straight from the API. The StackExchange 1 sites e.g. mathoverflow.com are missing – Rup Mar 4 '11 at 10:20
    
I edited my answer to clarify that the list that is maintained is for SE 2.0 sites only. – Evan Mar 4 '11 at 13:59

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