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Where can I find a list of all the Stack Exchange sites?

I need to ask a question about cars (where my total knowledge is about zero) but I can't find a cars Stack Exchange site - tried guessing all the obvious (and pun based) names.

I assume the list of a dozen or so at the bottom of this page is only a subset? There must be a site on a topic as geeky as cars!

A list of future/beta sites would also be useful - I found a few on topics I'm interested in only after they had been up for a while.

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There is a list at stackexchange.com/sites, which includes beta sites.

For future sites, you'd have to go to Area51.

For a more consumable format, there's also an RSS feed.

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Great thanks - that should be a link in the list at the bottom of this page. – Martin Beckett May 30 '11 at 16:05
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@Martin, if you click the StackExchange logo in the top left, you can select the All Sites tab as well. Which would hopefully be more noticeable than a link buried in the footer. – Brandon May 30 '11 at 16:05
    
thanks I use the inbox feature all the time but hadn't spotted the cunningly disguised pale grey text on a pale grey background "all sites" tab! – Martin Beckett May 30 '11 at 16:19

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