Talkyard - Forum software, brings together the best from StackOverflow, Discourse, Slack, Reddit, Disqus

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Talkyard is a Forum software, brings together the best from StackOverflow, Discourse, Slack etc. It helps people find help "instantly", in Question & Answers topics, Discuss, upvote and choose the right things to do. It also provides support to do team chat, Add embedded comments to the blog.

https://www.talkyard.io
https://github.com/debiki/talkyard

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