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I've seen all the answers suggesting to use other stackoverflow engines or telling it's only for internal use in big organizations like Apple or MS. But seeing & made me ask this question. Can a big open source project with a huge user base & a developer community get its own stackoverflow site? Maybe not even on its own domain but on a subdomain like

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Is it even big enough to support more than just being tagged with the project name among the other programming questions? – random Feb 11 '12 at 18:29
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If you want to try and get your own site, you can go through the Area 51 process. You propose a site, gain more attention, and eventually, if you have enough of a following, you will reach a Beta site.

Facebook.stackoverflow is just for a specific tag. If this isn't programming related, you can try Area 51.

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