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Lotusphere 2007

Genii Software's 7th Annual Lotusphere Agenda Database for PDA Synching and Session Planning

Wait! Before downloading, did you want the Lotusphere 2008 Sessions DB instead?

Back by popular demand, we have built a Journal database containing all the sessions listed on the official Lotusphere site. This database is based on the personal R5/ND6 Journal with a few added views, so it should synch with the Palm Pilot, but it also contains a wealth of useful information for planning out your schedule. Modify it all you want or make suggestions at for ways that we can make it more useful for you.

Version 1 - Created Nov. 29, 2006 4:15pm (Downloaded by 521 people)
Version 1a - Created Nov. 30, 2006 9:15pm (Downloaded by 1121 people)
Version 2 - Created Dec. 12, 2006 12:20am (Downloaded by 2145 people)
Version 3 - Created Jan. 15, 2007 12:30am (Downloaded by 4409 people)
Version 4 - Created Jan. 31, 2007 10:45am POST-LOTUSPHERE

Version 4 is actually a post-Lotusphere version which includes links to the session slides, example dbs and more where available. This version is good up until today, but I strongly advise you to replicate with the public version as described below, since we are adding new links outside of Lotusphere On-Line as fast as we can get them. We already have external links to updated presentations, sample dbs and more from Alan Bell, Alan Lepofsky, Andrew Pollack, Ben Langhinrichs (me), Bill Buchan, Chris Blatnick, Declan Lynch, Ed Brill, Gabriella Davis, Henry Newberry, Jens-B. Augustiny, John Head, John Vaughan, Julian Robichaux, Nathan Freeman, Rob Wunderlich, Scott Good, Sean Burgess and Steve Castledine.

Best of all, there is now a button to replicate down all changes (and comments) from Tranquility/TurtlePublic. New features such as podcast information will be updated throughout the Lotusphere week, so replicate at least once a day or you might miss exciting sessions/repeats and more. It just takes a click of the button, and you will have the latest and greatest information completely up to date.

We recommend that you replicate at least once after downloading the session database to ensure a proper connection and that you have the latest updates. From any view, just press the Update session database from shared replica action.

You can also set up scheduled replication using The Turtle Partnership's anonymous replication server called Tranquility/TurtlePublic at Obviously, be careful if you have made changes to sessions or design elements of your own. Just use File - Database - Open and put in and you will see the database. Replicate as you usually would.

But wait! Last year there was a lot of enthusiasm for a Blackberry version, so the wonderful people at The Turtle Partnership have done it again. Read about it on their blog. Their data is based on Version 3, so you can download it at will.