http://physicsoverflow.com/ is a SE-1.0 zombie where one or two questions are asked each month and completely ignored since no one is there anymore... Why does this site still exist despite the announced shutdown of bad SE-1.0 sites and the existence of physics.SE?
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closed as too localized by John, animuson♦, jonsca, Toon Krijthe, Martijn Pieters Nov 28 '12 at 7:04
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Those sites that were active during the original change were given until April 13th of this year before their sites were turned off. Those that were inactive were given less time. Presumably this site was active enough at the time the decision was made to be given the longer period of time, but facing the prospect of having the rug pulled out from under them, they may have chosen to stop promoting the site, and the activity has died.
It will go away in a few months.