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Can questions be asked on StackOverflow and then answers be contributed to projects licensed under the Gnu free documentation License (such as PLEAC).


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All content is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Generic. So any usage of code from here is subject to that license.

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IANAL, so grain of salt and all that.

I believe that you can (try to) contact the original poster to obtain permission to use it in a GPL context. Because the copyright holder can license the creation several different ways if they so desire.

If this sounds like the way you want to go, contact a IP lawyer.

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