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Published: Nov 27 2012 / 13:38

OSQA is the Open Source Q&A System. It is free software licensed under the GPL, and you can download the source code for OSQA from a Subversion server. OSQA is originally based on CNProg, an excellent Chinese Q&A web application written by Mike Chen and Sailing Cai. OSQA is written in Python and powered by the Django application framework.
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rick replied ago:

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For those who want an enterprise-quality solution, you should definitely look at http://answerhub.com AnswerHub is designed and built here at DZone by the same team that maintains OSQA, but the two systems share no code in common. OSQA was our first-generation effort, and AnswerHub came later and radically improves scalability, security and theming.

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