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Are the Server Fault and Super User domains officially supported by the API?

I don't find this information in the FAQ, although I can browse http://api.superuser.com/0.8/stats for example.

EDIT:
Information added to the FAQ.

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Yeah, Serverfault, Superuser are supported just like StackOverflow.

There was a post from Geoff Dalgas in dev.meta, but I don't see the post here related to that

Let me quote some part of the post

Super User and Server Fault are ready for API testing

All methods are currently identical to the current list for Stack Overflow - just replace the host name:

http://api.superuser.com/{version}/{method} for Super User

http://api.serverfault.com/{version}/{method} for Server Fault
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@S.Mark Perfect, i think it should be added to the faq.[OT: can you still access dev.meta?] –  systempuntoout May 20 '10 at 8:18
    
@system dev.meta is no longer available. –  Tyler Carter May 20 '10 at 14:03
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