I'm an Indie Mac Developer with several apps, most of which are fairly technical or even developer- or web-developer-targeted.
I'd love to have a StackExchange-style forum available for my users to post support questions that I (and the community) can answer.
I'm not sure whether I would ideally:
A) have my own white-labelled StackExchange site, or
B) just use an existing StackExchange site like AskDifferent
I realize that option A above is probably not available to me (but please correct me if I'm wrong). But again, option B may actually be just as good for me and my users, or maybe even better.
Is this an appropriate use of AskDifferent? Am I allowed to direct the users of my Mac Apps here to post their support questions (which, again, are likely to be fairly technical in nature for my developer-focused apps)?
Is some other StackExchange site more appropriate for this? SuperUser?
One final note:
I noticed that the AskDifferent FAQ states that:
and [Ask Different] is not about ...
- programming, with the exception of AppleScript and Automator
Please note that the app I'm most interested in providing support for here is basically "Automator for the web" and is implemented using AppleScript.
It's called Fake: