It would be nice to have the content from StackOverflow in here. Since the content has a creative commons license, it’s enough to copy and paste the license in each post. What do the admins think? Should we wait until there are tags or flags or some other way of sorting the questions or could we start importing them to this instance? Maybe you don’t want them in here and prefer them to be on another instance.

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Someone should setup a “HeapOverflow” instance specifically for this…

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Amicese
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I think you should post it’s existence to reddit.

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Even without tags, the searching is probably good enough to start one.

@ajr@lemmy.ml
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Nice, I’m going to make a python script to import the content, probably with selenium. What delay do I use between requests.

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I wouldn’t want a mass import like that here, but you could do on your own instance.

selenium??? hpw much RAM u have??? wtf

It would be nice to modify the front end so that it looks better for that.

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We could start with a clone of /r/learnprogramming and expand from there.

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I think this is a great idea!

@abbenm@lemmy.ml
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I think Lemmy is just not formatted the same way as StackOverflow.

I think we need an activitypub-style project that aims to replicate the functionality of stackoverflow for that to work. But I 1000% agree that StackOverflow is a great example of something that could live just fine on the fediverse.

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sounds interesting

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