Community written guides on OpenNTF wiki 

By Roberto Boccadoro | 7/10/19 4:42 AM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

In the collaboration community, a.k.a yellowverse, the need for step-by-step product guides, installation, tuning, etc… has always been present, not because the official documentation is bad, but because if you follow it, you have to jump from a place to another in order to finish the installation of a product. See for example the installation of Connections where the Knowledge Base tells you “install DB2” and points you to the DB2 KB, then “install WAS” and points you to the WAS KB, and so on.

HCL is doing so many things right, but... 

By Ben Langhinrichs | 7/3/19 12:58 PM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

Overall, HCL has been doing a terrific job. They have revitalized Notes/Domino and fixed some longstanding bugs. They have worked with business partners better than IBM has in a long time. They have injected hope and enthusiasm, and have mostly met all the deadlines they've set for themselves. They have shown vision and commitment to future versions, and I see customers responding.

Thank you IBM. So Long, and thanks for all the fish 

By Mat Newman | 6/30/19 9:33 AM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

I will never forget the most memorable moments that occurred at the conference formerly known as Lotusphere. 2 of them, especially, had a huge impact on my life and my career. On the morning of the 30th of January, 2013, I was approached by Jason Hatch, the then CTP leader for Asia Pacific (AP), with a proposition.

Redesigning Templates – A HCL Design Project 

By Gabriella Davis | 6/26/19 2:27 AM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

I’m very pleased to announce the launch of a new project I am working on with HCL to reinvigorate the Notes and Domino templates as they roll out on new client platforms such as iPhone, tablet and a lightweight web client. See here for more information on the project.

Sametime Limited Use Version 10 ... What’s the T ’sis? 

By Mat Newman | 6/19/19 4:52 PM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

By now, you are sure to have heard the news. Sametime Limited Use Version 10, announced at the end of May, is available for download on passport advantage. Customers with current entitlements to Notes/iNotes/Verse can download this new version of Sametime and deploy it to their users.