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BEA Dev2Dev/Arch2Arch Status and Migration Update

Bob Rhubart
Community Manager, Oracle Groundbreakers Team

Earlier today an email went out to members of the global BEA Dev2Dev/Arch2Arch community with information on the status of those community Web sites and the migration of resources to the Oracle Technology Network. I've posted that message on wiki.oracle.com and will update the information as the migration proceeds.

BEA Dev2Dev/Arch2Arch bloggers who have not yet migrated to new blogs should make every effort to do so now. The clock is ticking...

 

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Comments ( 3 )
  • Jacek Monday, August 4, 2008
    Hi,
    Could you make accessible this one: http://dev2dev.bea.com/blog/gmally/archive/2007/11/using_workshop.html
  • Bob Rhubart Monday, August 4, 2008
    Sorry Jacek, but that's not possible. Individual Dev2Dev/Arch2Arch bloggers were responsible for migrating or otherwise preserving content from their BEA blogs. It is possible that the author of the blog you mention has set up a new blog on blogs.oracle.com, or perhaps on some other blog. But unless the blogger in question has set up a new blog and migrated the post you've mentioned, that content is no longer available.
    If that blogger has migrated to the OTN blog. he/she may be listed here: http://wiki.oracle.com/page/List+of+Oracle-related+blogs
    That list organizes the blogs by topic, so you may be able to locate another blog that covers the same subject. Otherwise, you might try to find the information you need on the Oracle Forums (forums.oracle.com), or among the discussions on Oracle Mix (mix.oracle.com).
  • Bob Rhubart Thursday, November 8, 2012

    Ari,

    Hope you can forgive the ridiculously tardy reply, but I only just now saw your comment in the queue. I suspect that the article in question was a victim of housecleaning, especially since it dates back to the original migration of BEA Dev2Dev content to OTN back in 2008. A great many articles deemed out of date were deleted when we switched content management systems back in 2010.


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