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Some notes for Domino Application Developers

I have just finished up judging all the entries for the OpenNTF Development Contest and I must say there were some great entries, it certainly wasn’t an easy job trying to pick out the best so I went about my

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Signature Capture Control Now On OpenNTF

The signature capture control is now available on OpenNTF licensed under the APL V2 license.

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the fileSendr Project on OpenNTF

Since figuring out how to get XPages to talk to Amazon S3 I decided to look into an old project I had on OpenNTF called fileSendr and add the functionality to it. fileSendr V1.0.2 is now available on OpenNTF and

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OpenNTF : Don’t mix your licenses

Earlier today, Julian Buss released a new project on OpenNTF called YouAtNotes xCharting under the GPL license. I have absolutely no problem with his license choice, I fought hard to have the GPL license be a valid license type on

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New OpenNTF project now available : fileSendr

We’ve all seen it happen, a user tries to send a 100MB file to somebody via email, probably to a customer or client that needs to get the file today and what happens… well the file gets bounced back because

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Lotus Awards For OpenNTF and GPL Submissions

As you may have heard over on Ed Brill’s blog and on the OpenNTF blog and even talked about in the Taking Notes 100th Episode PodCast, IBM Lotus have added two new awards to the Lotus Awards ( formally Beacon

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xTalk Is on OpenNTF

When IBM Lotus Notes/Domino 8.5.1 was released on Monday I also released a new open source project on OpenNTF called xTalk. I’ve talked about it here a few times already but now I want to describe a few of the

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