This has just taken place.
no longer exists.
On Tue, Nov 26, 2013 at 6:09 PM, Alexandros Kosiaris
As many of you might be aware, etherpad.wikimedia.org
migrated a couple of months ago from the old and no longer supported
etherpad software to the new, actively supported, etherpad-lite
software. The move also involved the migration of pads from the old
software to the new, a process which was quite successful, albeit not
without glitches. Since then the old installation has been kept around
in a read-only state in order
to facilitate people to access pads that, for whatever reason, may not
have made it to the new installation unscathed (or at all). This
service will be discontinued and taken offline on Monday, 30 December
2013. That grants 30+ days to people to copy out any necessary pads.
With that in mind, the operations team would like to remind everyone
was never intended to be a permanent
storage for pads. Preservation of a pad is up to the people interested
in preserving that pad in another format.
Alexandros Kosiaris <akosiaris(a)wikimedia.org>