Here's the announcement, in a reply-to-a-reply-to-a-three-month-old-forum-post...


If you want to see what you are (going to be) missing, see the SAP Sybase SQL Anywhere Developer Center.

asked 08 Aug '13, 13:26

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Breck Carter
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To cite a cite from Dan's forum post there:

"Selecting the correct space is important to ensure your content gets the right visibility and increases its chances of receiving responses quickly from other SCN users. To find a relevant space..."

Dear SAP Sybase SQL Anywhere product management, do I have to think that this Developer Center is not that relevant anymore?

I guess I don't understanding that whole SAP SCN thing, sigh.

(09 Aug '13, 09:42) Volker Barth

Looks like they are going to do the same thing to SQL Anywhere that they did to PowerBuilder - I hope we can keep this forum as the SAP forums seem to have a variety of bugs and regular performance issues. Having experienced both - I recommend that you create a Independent User Group and keep this Forum the way it is.

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answered 09 Aug '13, 10:35

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seem to have a variety of bugs and regular performance issues

Well, that's what us old-school folks are used to call it. The new term seems to be "gamification"...

(09 Aug '13, 10:46) Volker Barth

Also I like the notification on topics of interest - a big plus for this forum and the way the data can be searched. If I were in SA Management I would fight to keep this Forum going.

(09 Aug '13, 11:02) Glenn Barber

This forum works so well for a LOT of us. A term coined a couple of years ago comes to mind, "The SAPification of SQL Anywhere"... I am beginning to understand that term much better.

(09 Aug '13, 12:55) Bill Aumen
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Wasn't it "SAPistration"? ...or is that too dark? :)

(09 Aug '13, 14:19) Breck Carter

I didn't want to mention who coined that phrase :). Trying to be Canadian nice while getting shafted... That looks like the more appropriate wording.

(09 Aug '13, 14:39) Bill Aumen
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