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2013

Question2Answer

by gregg
Question2Answer is a free and open source platform for Q&A sites.

OSQA | The Open Source Q&A System

by gregg & 3 others
Open Source Q&A! OSQA is a free, entry-level Q&A system from the makers of AnswerHub, the market-leading professional Q&A platform. OSQA is a great solution for smaller sites with limited needs. Professional users who want custom theming, advanced security, SSO integration or plugin support should look at AnswerHub instead. Take a look...

2012

The Ultimate Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace 3D FAQ | Death Star PR

by night.kame

Question : Given Qui-Gon’s complete lack of ANY KIND OF MORAL CODE WHATSOEVER TO THIS POINT, WHY DOESN’T HE JUST SAY, “FUCK YOU, WATTO!” AND TAKE ANAKIN’S MOTHER WITH HIM?

Answer : Qui-Gon is a Jedi, bound to a strict code of justice and morality and fuck it, it makes no sense to us either.

2011

droits d'auteurs - FAQ

by colombia
article en espagnol autorité sur les droits d'auteur FAQ

2010

united-domains - Kündigen von domains

by 84GHz
Wie geht man beim Kündigen von Domains vor?

IBM HTTP Server Questions and Answers

by balluche
FAQ IBM HTTP Server (apache)

Faq 096 - DeSmuME

by sylvainulg
Before you report a DeSmuME bug ... check updates here. After you understood your mistake, update this ;)

FAQ You « Wordpress plugins // Trendwerk

by simon_bricolo
A simple FAQ plugin where you can create Categories and put Questions in them. You can easily insert them in a page with the WYSIWYG editor. Able to turn JavaScript on or off.

2009

Feedback2.0 Projet

by parmentierf
feedback2.0 Projet est une plate-forme de dialogue dédiée à l'accompagnement de projet, mis en place par une équipe projet au sein d'une entreprise, d'une organisation ou d'une collectivité.

OAuth-OpenID: You’re Barking Up the Wrong Tree if you Think They’re the Same Thing

by holyver (via)
OAuth, OpenID…they sound like the same thing and they kind of do vaguely similar things But I’m here to tell you, OAuth is not Open ID. They have a different purpose. I’ve been playing around with OAuth a bit in the past couple weeks and have a grip on what it’s aiming to do and what it’s not aiming to do. To start with, here’s what OAuth does have in common with Open ID

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