The Meta Stack Exchange site banner includes logos from a variety of different communities on the Stack Exchange network.

The largest communities are easily recognizable (SO Icon Stack Overflow, Arqade icon Arqade, SU iconSuper User). However, I'm unfamiliar with some of the smaller sites.

What Stack Exchange communities are displayed in Meta Stack Exchange's banner?

Meta's Header Image

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    You can look at the site list and see all of the sites for yourself. – Servy Jun 23 '17 at 20:43
  • @Servy Stack Exchange has over 120 communities. I only see around 40 logos in the banner – Stevoisiak Jun 23 '17 at 20:46
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    Okay? What's your point? There aren't any sites in the logo that aren't in the list, so you'll be able to find all of the site logos from the logo in the list. It's not like the site list is incomplete. – Servy Jun 23 '17 at 21:02
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    Pretty sure those are all the graduated sites of Stack Exchange. Not sure what about sites still in public beta which got their own design though. – Shadow Wizard Wearing Mask Jun 23 '17 at 22:23

The header shows all sites that had graduated at the time the image was made. It's not being amended with new graduations. (For example, Worldbuilding is not present.) If you compare it to the list of all sites, sorted by age and skip over the beta sites, you should be able to match them up (and find out when the cut-off was).

The "oldest" sort is by age of the site, not by order of graduation, so there might be some sites there that aren't in the header. But it's a good starting point.

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