I noticed the other day that sqrtools.com has disappeared.
This was the site run by consultant Tony DeLia. It contained many pieces
of code and utilities, plus general information, and was decorated with
his own original artwork. I assume that he is no longer working with
SQR, but I can't find any good information. There were a couple
of inquiries on the SQRUG email list but no answers.
There are only a handful of major SQR-related
sites on the web, and sqrtools was one of them. Sorry to see it go.
(Shameless plug: My own site, sqr-info.com,
is still available and waiting for your visit.)
Fortunately, we can take a peek at old versions of many web sites by using
the Wayback Machine (www.archive.org). While Google caches
current pages, the Wayback Machine keeps historical versions (although not
necessarily all of them or every image). After checking
out sqrtools, take a look at some of the old designs for the PeopleSoft site.
That one really came a long way!