I've just noticed that some about pages (StackOverflow, tex.stackexchange and skeptics.stackexhange) do not show what the specific StackExchange site is about. They explain what StackExchange is, but not what tex.stackexchange is.
Here is what it looks now:
I remember that there was once something like:
StackOverflow is for questions about XYZ. If you have questions about A you could go to B.stackexchange.com
StackOverflow is for questions about XYZ. It is not about A.
When did this change? Why did it change? How are new users supposed to know which questions they should ask on superuser, which on stackoverflow and which on programmers (to name just a few)? Is there any chance to get this carification of scope back (like this one)?
Is it eventually still there and I simply didn't see it?