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I've read a number of questions from people who want to attribute correctly, and from people reporting improperly or wholly unattributed uses; Report sites that use Stack Exchange content without following attribution rules here seems to be a permathread on that.

Are there any good examples of sites, books, or other things using content from StackExchange not only in full compliance with the CC-BY-SA license offered, but also usefully (i.e. more creatively than mere republication)? I imagine there must be some good uses in textbooks, documentation, and training materials out there.

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closed as not constructive by kiamlaluno, jonsca, Toon Krijthe, Shawn Chin, Rory Sep 13 '12 at 11:02

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