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I have a blog on posterous that I use as a bloc-notes-with-bookmarks, everythings I find usefull I put on it as an article.

I didn't find this answer in the FAQ or in the privacy policy, so here I am: in policy terms, can I copy and paste a Stack Overflow question, with the answers I consider useful, and put it in my blog? Citing the source, of course.

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userinvoice is to purpose new functionality/improvement to stackoverflow, not for ask stuff about it ;) –  DaNieL Jun 5 '09 at 12:40
    

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Yes. SO content is licensed CC-BY-SA.

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/

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Provided that the blog post (or possibly the entire blog?) is also CC-By-SA. SA means that any derived work must be released under the same license. –  Steve Jessop Jun 5 '09 at 10:39
    
Expect if you are the author of the question, in which case you can dual licence your own work –  rds Jan 18 '13 at 10:07

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