6 replaced http://meta.stackexchange.com/ with https://meta.stackexchange.com/
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(note: I've seen the related question on area51 vs stackexchange.com/sites traffic reportingarea51 vs stackexchange.com/sites traffic reporting. This is a slightly different discrepancy).

For cstheory.stackexchange.com, the site stats listed on the home page currently list 3129 visitors/day (and this number has been relatively steady). I occasionally visit stackexchange.com/sites to look at the relative performance of the site, and there saw a listing 1.5k visits/day, which is about half the number listed on our home page. This lower number also matches area51 stats for our site.

I was wondering if the home page formula has not changed over like the s.e/sites formula has ? Because the two used to match.

(note: I've seen the related question on area51 vs stackexchange.com/sites traffic reporting. This is a slightly different discrepancy).

For cstheory.stackexchange.com, the site stats listed on the home page currently list 3129 visitors/day (and this number has been relatively steady). I occasionally visit stackexchange.com/sites to look at the relative performance of the site, and there saw a listing 1.5k visits/day, which is about half the number listed on our home page. This lower number also matches area51 stats for our site.

I was wondering if the home page formula has not changed over like the s.e/sites formula has ? Because the two used to match.

(note: I've seen the related question on area51 vs stackexchange.com/sites traffic reporting. This is a slightly different discrepancy).

For cstheory.stackexchange.com, the site stats listed on the home page currently list 3129 visitors/day (and this number has been relatively steady). I occasionally visit stackexchange.com/sites to look at the relative performance of the site, and there saw a listing 1.5k visits/day, which is about half the number listed on our home page. This lower number also matches area51 stats for our site.

I was wondering if the home page formula has not changed over like the s.e/sites formula has ? Because the two used to match.

5 Fixup of bad MSO links to MSE links migration
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4 Fixup of bad MSO links to MSE links migration
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(note: I've seen the related question on area51 vs stackexchange.com/sites traffic reporting. This is a slightly different discrepancy).

For cstheory.stackexchange.com, the site stats listed on the home page currently list 3129 visitors/day (and this number has been relatively steady). I occasionally visit stackexchange.com/sites to look at the relative performance of the site, and there saw a listing 1.5k visits/day, which is about half the number listed on our home page. This lower number also matches area51 stats for our site.

I was wondering if the home page formula has not changed over like the s.e/sites formula has ? Because the two used to match.

(note: I've seen the related question on area51 vs stackexchange.com/sites traffic reporting. This is a slightly different discrepancy).

For cstheory.stackexchange.com, the site stats listed on the home page currently list 3129 visitors/day (and this number has been relatively steady). I occasionally visit stackexchange.com/sites to look at the relative performance of the site, and there saw a listing 1.5k visits/day, which is about half the number listed on our home page. This lower number also matches area51 stats for our site.

I was wondering if the home page formula has not changed over like the s.e/sites formula has ? Because the two used to match.

(note: I've seen the related question on area51 vs stackexchange.com/sites traffic reporting. This is a slightly different discrepancy).

For cstheory.stackexchange.com, the site stats listed on the home page currently list 3129 visitors/day (and this number has been relatively steady). I occasionally visit stackexchange.com/sites to look at the relative performance of the site, and there saw a listing 1.5k visits/day, which is about half the number listed on our home page. This lower number also matches area51 stats for our site.

I was wondering if the home page formula has not changed over like the s.e/sites formula has ? Because the two used to match.

3 Migration of MSO links to MSE links
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