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An Update On My Involvement With OpenNTF

If you follow my blog you’ll know I have been very vocal about the changes that OpenNTF announced a while back.  One of my biggest areas of concern was that OpenNTF was moving towards only supporting the Apache Public License

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OpenNTF Licensing Discussion

There is an interesting discussion over on OpenNTF right now on how license files should be included in projects in the future, it is hoped that from the discussion that a set of policies can be created. I have expressed

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OpenNTF : It’s Getting There

I’ve been asked a couple of times since I pulled all my projects off OpenNTF if I would publish them elsewhere, The answer I have given so far is that I hope to be able to publish them back on

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OpenNTF : What Would Work Better For Me

Last Friday I made the decision to pull all my projects from OpenNTF until such a time that they have sorted out all the issues. I think many people reading the blog entry may have missed that one little word

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OpenNTF, I Tried, You Failed.

Back when I wrote Is openNTF In Danger Of Jumping The Shark on MAY 12th it sparked a lot of comments and other blog entries around the same topic. I was told, both online and offline, that the changes were

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Is OpenNTF In Danger Of Jumping The Shark

Back in January at Lotusphere there was a huge cheer when, during the opening general session, it was announced that IBM would be providing some resources to and partnering with OpenNTF. It is something that many in the notes community,

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Team Mailboxes

One thing I have come across in all the different organizations I have either worked for or I have done consultancy gigs at is the need for generic mailboxes that can be accessed by multiple people. Common examples of this

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