I'm now going on vacation, and I won't be having Internet connection there. I was thinking it would be a good time to browse through the Stack Overflow data dump. However, it's all in XML and I'd have to write a client to make it readable. Is there any existing client?
This is similar to Stack Overflow portable edition which is a project I started a while ago. I haven't done much with the original code (and the site is offline at the moment).
However, recently I've been experimenting with creating an e-book for the Kindle (in Mobipocket format). I may be working on this over the holiday break.
Here it is:
Don't be fooled, although it is named "AskUbuntu Browser", it'll work on any of the Stack Exchange sites.
Dash.app (OSX) does this very well, too; it allows subscription to tags you select. Good for conferences.
We have created a tool ‘StackedOff’ which is an offline StackExchange indexer and search engine.
You can find it at: At the StackedOff github page
Selecting a site to index: