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Bring back the Sandbox on developerWorks 
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Use this IdeaSpace on how to improve the Lotus section of the developerWorks site.

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: Peter von Stöckel2682 02 Dec 2010
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In September 2010, IBM removed the Sandbox from developerWorks Lotus. With that removal, they also broke countless forum responses that link to specific Sandbox files, as well as links from countless blogs and web sites all over the world.
 
There are two ways to fix this. Either put the Sandbox back to where it was before, and thereby restore all broken links. The other way is to put it on OpenNTF, and make sure that every link to the old Sandbox is properly redirected to the same document on OpenNTF.
 
There are still lots of useful code and examples in the Sandbox, for both new and experienced developers and administrators, even if it's several years old by now, and I fail to see a good reason to remove it.
 
For the time being, the Sandbox can be accessed on my site: http://www.bananahome.com/ldd/sandbox.nsf
 





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