StackExchange is looking to discontinue all community blogs, including our own. They are asking what we want to be done with our old posts (for example, migration to 3rd parties). Does anybody have opinions on this? I am interested in the opinion of post authors and the editors, in particular.
Our blog hasn't seen new posts in over 4 years, and is unlikely to see new ones at this rate. However, I know that a number of us run our own active blogs. So we might be interested in migrating our posts. For example, I have migrated/adapted my two posts on quantum query complexity (original) and the negative adversary method (original) over to my own blog nearly three years ago.
As a possible option, the blog I run -- TheEGG -- is a community project and has over 18 contributors. I would be happy to welcome any of the non-time specific (i.e. not the old conference announcements/dissections) posts over to my blog if their authors don't run their own blogs (or think it fits poorly with their more narrow theme). I would stagger their (re)release over the coming weeks. If they are interested, I might make slight stylistic edit suggestions to the respective authors to make their post(s) fit better with TheEGG's readership. If you are interested in having your post go this route, either respond in the comments here or email me at: lastname (dot) firstname (at) gmail (dot) com.
As a second, low effort, option: We can simply convert the blog to static pages that would remain on servers that SE manages.