answers.semanticweb.com was a QA website a bit similar to here.
There were a lot of great questions and answers about SPARQL and related technologies.

The website got sold two times, and since a few weeks, it has been down.
QUESTION: Is there a place where I can download a dump of the questions and answers?

The content had been made CC-BY-SA 3.0:


There is a dump available from the wayback machine, and user SeDav has written and made available a ...

A script, that transforms questions from answers.semanticweb.com to a JSON file for possible migration


In order to download a copy of the site from the wayback machine you can use the ruby program wayback-machine-downloader (https://github.com/hartator/wayback-machine-downloader).

here's the information from the meta post - https://opendata.meta.stackexchange.com/a/366/1511

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