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I think we really need a way to determine when one of the new sites went live so that they can be ordered by date.

Something like:

{
    "name": "Gaming Meta",
    "logo_url": "http://sstatic.net/gamingmeta/logo.png",
    "api_endpoint": "http://api.meta.gaming.stackexchange.com",
    "site_url": "http://meta.gaming.stackexchange.com",
    "description": "Q&A about the Gaming site",
    "icon_url": "http://sstatic.net/skins/sketchymeta/apple-touch-icon.png",
    "state": "linked_meta",
    "creation_date": 1279825996,
    "styling": {
        "link_color": "#3D3D3D",
        "tag_foreground_color": "#666666",
        "tag_background_color": "#FFF"
}

Notice the creation_date item.

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A work around for this would be to check the creation_date of /users/1.

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Ah. Very good idea! –  Nathan Osman Jul 22 '10 at 22:31
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+ or /users/-1 –  Sky Sanders Jul 22 '10 at 22:32
    
@geo - of course it does. api.gaming.stackexchange.com/1.0/users/-1 –  Sky Sanders Jul 22 '10 at 23:44
    
@code: My bad. Entered the wrong URL. –  Nathan Osman Jul 22 '10 at 23:45
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