Stack Snippets is now a feature on some Stack Exchange sites. On what sites is this feature enabled? Where is it being discussed? And where has it actively been decided not to implement the feature? Also, where can I find the relevant discussion threads?

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Sites where the feature is enabled:

Sites where there is discussion or the implementation is pending:

Sites where the feature request has been denied:

Modify this post when the status of a site changes, please link to the relevant discussion post featuring the discussion made before the feature was introduced or denied on a site. Sites where the feature has not been requested are not to be listed in any of the categories.

  • @eBusiness I went with the link to the announcement because the discussion link that was already in the post (and which you put back in) doesn't actually in any way confirm that they got turned on on CR. CR Meta, but not the site proper. – Billy Mailman Sep 17 '14 at 15:16
  • @BillyMailman I don't think this post needs to provide proof explicitly, anyone who question the claim that the feature is enabled on a site can go to that site, click "new question" and check if the editor link shows up. The purpose of the links is to tell us why a site did or did not get the feature. – aaaaaaaaaaaa Sep 17 '14 at 15:38
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    @eBusiness Eh, mostly I was trying to keep consistent with other FAQ posts, like the Recent feature changes to Stack Exchange one, where the link is generally made to whatever passes for an official post from the devs that something has changed. – Billy Mailman Sep 17 '14 at 16:09
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    Our Community Manager is on the case, but the team forgot to enable it on Stack Overflow em Português – brasofilo Sep 17 '14 at 16:33
  • @BillyMailman Stack Snippets are indeed live on CR proper. They were actually used to announce our graduation. – RubberDuck Oct 20 '14 at 18:42
  • RU SO has it enabled, but digging up the discussion to enable it has not proven especially fruitful for someone who can't read Cyrillic. – Nathan Tuggy Oct 22 '15 at 21:47

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