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Apparently it is possible to purchase a Stack Exchange site again.

What is considered a large organization? Google/Apple/MS sized organizations? Obviously it will cost a fair bit, but any information for those of us who don't want to pretend to represent a huge company? Not that it wouldn't be fun, but it would ultimately be a waste of everyone's time.

  • I'm expecting a blog entry sometime, but there doesn't seem to be anything yet. – mmyers Nov 3 '10 at 22:01
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Yes! There's now some basic information available on the Stack Overflow Enterprise site.

The big picture idea though is that SO Enterprise is a private version of the Stack Overflow engine that you use on the public site every day - it's just set up in a private environment (either a private cloud or on-premises) and only accessible to the employees of a company. We use a shared code base between the public and Enterprise versions of the site, so it looks and acts just like the real thing (plus a few customizations and features like SSO support).

If you do happen to work for a large company (think 500+ developers), you can request more information and a demo and the sales team will reach out to you.

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