Novak gives us the scoop on
the new (and soon to be available) Lotus Quickr product, including:
And so much more. Also,
don't forget to check out Rob's Quickr
FAQ, the Quickr
product page, and Stuart McIntyre's
- What happened to Quickplace? ("quick"
answer: Quickr >= Quickplace 8)
- What can you do with Quickr? How do
you customize it?
- What's the difference between running
Quickr on Domino NSF versus J2EE?
- What about the document management part
of the product (including connectors to Microsoft Office, Windows Explorer,
- What's the difference between the free
(via Passport entitlement) "Personal" version and the "Standard"
Episode 54 was sponsored by Integra
for Notes, solutions for Lotus
Notes integration and reporting to Microsoft Word and Excel.
The podcast is 22mb and runs 47:50 minutes at 64kps.
Technorati: Lotus Notes Domino Quickr Taking Notes
|Bruce and Julian finally got Thomas Gumz
on the podcast schedule. The interview has a LOT of densely packed information,
so listen closely. Subjects we covered include:
The DDM (Domino Domain Monitor) database
in R7 that Thomas also led the design for, with a quick discussion of "hacking"
that database to learn about tricks like rounded
table corners (a technique
that Ben Langhinrichs played
or writing an
event-driven tabbed interface
Using a Domino server as an Eclipse
Update Site, with features like:
managing plugins and packages for Sametime
7.5 clients as well as the forthcoming Notes 8 client
using the UpdateSite.ntf template on
a Domino 7 server to manage Sametime 7.5 plugins right now (or,
at least, as soon as the Domino 8 beta is available and we can get the
Notes replication allows you to easily
manage plugins for clients on local servers, instead of one big central
in the future, this may be how Notes
8 client updates are handled
- The evolution of the Domino Administrator
Client (that Thomas leads the design for), including:
- how it went from an oversized dialog
in 4.6 to a full Windows and Web client today
- cool things you can do with the Web
client, like starting and stopping Windows services on the server
notes\data\dfc\dfc100.nsf database (DFC = DOM Foundation Classes)
- "hacking" the Domino Admin
database code (for a cool example, see how Dovid Gross added
a custom server task for ACLHelp)
Again, tons of good stuff in there.
The podcast is 21.2mb and runs 46:27 minutes at 64kps.