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From the website:

Stet is a software system designed to collect, organize and grok comments on texts made available online for public comment. It is primarily an AJAX application, written in Javascript and Perl. (Calling it a “Web 2.0” system would be anachronistic at this point, as the original stet was started in 2005 before the term was coined; however, it is a pretty Web-2.0-y application.) It uses the Request Tracker (RT) system for tracking comments and responses and resolutions to comments.

The Software Freedom Law Center designed and implemented stet originally for its client, the Free Software Foundation. The first instance of stet ran the GPLv3 (and related licenses) comment process.
Stet was originally written by Orion Montoya on contract with the Software Freedom Law Center.

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