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I remember sometime reading that SO owns the copyright to my questions. However, in this case I posted the question merely to garner opinions on a system of doing things. One very good opinion makes me want to write an article on Code Project outlining the system. What attributions and or permissions do I need to do that?

marked as duplicate by Shadow The Dragon Wizard, Joachim Sauer, Richard Tingle, Martijn Pieters, Mat Dec 29 '13 at 12:18

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    If you are talking about your own content, Can you ditch the attribution for own content clause from the Terms of Service? is very relavant, especially, Jaydles♦ answer, but if you are talking about answers to your questions then @ShadowWizard's duplicate is spot on – psubsee2003 Dec 29 '13 at 11:32
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    SE doesn't own the copyright to content you've posted. You give them the right to publish it under the CC licence with attribution. – Mat Dec 29 '13 at 12:20
  • I'm talking strictly about the content in the question only, which is purely my invention. I only posted it to ask opinions on it and whether I was doing anything really wrong. – ProfK Dec 29 '13 at 15:45
  • @ProfK if it is the question content, then read Jaydles answer I linked above. The Terms of Service now explicitly say you are free to use your own content as you see fit without requiring any attribution – psubsee2003 Dec 29 '13 at 17:41

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