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Sorry If I am posting in wrong place, but when I try to login to dev.meta.stackoverflow.com today, I got password protected page and looks like previous password is not valid anymore.

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I just realized this too. That banner is really hard to spot :( –  Mitch Dempsey May 20 '10 at 5:21
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i really miss dev.meta.stackoverflow.com :)!But welcome stackapps.com! –  systempuntoout May 20 '10 at 6:32
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If you look on that password page, it says:

Thank you for participating in the private API beta! We're now starting the public beta - you can find more information on http://stackapps.com.

The dev.meta.stackoverflow.com site is no longer active. This is the new location for API related subjects.

You should have goten an email notifying you of this.

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Ah, my company recently banned https, cannot check my gmail at the moment. Thank you Chacha. –  YOU May 20 '10 at 4:04
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I see your company doesn't score particularly highly on the Joel Test :) –  Tyler Carter May 20 '10 at 4:05
    
Yeah, even this new site, after I browsing 4 or 5 clicks popup comes out and saying that "site is unknown, click OK to contine, everything will be logged" or something like that, I was need to tunnel it through one of my proxy now. :( –  YOU May 20 '10 at 4:11
    
I wish we could hire all the great programmers trapped behind companies like that. :( –  Jeff Atwood May 20 '10 at 4:47
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@S.Mark - Sorry to hear about your company. Can't really imagine how stupid a netadmin would have to be to think "blocking HTTPS is a good idea" –  Mitch Dempsey May 20 '10 at 5:34
    
@webdestroya, ah actually, they didn't completely block the https protocol, they hijack their certificate with the help of BlueCoat devices, and block most of the https websites. And I still don't know how to tunnel https into http, so currently just sufferings. –  YOU May 20 '10 at 6:14
    
@Chacha102 I would remove "grant access" stuff on dev.meta.stackoverflow.com. –  systempuntoout May 20 '10 at 6:42
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@S.Mark There should be a list of companies with the Joel score IMO. Sorry, off topic...but just sayin'. –  TheHurt May 20 '10 at 6:47
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