2 replaced http://cooking.stackexchange.com/ with https://cooking.stackexchange.com/
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With the growth in the number of StackExchange sites the merits of a unified login system are growing as well.

Eventually, logging into StackOverflow will cause you to be logged into, say, CookingCooking too. All of this is conditioned on you already having an account on both sites.

We've already taken steps in this direction by unifying logins between parent and child-meta sites.

With the growth in the number of StackExchange sites the merits of a unified login system are growing as well.

Eventually, logging into StackOverflow will cause you to be logged into, say, Cooking too. All of this is conditioned on you already having an account on both sites.

We've already taken steps in this direction by unifying logins between parent and child-meta sites.

With the growth in the number of StackExchange sites the merits of a unified login system are growing as well.

Eventually, logging into StackOverflow will cause you to be logged into, say, Cooking too. All of this is conditioned on you already having an account on both sites.

We've already taken steps in this direction by unifying logins between parent and child-meta sites.

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With the growth in the number of StackExchange sites the merits of a unified login system are growing as well.

Eventually, logging into StackOverflow will cause you to be logged into, say, Cooking too. All of this is conditioned on you already having an account on both sites.

We've already taken steps in this direction by unifying logins between parent and child-meta sites.