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We find on our site, over 48% are represented by facebook and 29% represented by google. We're thinking about dropping support for the under-utilised ones.

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Are you asking about stackoverflow? Or is this a question that belongs somewhere other than meta? – jzd Mar 23 '11 at 16:44
Good question. I think the answer is mostly Google, because a lot of our traffic comes from there. FYI, the StackExchange network does not have its own proprietary authentication system -- the choices are anonymous or using an OpenID, and that's it. – Jon Seigel Mar 23 '11 at 17:14

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