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asked 05 Mar '10, 17:02

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Good idea - I would just add a "Blogs" subtitle over the corresponding list:)

(06 Mar '10, 09:45) Volker Barth
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And maybe the DocCommentXchange could get its own link - I see it's included in the manuals link, but as it is referenced quite often here (and is a really great and "community-focussed" feature IMHO), it might deserve direct access.

(06 Mar '10, 09:48) Volker Barth
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A link to the support platforms doc would be good, also perhaps the EOL status one as well.

(06 Aug '10, 20:22) Justin Willey

@Justin: Breck-The-Lazy asks, "give me the links, I will add them"... perhaps the MobiLink ODBC Driver pages too.

(07 Aug '10, 16:22) Breck Carter

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