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Stack Exchange blog section is missing from the http://stackexchange.com/blogs main page. There used to be a dedicated section for 'Stack Exchange Blog' at the top along with links to five most recent blog posts before the 'community blogs' section.

Here is a screenshot obtained from Google cache

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I can access the SE Blog direct by visiting: http://blog.stackexchange.com but it would be be nice to have the SE Blog section (as shown above in the screenshot) at the of Blog's main page too. Could this be restored?

P.S.

Upon doing view source (Google Cache page) I see a <div class="se-blog"> for the SE Blog links section which is missing from the new main page.

closed as off-topic by random, James, S.L. Barth, Infinite Recursion, doppelgreener Sep 15 '15 at 14:37

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  • "The problem described here can no longer be reproduced. Changes to the system or to the circumstances affecting the asker have rendered it obsolete. If you encounter a similar problem, please post a new question." – random, James, S.L. Barth, Infinite Recursion, doppelgreener
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  • @random can you please explain why the removal of UPDATE? – HackerKarma Sep 14 '15 at 23:23
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    Why would that not be the resolution/answer and why would it need to be the first paragraph of a support question? – random Sep 14 '15 at 23:24
  • @random I have seen other users doing that but if it is wrong then at least you could have post a comment. I'm still learning here. Thank you. So what should I do next? – HackerKarma Sep 14 '15 at 23:27
  • @HackerKarma I didn't really see a problem with it being in the question, and the question getting closed. But maybe, technically or accurately, random is right, it's a question and your update is more suited as an answer. Go post your "answer" :) – James Sep 15 '15 at 1:27
  • @James That's what I learned here. I did post an answer as "community wiki" user. – HackerKarma Sep 15 '15 at 1:29
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The issue has been resolved in the latest build 2015.9.14.2711. Thank you for fixing it!

Originally I posted this in my question but high-rep user 'random' (and 'Super User' moderator) removed it. See his comment under my post. So, posting an answer instead.

  • Why would you answer this? Sheesh, some people.. – James Sep 15 '15 at 1:35
  • @James I didn't get you... I thought it would be silly to post one liner 'update' as an answer. But I can opt my answer to 'community wiki' user right? If not, please let me know I can delete it. – HackerKarma Sep 15 '15 at 1:45
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    I was just joking, as I suggested you post an Answer, and then questioned you posting an answer. I admit it wasn't "hilarious", but I thought it slightly amusing, well had you got it :D – James Sep 15 '15 at 1:47

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