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A semi-related Q&A, in terms of citing Stack Overflow (or a Stack Exchange network site) as a source: Stack Overflow as a reference in a professional paper/presentationV2Blast ♦ yesterday
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Q: Stack Overflow as a reference in a professional paper/presentation

Jason BakerSuppose I'm doing an academic paper, journal article, or other professional presentation. Would you say that it would be possible to use Stack Overflow as a reference? Of course I'm pretty sure that the answer here would be "yes." So here's the follow up: When, if ever, would it be a good i...

@V2Blast one of the comments in Martin's above link has a more definitive reference from the SE organization itself stackoverflow.blog/2009/06/25/attribution-requiredRowan Hawkins 18 hours ago
Jeff Atwood on June 25, 2009
All the content contributed to Stack Overflow or other Stack Exchange sites is cc-wiki (aka cc-by-sa) licensed, intended to be shared and remixed. We even provide all our data as a convenient data dump, seeded by us. But our cc-wiki licensing, while intentionally permissive, does require attribution. Attribution — You must attribute the work in…
Sorry, I posted this in a wrong room - this is where I intended that to be: chat.meta.stackexchange.com/transcript/1625/2022/1/12
 
 
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