cc-wiki-dump September 20, 2011

Creative Commons Data Dump Sep ’11

While we will always continue to produce Stack Exchange creative commons data dumps, we are moving to a quarterly schedule for all future dumps. We won’t be blogging each and every one, as it gets a bit monotonous. Please subscribe to our Clear Bits creator feed to be automatically notified when new Stack Exchange creative…
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While we will always continue to produce Stack Exchange creative commons data dumps, we are moving to a quarterly schedule for all future dumps. We won’t be blogging each and every one, as it gets a bit monotonous. Please subscribe to our Clear Bits creator feed to be automatically notified when new Stack Exchange creative commons data dumps become available!

The latest version of the Stack Exchange Creative Commons Data Dump is now available. This reflects all public data in …

… up to September 2011.

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