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I read the grave news about SE. I love their stuff, but don't want to have the hassle of bidding on a site.
Anywho, I read that you guys might or are importing SE sites over? If so, I would be interested in having this done. It's not a huge site yet as I just started it, but I really want to grow the community at their level and not rush people into joining just to save the site.
My site is aimed at being an opensource development arena for LSL (Linden Scripting Language) developers from Second Life...which I may change that up to a more generalized one site to rule them all sort of thing...
Thank you for your time SublimeGeek http://sublimegeek.com
Answer by matt , DZone CTO and double-duty dad · Apr 14, 2010 at 11:28 PM
If you shoot an email to email@example.com, we'll be happy to help guide you through the process. If you're looking to host it yourself, we'll be the first to admit that the documentation is pretty poor :) We're actively working on making it better and filling out the Wiki so that new users have an easier time getting started. I'll make sure that the guys writing the documentation include a section on importing from an SE dump.
Answer by rick , Husband, father, coffee addict, dork · Apr 15, 2010 at 09:33 AM
We should also clarify that we'll be perfectly delighted to help people migrate to OSQA on their own server or hosting account. We definitely don't want anyone to fear that they are jumping from the frying pan into the fire, so if you would like to run on your own hosting server it'll work just as well.
We expect to partner with WebFaction and other hosting providers to make setup as simple as possible. For $9.50 per month you can easily have the peace of mind that your server and data are completely under your own control. I guess that's the beauty of OSQA being free, open source software.