Although I'm not affiliated with SO, there's this answer by the SO team, which links to the attribution policy:
If you republish this content, we
require that you:
1. Visually indicate
that the content is from Stack
Overflow, Meta Stack Overflow, Server
Fault, or Super User in some way. It
doesn’t have to be obnoxious; a
discreet text blurb is fine.
2. Hyperlink directly to the original
question on the source site (e.g.,
3. Show the author names for every
question and answer
4. Hyperlink each
author name directly back to their
user profile page on the source site
By “directly”, I mean each hyperlink
must point directly to our domain, and
not use a tinyurl or any other form of
obfuscation or redirection.
Furthermore, the links must not be
For example, this article:
- Not sure - there is a blurb which indicates the content may be from SO or another source - I don't know if that's sufficient (in my personal opinion "not compliant").
- Not compliant - although you link back with "View Original Seed", it is through a redirector.
- Not compliant - it says "Created by Anonymous", whereas the answer you copied was actually created by one Tatu Ulmanen
- Not compliant - as you are not showing the real author, you aren't even linking to their profile.
So, what can you do? As per the policy that's linked at the bottom of every page (see this answer for a screenshot),
- for SO questions, indicate that they do come from SO (a link saying "originally posted at Stackoverflow.com" is IMHO better than a vague non-link text saying "from SO/reddit/somewhere/whatever")...
- ...and link to them directly (not through redirector), without a nofollow.
- also, show original author name(s) where applicable...
- ...and link to their profile page directly, without a nofollow.
This, to my understanding, should get you into compliance.
Edit: RSS feeds from SO contain the name of the author, even their profile page URL. An excerpt from the feed for this very page (the same structure exists in other feeds, like the one you linked):
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<link rel="alternate" href="http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/72881/is-my-website-compatible-with-stackoverflow-content-terms-and-conditions">
Edit: It looks that the SO question is linked directly now as "View StackOverflow question", but I still don't see the name of the original author (see screenshot). Am I missing something?