I should have known better, however, it was Breck's current blog article that made me realize the great iAnywhere blogs are no more available on their former URL, i.e. http://www.sybase.com/sqlanyblogs.
As a number of answers here link back to these blogs (and particularly to some great SA whitepapers that were "collected" on Glenn's blog under URL http://iablog.sybase.com/paulley/whitepapers/) - is there a way to point those back to their new home in the SAP web?
Yes, I do assume they are valuable enough to be migrated over there, apparently.
asked 17 Jun '13, 11:51
Generally, every Sybase blogger was made responsible to move their own content to sap.com. I am moving the SQL Anywhere material over to the SQL Anywhere Community from my blog and Glenns' blog. I am not migrating everything, only those posts that did not have some sort of time sensitivity (eg. conference announcements/reviews will not be moved over).
You may have already seen some of Glenn's posts (as well as mine) being reposted to the SQL Anywhere Community Blog. I have been trying to title these posts as "From the Archives" and release them regularly. I was thinking that by reposting them slowly, I could avoid the flood of spam accusations from other SAP community people and give some new people a chance to read some of Glenn's excellent content.
As for pages like Glenn's 'whitepapers' page, I am also planning to move those over and update the links.
FYI, we have most (if not all) of the whitepaper content moved over to SCN, and I am told that support is working on moving the technotes over. A better interface to these documents is needed, since currently all we have is a giant laundry list of documents, but at least they are there, and findable via search.