Ever had a question? Ever had an answer? Ever had knowledge to share? We believe that coming together to inquire and learn, to share knowledge and to teach each other, makes the world a better place. We also believe that Q&A communities should be free from the politics and...
Codidact vs Stack Overflow opinions
Codidact implements features that are impossible on Stack Overflow, based on what the community needs. The community is central on Codidact and the platform is open-source, so you can use Codidact's network or set up your own if you want to run things differently.
Other than Quora, it's like the only one on this list that actually plays the same role Stack Overflow plays. It's a reputation-based question and answer site (or collection of sites/communities) organized around a central topic
A Q&A site helps an online community to share knowledge. No matter what your area of interest, people with questions can get super answers fast. Question2Answer is a popular Q&A solution.
Question2Answer vs Stack Overflow opinions
thats the best alternative... and you can freely install this system on your web
Scoold is inspired by StackOverflow and implements most of its features. You can ask and answer questions, upvote and downvote posts, earn badges and reputation. Each edit creates an new revision, making it easy to follow the history of edits. Scoold is optimized for the cloud.
Scoold vs Stack Overflow opinions
you have to download it...
TopAnswers is what Stack Overflow should be: focused on communities and knowledge sharing, not profit. We share some of the same aims:
TopAnswers vs Stack Overflow opinions
Similar to Codidact in that they directly aim to be an alternative to Stack Exchange. Unlike Codidact, it's mostly restricted to tech topics. Good alternative
OSQA is the free, open source Q&A system you've been waiting for. Your OSQA site is more than just an FAQ page, it is a full-featured Q&A community. Users earn points and badges for useful participation, and everyone in the community wins.Discontinued
The last commit to its open source code (https://github.com/dzone/osqa) is dated 2015. The official website URL (www.osqa.net) redirects to the proprietary product Answer-Hub (https://devada.com/answerhub/). www.osqa.net also happens to be in a blacklist used by the uMatrix browser extension.
Askbot is a Q&A system, like StackOverflow, Yahoo Answers and some others. Askbot is based on code of CNPROG, originally created by Mike Chen and Sailing Cai and some code written for OSQA.Discontinued
The website is partially broken, no downloads, and a "We will re-open soon, please leave your email" since 2019.
Solace is a fully open-sourced multilingual support and knowledge exchange platform written in Python.
Latest commit on Nov 29, 2009, see https://github.com/Plurk/Solace