Thanks, Vern!

I did see that, and I was very, very happy when I did!  I was just worried because I couldn't find the information and now there's a second "drop dead" date (end of March, I think). But the problem is I went into Community and not Support.  I just used the Search on Support and actually found that page!

One minor caveat, there is a LOT of information there and I may need to re-learn how to properly prune my searches.  For example, the article comes up at the top of the list if I use "IBM i Services", but if I use "DB2 Services" it does not and there are roughly 700,000 matching entries.  On the (very) plus side, though, I was able to put USER_INFO (or any other service name) into the search bar and get directed directly to that page, from which I could follow the breadcrumbs to get any other information.

All in all, fantastic job.

On 1/21/2020 11:52 AM, Vernon Hamberg wrote:
Hi Joe

Sue Romano sent this here on Christmas Eve day -

Ok, a Christmas present for all of you.

Here is a glimpse of what is coming:

The conversion is happening. It won't all be there by January 1, but the
content will not be lost.

On 1/21/2020 11:20 AM, Joe Pluta wrote:
I logged in to the new and exciting IBM Community platform, and there's not even a section related to midrange or IBM i.  There is one for IBM z, but not for i. Mostly related to MQSeries and WAS.

So, any ideas where this stuff is going?  Otherwise, I'll have to crawl it.

Wonder if I can just get everything into the Wayback machine?

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