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If StackExchange becomes open source, would you agree to migrate to it?

I initially posted this question on ask.sagemath, but @kcrisman, invite me to post it here:

I rub salt in the wound on meta.stackoverflow about the question of Open Sourcing StackExchange,
see here (it currently scores -10, so some help would be welcome...).

The motivation of my previous topic is that I read on ask.sagemath here that some people are not agree to migrate to StackExchange because it in not open source (not yet...).

So I ask to you the following question:

If StackExchange becomes open source, would you agree to migrate to it ?

Here is the comment of @kcrisman:

Presumably one relevant question is whether it is technically even possible to do so in terms of the database. That would be a good question for askbot.org

If StackExchange becomes open source, would you agree to migrate to it?

I initially posted this question on ask.sagemath, ask.sagemath (here), but @kcrisman, invite invites me to post it here:

I rub salt in the wound on meta.stackoverflow about the question of Open Sourcing StackExchange,
see here (it currently scores -10, so some help would be welcome...).

The motivation of my previous topic is that I read on ask.sagemath here that some people are not agree to migrate to StackExchange because it in not open source (not yet...).

So I ask to you the following question:

If StackExchange becomes open source, would you agree to migrate to it ?

Here is the comment of @kcrisman:

Presumably one relevant question is whether it is technically even possible to do so in terms of the database. That would be a good question for askbot.org

If StackExchange becomes open source, would you agree to migrate to it?

I initially posted this question on ask.sagemath (here), , but @kcrisman, invites me to post it here:

I rub salt in the wound on meta.stackoverflow about the question of Open Sourcing StackExchange,
see here (it currently scores -10, so some help would be welcome...).

The motivation of my previous topic is that I read on ask.sagemath here that some people are not agree to migrate to StackExchange because it in not open source (not yet...).

So I ask to you the following question:

If StackExchange becomes open source, would you agree to migrate to it ?

Here is the comment of @kcrisman:

Presumably one relevant question is whether it is technically even possible to do so in terms of the database. That would be a good question for askbot.org

If StackExchange becomes open source, would you agree to migrate to it?

I initially posted this question on ask.sagemath here, but @kcrisman, invites me to post it here:

I rub salt in the wound on meta.stackoverflow about the question of Open Sourcing StackExchange,
see here (it currently scores -10, so some help would be welcome...).

The motivation of my previous topic is that I read on ask.sagemath here that some people are not agree to migrate to StackExchange because it in not open source (not yet...).

So I ask to you the following question:

If StackExchange becomes open source, would you agree to migrate to it ?

Here is the comment of @kcrisman:

Presumably one relevant question is whether it is technically even possible to do so in terms of the database. That would be a good question for askbot.org

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If StackExchange becomes open source, would you agree Is it technically possible to migrate to it?StackExchange (if it becomes open-source) ?

I initially posted this question on ask.sagemath here, but @kcrisman, @kcrisman invites me to post this question here.

@kcrisman comment: presumably one relevant question is whether it here:is technically even possible to do so in terms of the database. That would be a good question for askbot.org

I rub salt in the wound on meta.stackoverflow , about the question of Open Sourcing StackExchange,
see here (it
StackExchange (my topic currently scores -10, so some help would be welcome...).

The motivation of my previous this SX topic is that I read on ask.sagemath here that some people are not agree to migrate to StackExchange SX because it in is not open source (not yet...).

So I ask to you the following question: if StackExchange becomes open source:

If StackExchange becomes open Is it technically possible to migrate source, to it, and if so, would you agree to migrate to it ?

Here is the comment of @kcrisman:

Presumably one relevant question is whether it is technically even possible to do so in terms of the database. That would be a good question for askbot.org?

Is it technically possible to migrate to StackExchange (if it becomes open-source) ?

@kcrisman invites me to post this question here.

@kcrisman comment: presumably one relevant question is whether it is technically even possible to do so in terms of the database. That would be a good question for askbot.org

I rub salt in the wound on meta.stackoverflow, meta.stackoverflow about the question of Open Sourcing StackExchange (my :

http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/186641/are-there-noble-reasons-for-stackexchange-does-not-become-open-source

My topic currently scores -10, so some help would be welcome...). welcome...

The motivation of this SX topic is that I read on ask.sagemath that some people are not agree to migrate to SX because it is not open source (not yet...).

So if StackExchange becomes open source:

Is it technically possible to migrate to it, and if so, would you agree to migrate ?

Is it technically possible to migrate to StackExchange (if it becomes open-source) ?

@kcrisman invites me to post this question here.

@kcrisman comment: presumably one relevant question is whether it is technically even possible to do so in terms of the database. That would be a good question for askbot.org

I rub salt in the wound on meta.stackoverflow about the question of Open Sourcing StackExchange :

StackExchange.

http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/186641/are-there-noble-reasons-for-stackexchange-does-not-become-open-source

My (My topic currently scores -10, so some help would be welcome... welcome...) :

http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/186641/are-there-noble-reasons-for-stackexchange-does-not-become-open-source

The motivation of this SX topic is that I read on ask.sagemath ask.sagemath.org that some people are not agree to migrate to SX because it is not open source (not yet...).

So if StackExchange becomes open source:

Is it technically possible to migrate to it, and if so, would you agree to migrate ?