...for getting this forum back up and running?

asked 09 Dec '21, 10:38

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Me.......!

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answered 09 Dec '21, 10:44

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Aside: I had suspected the forum would go the way of the former SAP Coffee Corner, i.e. migrated to \null...

(09 Dec '21, 10:45) Volker Barth

I don't know who is behind this forum, but would like to thank them all, and also those who always write helpful comments and answers.

@Volker Barth @chris Keating @Breck Carter @Reg Domaratzki

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answered 18 May, 08:11

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That might be a good question on its own - here's a very short "history":

The original SQL Anywhere Forum ("SQLA") was started and run by Breck as a StackExchange site, you can see an early announcement in his blogs from November 2009, say this article. There are more blog articles showing the first steps.

After it was successfully embraced by the SQL Anywhere community, the site was migrated to a different platform as "SQLA 2.0" by the SQL Anywhere team and has been run officially by Sybase/SAP since February 2011, see here. Lots of older "meta-sqla" tagged threads will provide much more info.

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