Currently, there's a table with a list of sites in the blog post Celebrating the Stack Exchange sites that turned 10 years old:
Area 51 Discussions
Fitness and Nutrition
Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair
Musical Practice and Performance
Software Quality Assurance and Testing
German Language and Usage
Japanese Language and Usage
Gardening and Landscaping
First off, Area 51 isn't a normal site, and it's weird to include its meta site in this list. It probably shouldn't be in this list at all since it really isn't a proper site.
Secondly, half of the names of the sites in this are... outdated. For instance:
- Science Fiction is called Science Fiction & Fantasy
- Code Golf is called Code Golf & Coding Challenges
- Fitness and Nutrition has been renamed Physical Fitness
- The language sites no longer have "and Usage" in their name, with the exception of English.SE
- Music's full name is Music Practice & Theory
- Most sites that have "and" in their name use an ampersand, not the word
There's also a weird break in the list where it splits into a second table for no apparent reason.
It looks like someone did a query in Data.SE (or the internal version) for sites that were ten years old, got the original names of the sites, and just stuck them in a table without double-checking anything.
Also, in the tagline - "We’re more than just StackOverflow.com; here’s a few of the sites in the Exchange network that have been around for a decade!" - it refers to the "Exchange network", which, uh, isn't the name of the network. That should be the Stack Exchange network.
Could this please be at least cleaned up a little?