In the homepage of Data SE, I see that some sites have an extra "SE" in the name, while the rest don't have. Is this an intention or just a kind of bug? image description image description image description

At first I thought that this is a duplicate of “ - Stack Exchange” suffix no longer displayed in page title on many secondary sites, but as you can see not every beta sites have the suffix.

marked as duplicate by Taryn Aug 13 at 19:02

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    If I had to guess, since all of those sites are in Beta, it's simply that whoever created the proposal called it that... and the name stuck. When you create a proposal in Area 51, you pick the name of the site. If it never gets changed, then it stays. – Catija Aug 31 '15 at 14:51
  • Well, I don't think so – Ooker Aug 31 '15 at 18:14

It's just an issue with tidying up the metadata, yeah (so a bug). When I have time I'm going to determine what the easiest way is to keep the site names consistent and in sync so it's no longer a problem in the future.

The expected behaviour is for "Stack Exchange" to be removed from all of them, with the obvious exception of this site, Meta Stack Exchange.

  • erm, don't you answer in that question as well? – Ooker Aug 31 '15 at 18:33
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    Well, here I could confirm that the current behaviour is a bug, since you weren't 100% sure why this was happening. The other report was unquestionably a bug, so I'll wait to actually fix it to answer there. – Tim Stone Aug 31 '15 at 18:35

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