Rolf Kremer

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Another Groupware…

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On Tuesday I was in Olpe (Germany) to a workshop of the Open-Xchange Hosting Edition (OX HE). Open-Xchange is a groupware system which is running on a Linux operating system. It provides a collaboration suite with email, calendar, contacts, tasks, bookmarks and an info store. The frontend of the OX HE is the same as for the OX Express Edition. Both frontends look like a modern AJAX-based frontend. The architecture has changed basically compared to the version 5 and makes a solid and thought-out impression. In the workshop we have installed a OX HE server in a VMWare session with a Debian operating system. If you want to take a look to the user interface you can do it in the PAVONE Solution Center or on the Open-Xchange website. Both websites allows it without registration.

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January 31, 2008 at 9:27 pm

Posted in Lotus Notes

Lotusphere Comes to You Event – free of charge

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This year four colleagues were on the Lotusphere in Orlando. They will provide you with the trends and impressions of Lotus Notes/Domino, Lotus Symphony, Composite Applications, Lotus Sametime and so on. If you are interested please read the agenda of this event. Advantage: This event is free of charge for you. Maybe for some of you a disadvantage: It will take place in Paderborn (Germany)… 🙂

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January 30, 2008 at 11:14 pm

Posted in Lotus Notes

Soccer on another continent

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Since some days the Africa Cup of Nations 2008 ( Wikipedia) in Ghana is running. Some years ago, I could not think that all games of this cup can be watched live on Television. Eurosport is broadcast all games live. So, I watched some games the last days. Some games were very good and interesting. For example the game South Africa – Angola or Morocco – Guinea. Several players of the national teams earn her money in European soccer clubs.

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January 26, 2008 at 5:34 pm

Posted in Tor Report

Human-oriented thinking

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I wrote a new article for the Project management blog on euluc.org: Humanorientiertes Denken und Handeln. The language is german. Euluc.org is based on Lotus Connections and a community for DNUG members and interested people about Lotus Notes/Domino, Lotus Connections and Lotus Quickr and so on.

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January 26, 2008 at 5:25 pm

New guidelines for User experience design

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As mentioned in some other blogs a new pdf file is available. This file contains guidelines for developing Eclipse-based tools which should be used in Lotus Notes 8, Lotus Sametime, Lotus Symhony or Expeditor.

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January 20, 2008 at 10:11 pm

Posted in Lotus Notes

New ‘toy’…

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On Friday I received a new device for me: a Nintendo DS Lite. Ok, this is not new and it is not very special. But, it is my first Nintendo device. I bought it since I want to play Dr. Kawashima’s brain training. Unfortunately, this ‘game’ is only available for a Nintendo and not for a Windows Mobile device.

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January 20, 2008 at 9:52 pm

Posted in Other Things

First impressions of the Domino Blog Template

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The current design of this website is nearly two years old. So, I want to update this website. Since it is difficult
and time-consuming I decided to not update this Lotus Notes/Domino database. Instead I want to use the Domino Blog template which was delivered with IBM Lotus Notes. I installed a new database based on the template on the server and created a new theme. Unfortunately, there is no documentation for the template. So, you have to learn it yourself. Some tips are available on Steve Castledine’s website, but a really  documentation is missing. For example, after I had updated the theme the archives and categories sections does not work. I have not found no way how the “$DXMonths$” and “$DXCategories$” tags will be filled with content. If anybody knows where I can find a documentation or has a tip, please send me an e-mail (‘mail at r-k.de’) or add an entry in my guestbook.

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January 19, 2008 at 5:38 pm

Posted in Blogging