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I think it would be useful if meta.serverfault.com ( and meta.superuser.com) is pointing to this website. After all, there is no reason why we can't lump all the meta discussion together in a single website.

Now meta.serverfault.com works, but meta.superuser.com is still not working. SO Admin, please fix this.

EDIT not by OP, July 29, 2010:
Both URLs now work, but not in the way originally suggested in this post.

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@Nhu Soon Hui: please edit your question to remove the "status-completed" tag -- meta.superuser.com is still not working. thanks! – Ether Nov 30 '09 at 16:56
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meta.superuser.com still not working – ChrisF Mar 24 '10 at 13:46
    
Why would it be useful? – Gnome May 15 '10 at 20:56
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@The Cat - Not sure, but if it works for SF, it should be for SU too, consistency and metaphysical considerations. – Gnoupi May 21 '10 at 18:40
up vote 5 down vote accepted

Due to a recent change, the accepted — EDIT: now formerly accepted — answer is no longer correct. meta.superuser.com is now a standalone meta site just for SU, and meta.serverfault.com is now a standalone meta site just for SF.

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So, I've changed the accepted answer. – Graviton Jul 27 '10 at 2:52

For the three two users who will ever type meta.superuser.com in their browser (it certainly isn't linked that way anywhere that I know of), this now works.

Enjoy, all two of you!

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You fixed the third "highest bug" in the list, I'm sure you can take the rest of the day off, now. – Gnoupi Jun 4 '10 at 11:07
    
@Gnoupi, actually...it really wasn't a bug imo. But it is good to see that stuff is being worked on anyway. – jjnguy Jun 4 '10 at 12:19
    
@jjnguy - it wasn't, but it was in the bug list. Hence it should be fixed. Don't question the community :] Joke aside, this request probably would have died somewhere unheard, if not for these "bugs" and "reqs" lists. – Gnoupi Jun 4 '10 at 12:22
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I want the logo to say Super User too :P – Ivo Flipse Jun 4 '10 at 12:59

I've retagged this question with "bug" because it appears that http://meta.superuser.com/ is not working (http://meta.serverfault.com/ redirects properly though.)

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It should probably just be a 301 redirect.

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Or a CNAME entry pointing here. – Richard Jun 28 '09 at 22:50

Yet another problem with not having a consistent, overarching brand for the trilogy...

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If that suggestion is implementented, each "question" will have to be tagged by the site name or site-agnostic tag. It would probably better if the engine made a choice mandatory. (ie. made the asker choose at least one site tag before the question is posted )

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Well, maybe, it just gets tricky when you have to disambiguate serverfault meta questions with stackoverflow meta questions. But that said, there should be a high amount of colinearity, and tags should be able to supplement the difference.

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