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Here is the current footer of meta.stackexchange.com

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and here is the current footer of the meta.stackexchange.com/users/login and meta.stackexchange.com/users/signup

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The revision (or build) number on all of them shows as rev 2015.7.31.3625 and all of the three pages namely main page of Meta SE, the login page and the sign up page are currently residing under the same domain i.e. meta.stackexchange.com. So, how could the company name (Stack Exchange Inc v/s stack exchange inc) in the copyright footer gets mis-match? Are they pulled from the different files that stores the copyright? Can anyone please explain.

The company name was corrected on the most of the Stack Exchange Network sites in the yesterday's build and a status-completed was added by moderator Laura.

P.S:

Both of the pages i.e. "Login" and "Sign up" are part of this New year, new experiment: Login and Signup UI which went effect yesterday as per the post status of Upcoming login changes (Stage 2 and the new UI now LIVE).

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    The markup of the footer of the new login is also slightly different so your assumption about it being in different files could very well be true. Only @AnnaLear knows...
    – rene
    Aug 2, 2015 at 11:28
  • Note about "yesterday's build": As per my observation, the build "rev 2015.7.29.2757" (on most of the SE Network sites), "rev 2015.7.29.3615" for Meta.SE and 2015.7.29.2204 for stackexchange.com fixed the company name in the footer. Aug 2, 2015 at 11:47

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Looks like we need to standardize a few things between our various master pages! Thanks, should be fixed soon.

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  • Accepting the answer. I see the updated copyright. Thank you. Aug 3, 2015 at 19:40

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