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Creating an internal stack exchange for proprietary questions?

Are sites proposed on Area 51 allowed restrict access to a group of people smaller/more specific than "the general public"? For example: only registered users of an existing web app?

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marked as duplicate by Grace Note, mmyers, ChrisF, juan, Jon Seigel Jul 9 '10 at 15:04

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Short answer is no; the site proposals are designed to be promoted for use by the entire internet community. There are no plans for private versions. I'm answering as a comment as this was covered in this question (which is about proprietary sites, but the answers also cover private use in general). – Grace Note Jul 9 '10 at 14:52
    
Why the down vote? I didn't know and i couldn't find the answer.. – Jeroen Jul 9 '10 at 15:03
    
On meta, people usually vote down if they don't want to see what you're proposing, not for "stupid questions" like on Stack Overflow and the likes. That's what I understood of it anyway.. – Jouke van der Maas Jul 9 '10 at 16:18
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No. Stack Exchange 2.0 is only for public, community-driven sites.

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You can however set up your own Stack Overflow clone.

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