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Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because I (well, I've started the askbot project) have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project for about a month and a half of it's existence.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but askbot has fewer bugs and pays more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue we'll just fix it without any formalities.

The feature differences are (I'll fix this when things change) - OSQA has multiple federated login system, which is very nice. That is you can log in to OSQA in many ways to the same account, while here you have to stick with just one. Also they have basic on-screen site configuration. These are the two main differences, there are some other minor ones.

However we plan to build a (federated+traditional) sign-on component that will work with your pre-existing sites as well - it will log you in to the pre-existing sites (as long as they are on the same domain, i.e. site1.example.com vs site2.example.com) and will help you bootstrap into pre-existing accounts on multiple sites.

where is askbot and osqa coming from - that's simple the original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA forked off my work and after about a month and a half of working on OSQA I've decided to start this one.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because I (well, I've started the askbot project) have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project for about a month and a half of it's existence.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but askbot has fewer bugs and pays more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue we'll just fix it without any formalities.

The feature differences are (I'll fix this when things change) - OSQA has multiple federated login system, which is very nice. That is you can log in to OSQA in many ways to the same account, while here you have to stick with just one. Also they have basic on-screen site configuration. These are the two main differences, there are some other minor ones.

However we plan to build a (federated+traditional) sign-on component that will work with your pre-existing sites as well - it will log you in to the pre-existing sites (as long as they are on the same domain, i.e. site1.example.com vs site2.example.com) and will help you bootstrap into pre-existing accounts on multiple sites.

where is askbot and osqa coming from - that's simple the original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA forked off my work and after about a month and a half of working on collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because I (well, I've started the askbot project) have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project for about a month and a half of it's existence.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but askbot has fewer bugs and pays more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue we'll just fix it without any formalities.

The feature differences are (I'll fix this when things change) - OSQA has multiple federated login system, which is very nice. That is you can log in to OSQA in many ways to the same account, while here you have to stick with just one. Also they have basic on-screen site configuration. These are the two main differences, there are some other minor ones.

However we plan to build a (federated+traditional) sign-on component that will work with your pre-existing sites as well - it will log you in to the pre-existing sites (as long as they are on the same domain, i.e. site1.example.com vs site2.example.com) and will help you bootstrap into pre-existing accounts on multiple sites.

where is do askbot and osqa coming come from - that's simple the original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA forked off my work and after about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because I (well, I've started the askbot project) have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project for about a month and a half of it's existence.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but askbot has fewer bugs and pays more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue we'll just fix it without any formalities.

The feature differences are (I'll fix this when things change) - OSQA has multiple federated login system, which is very nice. That is you can log in to OSQA in many ways to the same account, while here you have to stick with just one. Also they have basic on-screen site configuration. These are the two main differences, there are some other minor ones.

However we plan to build a (federated+traditional) sign-on component that will work with your pre-existing sites as well - it will log you in to the pre-existing sites (as long as they are on the same domain, i.e. site1.example.com vs site2.example.com) and will help you bootstrap into pre-existing accounts on multiple sites.

where do askbot and osqa come from - that's simple the original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers - Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA forked off my work and after about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because I (well, I've started the askbot project) have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project for about a month and a half of it's existence.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but askbot has fewer bugs and pays more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue we'll just fix it without any formalities.

The feature differences are (I'll fix this when things change) - OSQA has multiple federated login system, which is very nice. That is you can log in to OSQA in many ways to the same account, while here you have to stick with just one. Also they have basic on-screen site configuration. These are the two main differences, there are some other minor ones.

However we plan to build a (federated+traditional) sign-on component that will work with your pre-existing sites as well - it will log you in to the pre-existing sites (as long as they are on the same domain, i.e. site1.example.com vs site2.example.com) and will help you bootstrap into pre-existing accounts on multiple sites.

where do askbot and osqa come from - that's simple the original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers - Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA has forked off from my work and after work. After about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of OSQA, OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because I (well, I've started the askbot project) have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project for about a month and a half of it's existence.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but askbot has fewer bugs and pays more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue we'll just fix it without any formalities.

The feature differences are (I'll fix this when things change) - OSQA has multiple federated login system, which is very nice. That is you can log in to OSQA in many ways to the same account, while here you have to stick with just one. Also they have basic on-screen site configuration. These are the two main differences, there are some other minor ones.

