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The moment you have been waiting for... Lotusphere Sessions DB 2007

Wed 29 Nov 2006, 04:19 PM



by Ben Langhinrichs
A full three weeks earlier than last year, and we have a real, honest to goodness,  Lotusphere 2007 Sessions DB page.  This is our seventh annual sessions db made available in Journal format that is suitable for synching with your PDA, or for just general browsing.  As you saw last year, there is much more functionality for general browsing, fun and scheduling this year!   Now, I don't know whether IBM is planning on releasing their own database, but I figured I'd better do it again just in case (as they haven't the last 11 years).  Perhaps IBM will put a link to our sessions database again this year on the official Lotusphere page, and maybe even a bit earlier.

This database is free for you to use either as is or with modifications.  If you make interesting changes, or build another tool around it such as a web services or .NET interface or whatever, let me know and I'll provide a link (or just update my db if you like) on the webpage.  Feel free to point anyone to this post or to the page directly.

I am actually doing a session this year, BP 203 Integrating WYSIWYG Web Editors with IBM Lotus Domino, and they have even given me a big room again (as you would know if you looked in the sessions db).  More soon...

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What has been said:


513.1. Ben Langhinrichs
(11/29/2006 04:37 PM)

Excellent! I can't wait.


513.2. John Coolidge
(11/30/2006 07:03 AM)

HI Ben I get an error adding to my calendar the code is loking for a begintime field that is not on the doc. I am fixing mine when i do want the code?

John


513.3. Ben Langhinrichs
(11/30/2006 07:13 AM)

Hmm, I may have erased that field by accident. I'll look into it.


513.4. Larry Jasmann
(12/07/2006 11:48 AM)

Hi Ben.. just happened to see your blog site. Do you remember me from Jones Day days with Sally Gonzales and all the rest? I am working now as a Program Manager with a transportation services company in Marylend (near DC). Still doing stuff with Lotus products...

Larry Jasmann