(Hopefully this is a nod to Ian Betteridge in my subject line there).
I read this last night, on ticket 4010693:
Update: Adobe has copied the wiki docs over to AEM (Adobe Experience Manager). The AEM docs cannot be edited by anyone outside of Adobe. The wiki will be taken offline in about a week or so (guessing October 1st).
To verify, see Adobe's comments here: https://bugbase.adobe.com/index.cfm?event=bug&id=3921578
And the comment in question is (from the pleasingly named "Jacob Jayakar Royal"):
Yes, Nitin, already migrated. All our CF content is there in helpx already. Wiki pages can't be viewed after a week or so.
So... um... what?
The only useful thing Adobe have ever done with the ColdFusion docs is to put them on the wiki so we (ie: the community) could actually fix them up. And now it seems they're taking it back in house?
I can't see anything that confirms Aaron's comment that "The AEM docs cannot be edited by anyone outside of Adobe", but that would really suck if it was so.
It would be really good if someone from Adobe (I'm looking at you, Anit) could clarify what's going on here?