However we plan to build a (federated+traditional) sign-on component that will work with your pre-existing sites as well - it will log you in to the pre-existing sites (as long as they are on the same domain, i.e. site1.example.com vs site2.example.com) and will help you bootstrap into pre-existing accounts on multiple sites.

where do askbot and osqa come from - that's simple the original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers - Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA has forked from my work. After about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because I (well, I've started the askbot project) have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project for about a month and a half of it's existence.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but askbot has fewer bugs and pays more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue we'll just fix it will be fixed without any formalities.

The feature differences are (I'll fix this when things change) - OSQA has multiple federated login system, which is very nice. That is you can log in to OSQA in many ways to the same account, while here you have to stick with just one. Also they have basic on-screen site configuration. These are the two main differences, there are some other minor ones.

However we plan to build a (federated+traditional) sign-on component that will work with your pre-existing sites as well - it will log you in to the pre-existing sites (as long as they are on the same domain, i.e. site1.example.com vs site2.example.com) and will help you bootstrap into pre-existing accounts on multiple sites.

where do askbot and osqa come from - that's simple the original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers - Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA has forked from my work. After about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because I (well, I've started the askbot project) have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project for about a month and a half of it's existence.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but askbot has fewer bugs and pays more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue it will be fixed without any formalities.

The feature differences are (I'll fix this when things change) - OSQA has multiple federated login system, which is very nice. That is you can log in to OSQA in many ways to the same account, while here you have to stick with just one. Also they have basic on-screen site configuration. These are the two main differences, there are some other minor ones.

However we plan to build a (federated+traditional) sign-on component that will work with your pre-existing sites as well - it will log you in to the pre-existing sites (as long as they are on the same domain, i.e. site1.example.com vs site2.example.com) and will help you bootstrap into pre-existing accounts on multiple sites.

where do askbot and osqa come from - that's simple the simple. The original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers - Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA has forked from my work. After about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because I (well, I've started the askbot project) have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project for about a month and a half of it's existence.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but askbot has fewer bugs and pays more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue it will be fixed without any formalities.

The feature differences are (I'll fix this when things change) - OSQA has multiple federated login system, which is very nice. That is you can log in to OSQA in many ways to the same account, while here you have to stick with just one. Also they have basic on-screen site configuration. These are the two main differences, there are some other minor ones.

However we plan to build a (federated+traditional) sign-on component that will work with your pre-existing sites as well - it will log you in to the pre-existing sites (as long as they are on the same domain, i.e. site1.example.com vs site2.example.com) and will help you bootstrap into pre-existing accounts on multiple sites.

where do askbot and osqa come from - that's simple. The original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers - Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA has forked from my work. After about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one.one. Here is the explanation why I did that.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because I (well, I've started the askbot project) have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project for about a month and a half of it's existence.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but askbot this product has fewer bugs and pays we pay more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue it will be fixed without any formalities.

The feature differences are (I'll fix this when things change) - OSQA has multiple federated login system, which is very nice. That is you can log in to OSQA in many ways to the same account, while here you have to stick with just one. Also they have basic on-screen site configuration. These are the two main differences, there are some other minor ones.

However we plan to build a (federated+traditional) sign-on component that will work with your pre-existing sites as well - it will log you in to the pre-existing sites (as long as they are on the same domain, i.e. site1.example.com vs site2.example.com) and will help you bootstrap into pre-existing accounts on multiple sites.

where do askbot and osqa come from - that's simple. The original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers - Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA has forked from my work. After about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one. Here is the explanation why I did that.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because I (well, I've started the askbot project) have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project for about a month and a half of it's existence.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but this product has fewer bugs and we pay more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue it will be fixed without any formalities.

The feature differences are (I'll fix this when things change) - OSQA has multiple federated login system, which is very nice. That is you can log in to OSQA in many ways to the same account, while here you have to stick with just one. Also they have basic on-screen site configuration. These are the two main differences, there are some other minor ones.

However we plan to build a (federated+traditional) sign-on component that will work with your pre-existing sites as well - it will log you in to the pre-existing sites (as long as they are on the same domain, i.e. site1.example.com vs site2.example.com) and will help you bootstrap into pre-existing accounts on multiple sites.

where do askbot and osqa come from - that's simple. The original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers - Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA has forked from my work. After about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one. Here is the explanation why I did that.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because I have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project for about a month and a half of it's initial existence.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but this product has fewer bugs and we pay more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue it will be fixed without any formalities.

