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The footer on the blog mentions a BY-NC-SA license for the podcasts, but doesn't mention the text on the blog itself. I'm asking because, as a StackExchange user, I find lots of content there very inspiring and would like to "borrow" (translate) some of it for my own Q&A community.

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I think this is fine, as long as you provide a link back (citation) to the original source.

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Does this mean that you've now granted explicit permission to everyone who reads this answer under those conditions or only the OP? – tvanfosson Dec 3 '09 at 20:02
    
Cool! Thanks :) – obvio171 Dec 5 '09 at 3:13

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