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Has anyone seen any good uses of the stackoverflows creative commons license. I mean something like a blog listing the best recent questions or a wiki synthesising various answers into a unified view of a topic?

So far I've only seen this used for statistics:

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Have you done any kind of a search first? Say, in the [statistics] or [data-dump] tags? – Ether Feb 16 '10 at 0:27
huh? how does this question get closed as a duplicate of questions providing statistics about SO? those "duplicate" links sound like one good answer to the question. they do not seem to encompass the entire scope of this question. (not to say this isn't a duplicate of something, but those are ridiculous.) – quack quixote Feb 16 '10 at 3:32
Can you vote to reopen then? – Casebash Feb 17 '10 at 1:53
@Ether: Statistics are only one possible use for the creative commons license material. All user content is under cc too! – Casebash Feb 17 '10 at 1:58
Has anyone ever copied answers or other information between Stack Overflow and a wiki with a CC license, such as Wikipedia? I could imagine that some of the better answers for some general questions might make good starts as articles or sections on Wikipedia. – Brian Campbell Feb 18 '10 at 7:36
I would think that a better way to ask the question is to ask for any good uses of the data, not just links to already implemented uses. You might get more play that way. – Lance Roberts Feb 18 '10 at 17:32

Seeing as there doesn't seem to be anything out there, I have decided to start my own project to experiment with remixing content from

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