The feature differences are (I'll fix this when things change) - OSQA has multiple federated login system, which is very nice. That is you can log in to OSQA in many ways to the same account, while here you have to stick with just one. Also they have basic on-screen site configuration. These are the two main differences, there are some other minor ones.

However we plan to build a (federated+traditional) sign-on component that will work with your pre-existing sites as well - it will log you in to the pre-existing sites (as long as they are on the same domain, i.e. site1.example.com vs site2.example.com) and will help you bootstrap into pre-existing accounts on multiple sites.

where do askbot and osqa come from - that's simple. The original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers - Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA has forked from my work. After about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one. Here is the explanation why I did that.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because I have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project for about a month and a half of it's initial existence.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but this product has fewer bugs and we pay more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue it will be fixed without any formalities.

The feature differences are (I'll fix this when things change) - OSQA has multiple federated login system, which is very nice. That is you can log in to OSQA in many ways to the same account, while here you have to stick with just one. Also they have basic on-screen site configuration. These are the two main differences, there are some other minor ones.

However we plan to build a (federated+traditional) sign-on component that will work with your pre-existing sites as well - it will log you in to the pre-existing sites (as long as they are on the same domain, i.e. site1.example.com vs site2.example.com) and will help you bootstrap into pre-existing accounts on multiple sites.sites and will do all that osqa's login system does.

where do askbot and osqa come from - that's simple. The original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers - Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA has forked from my work. After about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one. Here is the explanation why I did that.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because I have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project for about a month and a half of it's initial existence.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but this product has we have fewer bugs bugs than osqa and we pay more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue it will be fixed without any formalities.

The biggest feature differences are (I'll fix difference at this when things change) - OSQA point - osqa has multiple federated a more flexible login system, which is very nice. That is you can log in to OSQA in many ways to the same account, while here you have to stick with just one. Also they have basic on-screen site configuration. These are the two main differences, there are some other minor ones.

However we plan to but it is tightly dedicated to the Q&A forum. We'll build a (federated+traditional) sign-on component login system that will work play with your pre-existing sites as site well - it will log you in to the pre-existing sites (as long as they are on the same domain, i.e. site1.example.com vs site2.example.com) and will and help you bootstrap into pre-existing manage user accounts on multiple sites and will do all that osqa's login system does.across the systems.

where do askbot and osqa come from - that's simple. The original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers - Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA has forked from my work. After about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one. Here is the explanation why I did that.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because I have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project for about a month and a half of from it's initial existence.beginning to the point I've split out.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but we have fewer bugs than osqa and we pay more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue it will be fixed without any formalities.

The biggest feature difference at this point - osqa has a more flexible login system, but it is tightly dedicated to the Q&A forum. We'll build a login system that will play with your pre-existing site well and help you manage user accounts across the systems.systems. In general our system will integrate with other sites better - this is our main focus.

where do askbot and osqa come from - that's simple. The original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers - Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA has forked from my work. After about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one. Here is the explanation why I did that.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot is technically a fork of and OSQA, but in reality you can tell it's the other way around, because have a common ancestor - my English translation and maintenance branch of CNPROG. Also I have developed the code base (NOT from scratch either - I explain below) that became osqa and I myself have worked for OSQA project on OSQA from it's beginning to till the point I've split out.decided to start this project.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but we have fewer bugs than osqa and we pay more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue it will be fixed without any formalities.

The biggest feature difference at this point - osqa has a more flexible login system, but it is tightly dedicated to the Q&A forum. We'll build a login system that will play with your pre-existing site well and help you manage user accounts across the systems. In general our system will integrate with other sites better - this is our main focus.

where do askbot and osqa come from - that's simple. The original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers - Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA has forked from my work. After about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one. Here is the explanation why I did that.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot and OSQA have a common ancestor - my English translation and maintenance branch of CNPROG. Also We also have some selected features (mainly invisible inner workings) that were developed for OSQA. I have myself worked on OSQA with the OSQA project from it's beginning till the point I've decided to start this project.one.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but we have fewer bugs than osqa and we pay more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue it will be fixed without any formalities.

