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Do you sell or otherwise make available the software for SO?

I was surprised that the forum at looks so much like SO. Did they copy you out of admiration and respect, or did they get the software from you?

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(Isn't your display name too confusing for others, to use in comment replies? Sure, when one knows the rules, it's easy. But folks just using @P a u l will break the notifications?) – Arjan Apr 25 '11 at 16:34

That's a OSQA (Stack Overflow clone) site most likely according to this script name.

You can search more info about OSQA related posts here at meta or take a look at known clone lists

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Hehe, no word on the "admiration and respect", huh? ;-) (I fail to see admiration and respect in trying to make —or use— an exact copy, but well...) – Arjan Apr 25 '11 at 16:38

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