ColdFusion Blog redirection to ColdFusion Community Portal

May 2, 2018
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ColdFusion Blog redirection to ColdFusion Community Portal

Staff 8 posts
Followers: 3 people
May 2, 2018

We announced the new ColdFusion Community Portal, last year. We have been maintaining the ColdFusion Blog and ColdFusion Community portal in parallel. In an endeavor to serve you better on a single platform, we have decided to redirect ColdFusion Blog to ColdFusion Community Portal. All the existing blogs/comments can now be accessed via the community portal as well. Only a few “subscribe” comments have not been updated on the posts available on the community portal. The changes will be implemented on May 3, 2018 around 12 noon EST. Unlike the blogs, you can subscribe to the RSS Feed and the Comments Feed on the ColdFusion Community Portal. This is a duplicate post from ColdFusion Blog redirection announcement.

Looking forward to a lot more contribution on the the community portal. Let’s make it successful and useful for our fellow community members.

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2018-05-14 14:41:58
2018-05-14 14:41:58

When are the articles from the legacy site going to be moved here?

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Stephen Walker
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2018-05-15 08:17:06
2018-05-15 08:17:06
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Stephen, can you share the links of article from the legacy site, you are referring to, for better clarity?

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Anit Kumar Panda
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2018-05-15 12:06:02
2018-05-15 12:06:02
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Anit Kumar Panda
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Anit, click the first link in this post. Since the blogs site was your official channel, all of the articles that were there should be moved over for reference.

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Stephen Walker
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2018-05-16 08:47:39
2018-05-16 08:47:39
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Stephen Walker
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If I have understood the concern correctly, you are referring to the blog articles on old blog site? If that’s the case, then all the blog articles are now available on CF Community portal. Let me know, if I am missing something.

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2018-05-13 20:23:55
2018-05-13 20:23:55

I agree with Aaron that there should be an easy way to read the official channel and the community channel. Since this is WordPress that should be pretty easy to do with an additional category or a tag.

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2018-05-06 18:19:57
2018-05-06 18:19:57

Ugh, “Your comment is awaiting moderation.”

Probably for the best. All of my posts should be moderated 😉

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Aaron Neff
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2018-05-08 09:43:02
2018-05-08 09:43:02
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Aaron Neff
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Done 🙂

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2018-05-06 18:18:36
2018-05-06 18:18:36

Hi Anit,

Very nice idea!

Note: I don’t see your post listed at https://coldfusion.adobe.com/category/blog/. I only see your post listed here: https://coldfusion.adobe.com/.

Two suggestions:
1) There should be a URL where we can see -only- the official CF blog/FAQ/etc posts. Perhaps https://coldfusion.adobe.com/category/cfteam.
2) All official CF blog/FAQ/etc posts should have an Adobe logo/icon on them, so that when we look at https://coldfusion.adobe.com/ and https://coldfusion.adobe.com/category/blog/ etc, we can easily identify which posts are officially from the Adobe CF Team.

Thanks!,
-Aaron

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Aaron Neff
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2018-05-06 18:28:49
2018-05-06 18:28:49
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Aaron Neff
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Regarding “1) There should be a URL”

Please ignore that idea.

New idea: A filter at top of blog/FAQ/etc pages:

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Filter: [X] Adobe [ ] Community
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That way we can filter the blog/FAQ/etc pages to show -only- official Adobe posts, if we want.

Thanks!,
-Aaron

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Aaron Neff
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2018-05-08 15:01:37
2018-05-08 15:01:37
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Aaron Neff
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Thanks Aaron. One of the intent for ColdFusion Community Portal is to have a common platform for both Adobe and community and not to differentiate between the contribution from various sources. We can discuss this further, if you would like to.

Having a Adobe logo/icon on the blog posts made by Adobe – Nice idea. Let me check this.

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Anit Kumar Panda
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2018-05-08 21:25:39
2018-05-08 21:25:39
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Anit Kumar Panda
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+1. I hope you will please make this happen. It is important for people to be able to easily find any “official” posts from Adobe, separate from any/many community-contributed posts.

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Anit Kumar Panda
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2018-05-18 21:43:35
2018-05-18 21:43:35
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Anit Kumar Panda
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Hi Anit,

YVW, regarding the Adobe icon/logo suggestion. And thanks for considering!

Now, regarding this filter idea:

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Filter: [X] Adobe [ ] Community
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Without that, then Adobe’s own announcements (including security ones) will get buried under all the community activity.

Thanks!,
-Aaron

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