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I'll also say the Teligent community stuff seems pretty ugly to me. Reminds me of HP's godawful web site revision.
If we want community support, then perhaps it's time to create our own distributed support system that can't be withdrawn at a moment's notice.
There is post on the blog which indicates data from the old vBulliten site is going to migrated to this site over the next week or so.
Isn't it a pity that a company specialising in "communication" has so badly managed this that it's taken a ten days to get this response from them? No advanced warning to any users or moderators, the forums were taken down without warning so we can all live in this make believe facebook/twitter look alike with pop-ups telling me things all over the pages I view. Lack of contact from (the new) Zimbra with the Zimbra forums and it's members is inexcusable and it's left forum members without any alternative support - it's sad, so sad. :(
I guess you'll have noticed that in the Blog post it says "The process will take us about a week.", that's an additional week on top of the current downtime.
I totally agree. This is miserable... I feel like "clippy" might just jump out any second and try to "help" me with this bloody post with all these pop-up messages that don't do away. Plus, what about the Google index of all the wonderful support forum posts, which are all now useless.
On another post, phoenix2 confirmed that the same Dev and Support team members have remained. I am retracting an earlier comment.
You can get the google cached info, is that what you mean?
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