The biggest feature difference at this point - osqa has a more flexible login system, but it is tightly dedicated to the Q&A forum. We'll build a login system that will play with your pre-existing site well and help you manage user accounts across the systems. In general our system will integrate with other sites better - this is our main focus.

where do askbot and osqa come from - that's simple. The original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers - Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA has forked from my work. After about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've decided to start this one. Here is the explanation why I did that.

Please have a chat with OSQA people too.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

Askbot and OSQA have The relationship with osqa is a common ancestor - my English translation and maintenance branch matter of CNPROG. We also have some selected features (mainly invisible inner workings) that were developed for OSQA. I have myself the past. I've worked with the on OSQA project from it's beginning till the point I've decided to start this one.

Anyway - at this point OSQA has more features than askbot, but we have fewer bugs than osqa and we pay more attention to detail. This part I guarantee. If you find an issue it will be fixed without any formalities.

The biggest feature difference at this point - osqa has a more flexible login system, but it is tightly dedicated to the Q&A forum. We'll build a login system that will play with your pre-existing site well and help you manage user accounts across the systems. In general our system will integrate with other sites better - this is our main focus.

where do askbot and osqa come from - that's simple. The original application is called CNPROG, which was written by two Chinese programmers - Mike Chen and Sailing Cai (naturally - the UI was in Chinese), that I've translated to English and kept working on for about 8 months, then OSQA has forked from my work. After about a month and a half of collaborating with OSQA I've and then decided to start this one. Here is the explanation why stop - because I did that.not like many things about how OSQA operates and treats my contribution which was:

  • original translation and internationalization of the CNPROG application from chinese
  • 8 months worth of maintenance and feature development work in my free time

Askbot brings a promise of delivering a stable product, albeit maybe with less features.

Please have Askbot aims to be a chat mashable django application that will easily co-exist and co-operate with OSQA people too.other applications running at the site.

Cheers.

Hey Oreon,

The relationship with osqa is a matter of the past. I've worked on OSQA project for about a month and a half and then decided to stop - because I did not like many things about how OSQA operates and treats my contribution which was:

  • original translation and internationalization of the CNPROG application from chinese
  • 8 months worth of maintenance and feature development work in my free time

Askbot brings a promise of delivering a stable product, albeit maybe with less features.

Askbot aims to be a mashable django application that will easily co-exist and co-operate with other applications (even non-django or python-based) running at the site.

Hey Oreon,

The relationship with osqa is a matter of the past. I've worked on OSQA project for about a month and a half and then decided to stop - because I did not like many things about how OSQA operates and treats my contribution which was:

  • original translation and internationalization of the CNPROG application from chinese
  • 8 months worth of maintenance and feature development work in my free time

Askbot brings a promise of delivering a stable product, albeit maybe with less features.

features. Askbot aims to be a mashable django application that will easily co-exist and co-operate with other applications (even non-django or python-based) running at the site.

Hey Oreon,

The relationship with osqa is a matter of the past. I've worked on OSQA project for about a month and a half and then decided to stop - because I did not like many things about how OSQA operates and treats my contribution which was:

  • original translation and internationalization of the CNPROG application from chinese
  • 8 months worth of maintenance and feature development work in my free time

Askbot brings a promise of delivering a stable product, albeit maybe with less features. features.

Askbot aims to be a mashable django application that will easily co-exist and co-operate with other applications (even non-django or python-based) running at the site.

Hey Oreon,

The relationship with osqa is a matter of the past. I've worked on OSQA project for about a month and a half and then decided to stop - because I did not like many things about how OSQA operates and treats my contribution which was:

  • original translation and internationalization of the chinese CNPROG application from chineseapplication
  • 8 months worth of maintenance and feature development work in my free time

Askbot brings a promise of delivering a stable product, albeit maybe with less features.

Askbot aims to be a mashable django application that will easily co-exist and co-operate with other applications (even non-django or python-based) running at the site.

Hey Oreon,

The relationship with osqa is a matter of the past. I've worked on OSQA project for about a month and a half and then decided to stop - because I did not like many things about how OSQA operates and treats my contribution which was:contribution.

  • original translation and internationalization of the chinese CNPROG application
  • 8 months worth of maintenance and feature development work in my free time

Askbot brings a promise of delivering a stable product, albeit maybe with less features.

Askbot aims to be a mashable django application that will easily co-exist and co-operate with other applications (even non-django or python-based) running at the site.