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As well as SO, SuperUser & Serverfault I seem to be seeing the same thing used elsewhere. Are they all run by FogCreek/Joel/whoever, or is the software licensed to 3rd parties? For instance there's a Startup site I saw.

Is there a full list, and information about the software, anywhere?

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stackexchange is the name of the service proposed.

You can visit the website http://stackexchange.com to have more information.

There is a list of stackexchange sites here: http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/4/list-of-stackexchange-sites

The list is not full, but is quite extensive: most users want to appear in the list, but not all.

They are not all run by the same people as SO, Superuser and serverfault.

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As of a few days ago, meta.stackexchange.com/questions/4/list-of-stackexchange-sites no longer exists. All meta.stackexchange.com URLs redirect to the MSO main page. – Pops Mar 3 '11 at 23:08

Aside from the StackExchange site mentioned by tucson, there are also clones out there. Those are obviously not licensed or controlled by Jeff or Joel.

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