Monthly Archives: January 2011

Lotusphere – Jumpstart day

Here is a summary of my experiences on Jumpstart day: JMP301 Masterclass: Defence against the dark arts Although an administrator session I thought it would be good to hear a bit more on Notes security. On the other hand the

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Lotusphere sessions videos

In the LS goodies bags you can find an order form for LS sessions on DVD. While other events are available online for free (MIX, WWDC, I/O) Lotusphere is still available with restrictions for a considerable price. Maybe a vote

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Arrived at the Cockroach/Swan hotel – Lotusphere

Today I arrived after a long trip at the Swan hotel and discovered after 10 minutes a cockroach in my room (#951 East if you happen to get that room assigned). I explicitly asked after a single key to my

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!NO! more struggle with XPages as RSS source and JWPlayer

I am working on embedding JWPlayer in a Domino app and I want to use an XPages to generate an RSS feed for a playlist. Via this way I can apply some ‘intelligence’ and direct which related items the playlist

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Q2: Use an XPage as RSS source

Thanks for all the help I got on this post. However I have some remaining questions how to build an RSS feed based on an XPage. Here is the code so far: /******************** START SAMPLE CODE ********************/ var con:javax.faces.context.ExternalContext =

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JWPlayer – Anyone solved how to generate the player embed codes on a Domino server?

I have come quiet far with my XPagified version of OpenTV. I am using the JWPlayer which work excellent. Right now I am looking for a way to generate player embed codes so you can link from other websites to

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Spotlight on your startscreen: available @OpenNTF

I have embedded the code in AppDev Template project on OpenNTF. This application can be used as the default template for new development projects for the Lotus Notes client. You can download version 2 of it here. Notice that dates

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