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To which extent can I use my own codes after I quit?

I think the site is clear that you retain copyright, so as Joseph has already said, you are free to do anything with your own codes, including using them or making them available to others at a ...
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To which extent can I use my own codes after I quit?

The site license says that when you post code, the material is available to others under the CC-SA conditions. That means that for example you can't simply 'pull' all of the content: important so that ...
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How to ensure that upon my demise, ownership of all my contributions in the StackExchange network is transferred to Community Wiki?

I think the short answer is that there is no official method to do this. To understand why, we need to think about how StackExchange operates (or at least the model that is supposed to apply). Posts ...
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To which extent can I use my own codes after I quit?

Do not do option one. The code will not be destroyed, but there are no good automated systems to repair the damage. This means SE employees, site moderators, and high rep users will have to do a lot ...
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Relicensing code from answers

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To which extent can I use my own codes after I quit?

First of all it should be noted that since you are the author of your codes, you will retain the full copyright under any normal jurisdiction (except maybe Cuba or North Korea). At this point it is ...
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Relicensing code from answers

Any code of mine that I publish on https://tex.stackexchange.com/ I hereby place in the public domain to the extent governable by law. Explicitly, I place it under the CC0.
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Relicensing code from answers

Any strings of characters, that I posted previously or I will post in the future to this site, automatically belong to you and are not mine. I am not responsible for any gain or loss of using them. ...
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Relicensing code from answers

Any code of mine that I publish on https://tex.stackexchange.com/ I hereby place under the LPPL, version 1.3 or later.
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Relicensing code from answers

Any code or in general anything of mine that I publish or have published previously on https://tex.stackexchange.com/ is free as in "free of charge" and "freedom". You can claim it as yours. No ...
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Relicensing code from answers

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Any code of mine that I have published or will publish on https://tex.stackexchange.com/ can be used under the terms of the LaTeX Project Public License either version 1.2 or, at your option, any ...
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Any code of mine that I publish on https://tex.stackexchange.com/ I hereby place in the public domain to the extent governable by law. Explicitly, I place it under the CC0.
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