This question is intended to collect opinions from people who frequent multiple Stack Exchange sites, including Computer Science, and who are not regulars of Stack Overflow.
Each Stack Exchange site has a meta site (like the one you're reading now), intended for discussions, support questions, bug reports and feature requests about the site. In addition, there is a “main meta”, which is intended for discussions, support questions, bug reports and feature requests about the Stack Exchange network in general.
The ”main meta“ is currently Meta Stack Overflow, which doubles as the meta site for Stack Overflow, the original and largest Stack Exchange site, whose topic is programming.
Any time now, Meta Stack Overflow is going to be split into Meta Stack Overflow, the meta site for Stack Overflow, and a new Meta Stack Exchange, the meta site for network-wide issues.
Did you know about Meta Stack Overflow? Have you ever used it? What do you think of it? What do you think of the split?
Please reply to this informal poll by upvoting the answer that best matches your opinion. If one of the answers almost but not exactly echoes your thoughts, please add or upvote a comment. If none of the answers express your opinion, please write an answer to tell us what you think.