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Templatic has one called Q&A WordPress. Here is the demo.
To make that part of my existing site, I'd use custom post type, Say a post type as QA and registered users can do post( ask questions) and others can comment(give answers). Using the Roles and Capability feature of wordpress we can create moderators/editors/users for question answer section. We can configure wordpress to accept posts of that post-type ...
GD Star Rating is pretty comprehensive.
For all of my rating uses i use WP-PostRatings http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-postratings/
Stackexchange uses the classic Markdown. I think this plugin will work for you. Also the code parts uses Google Code Prettify, which also has a WordPress plugin.
WPMU's Q&A plugin has almost all the functionality you're looking for -- it uses HTML instead of Markdown. The admin panel lets you assign various capabilities to different roles, including the ability to edit others' questions and answers.
On line 704 it mentions something about "User_ID => 5". Not sure, but this might have something to do with your problem? // debug shit $args = array('user_ID' => 5); rhb_check_user_badges( $args );
I don't know of a plugin but the easiest way is to just embed your stack flair: http://stackoverflow.com/users/flair For a more detialed solution I recommend you just fetch the Stack API using the the WordPress HTTP API, the docs are here: http://codex.wordpress.org/HTTP_API The Stack API is very easy to work with and returns JSON. For you reputation for ...
Use an RSS feed widget and grab the RSS feed of the SE site. In the case of this site: http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/feeds/
Or you can use this Plugin right here : stackoverflow+ You can find it's Documentation Here: Stackoverflow+ Documentation
I think it's pretty self-explanatory, see the SE flair page. http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/users/flair Simply copy the provided HTML and paste it into the appropriate template file. I didn't down vote, but i can understand why, this is really basic copy and paste HTML..
I recently created a WordPress site for a conference and I used the following plugins: Conference Schedule by Simon Wheatley Contact Form 7 + Contact Form to DB Extension to capture abstract submissions (although I never found an answer to my StackExchange question about how to capture dynamically added fields to the form, which would really have been very ...
late answer Another Plugin As you can read here, WP Event Ticketing is no longer supported, but has someone who took it over and made EventEspresso 1) out of it. At a first brief look, it seems to be well thought. PROS: I haven't found one. CONS: Point is, that the plugin adds tons of new tables. There're also (afaik) only activation functions to add ...
Can't answer completely now, but i could achieve a vote on/off functionality by implementing a "custom comment type". It behaves very much like a comment, except it doesn't get listed/counted as a normal comment and can be retrieved independently from the comments table. If you are interested I can post some code (quite some hacking into it, so i'll post ...
I recently used http://wpeventticketing.com/ for WDC2011 in October, I didn't look to far in to all the options but I think it can do everything you're looking for. I'd suggest also using MailChimp for emailing attendees as it is far better than anything I've found to plugin to WordPress.
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