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Valentines and Cheap Gifts

Mon 14 Feb 2011, 07:39 AM

by Ben Langhinrichs
Happy Valentine's Day. To honor the spirit, let's spread a little love around to the wonderfully collaborative Lotus community...

For $35, you can't find much better value than IdoSphere. Perhaps you could buy a pass for your (geeky) Valentine.

I bought a pass myself, by the way, (and, yes, Chris offered me a freebie, but I turned him down), and am looking forward to the sessions.

Because there have been a few changes, and some additional archived sessions from Lotusphere, I've updated the IdoSphere Sessions database.  Be sure to replicate changes down from Tranquility, the public server so graciously hosted by The Turtle Partnership.

Golly, with all this cross-promotional effort and mutual support and traffic from Twitter and Facebook, you'd almost thing we were a social business.

Copyright © 2011 Genii Software Ltd.

What has been said:

1003.1. Jason
(14/02/2011 13:13)

I like the idea of IdoSphere, xPages101 etc very much. So I too have signed up. Making the live content is going to be difficult but having access to the recorded content makes it more than worthwhile.

1003.2. Vitor Pereira
(02/14/2011 01:41 PM)

Ben, please take a look at session "DEV05 Notes/Domino Application Development Competitive Advantage", it's listed as running from 03:30pm to 04:45am, although John Head usually delivers great presentations I'm pretty sure no one wants to listen to him that long :)

1003.3. Ben Langhinrichs
(02/14/2011 01:46 PM)

Vitor - Thanks! Yes, I'm quite sure I couldn't listen to John for that long, although it is possible he'd keep talking for that long if allowed.

I'll get this fixed right away.

1003.4. Vitor Pereira
(02/14/2011 02:20 PM)

In the view I can see it's fixed now but cannot open the document. Throws up error "Internal error: Corrupted formula instance detected".

1003.5. Ben Langhinrichs
(02/14/2011 02:54 PM)

Yes, it's fixed now. I accidentally used a test version of Midas on my development laptop that is overeager about hide-when formulas.