Background on polling questions: Stack Exchange by it's very nature to a voting Q&A site, which is to say every question is a poll. The best explanation of the difference between a "polling" question and a SE question might be found in Aarobot answer here; which is referenced by Jeff Atwood here on the Stack Overflow blog.
Question this question is about: Google Code Search Replacement
Here's why I do not believe it's a poll:
- Question is looking for a replacement for a now discontinued programing tool, Google Code Search.
- Google Code Search's is a well defined solution, and to search for a replacement is not subjective; meaning the best answer would be an exact clone of the tool.
While I might be wrong, I believe Yannis Rizos comment on an answer points to my observations above:
Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference. Especially since you are the co-founder, you should expand the answer a bit and tell us why your service is a good alternative.
Meaning for a good answer it must be in the context of being an alternative to Google Code Search, and every answer is not as good as another answer.