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The only time I have ever seen this "Aviation Meta" SE is when a question in "Aviation" has been migrated. What if I want to ask something in meta? I don't see it in the list of all SE sites, or a link from Aviation. Is there a secret moderator trick to get here?

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  • $\begingroup$ Both answers are correct, which one do I accept?! ;) $\endgroup$ Mar 20, 2023 at 17:54
  • $\begingroup$ Accepting an answer indicates that you, the OP, found it to be the most useful to you. A quirk of the SE system is that this doesn't necessarily mean that it is correct. Equally, you don't have to accept either. $\endgroup$
    – Chenmunka
    Mar 21, 2023 at 9:41

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You can access Meta via the question mark icon at the top of the page:

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All "Meta" sites are shown beneath the main site in the navigation dropdown. This is not moderator thing

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Another option is to just bookmark it, or do it the way I do and type the URL. The main site is the site starting with "a" that I use most, so I just type "a" and Firefox autofills it. To get here, I type "aviation.m", then it autofills.

Every SE site has one of these "meta" sites; just put ".meta" before "stackexchange.com"; e.g. Law SE's meta site is https://law.meta.stackexchange.com. There's a network-wide Meta too; it's at https://meta.stackexchange.com. For sites like Stack Overflow and Ask Ubuntu that don't have SE domains, just put "meta." before the domain, e.g. https://meta.askubuntu.com.

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