My Name is Christian Tillmanns and I am one of the founders of Informica of Switzerland. The other can present himself.
Another Blog, my god, was that necessary?
Duno. Is there already a blog about IBM Smart Business stuff? Nope. Don’t think so. We are the first.
Why the heck IBM Smart Business?
You will find out.
Only smart Business? How boring.
I can and will probably annoy you with other stuff. I am sure you always wanted to discuss the ball and string problem, settling with power or RSV and the 72 degrees offset on the R22/44.
… oh, BTW, IBM Smart Business and Lotus Foundations. Have I told you allready, that this blog is running on a Lotus Foundations Appliance?
Pretty easy to setup, once you know how to. Since I hate adminstration with a passion you only can dream of, it normaly takes me a very long time to figure out everything. For administrative stuff I have a very short attention span. That’s why you will see this blog changing constantly, while I find out, what I can do with it.
Now, how to setup a WordPress blog on Lotus Foundations.
1. Create a team for the blog. I choose … who would believe it … blog.
2. Create a Virtual Webserver: Webserver => Virtual Webserver Tab => Add virtual Webserver and fil in the URL, you can leave the IP address and choose the team.
3. Copy the downloaded WordPress Files in the www folder of your blog team.
4. RTFM from here
There is a slight problem with the autoinstallation of themes, but there is probably a solution for this.
If you don’t want to listen, GET OUT!
Fri, Apr 12th 2013 2:40a Christian Tillmanns When I was sitting through the SNOUG conference, I had not as usual, a seat in the front row. I prefer sitting up front, because I hear better and I don’t have to look around heads, to see the slides. Now this time I was sitting probably in the fifth row and during the day, something struck me. There were a lot of “listeners” just doing other things. Replying to emails, look at their phones for the length of a speech. Some of them around me, never ever listened to the poor guys [read] Keywords: office
We are damn stupid or hindsight is 20/20
Wed, Apr 10th 2013 2:33a Christian Tillmanns We as partners are always quick in pointing fingers towards Boston, when talking about the declining market share of Notes. Lately I just thought a while about things, what the partners could have done, to prevent this. Right, we could not do anything about the message IBMers were shouting to the world 10 years ago, everything will be Websphere or Workplace and mail is dead anyway. But right before that, we had the means and the tools (most of them at least and the rest the clever guys could hav [read] Keywords: collaboration
Question for the experts …
Fri, Mar 22nd 2013 9:56a Christian Tillmanns Does anybody out there know, what IBM means with Apple Cocoa support?
Googling only gives the information, that there is Cocoa support, but not what it is all about. Nothing in the Domino 9 wiki either.
The only thing I can find are 4 .jar files with cocoa in the file name.
Lot’s of classes in there for eclipse, but as far as I can see, eclipse does not support cocoa yet and apple does not support the cocoa-java bridge anymore.
I can’t see anything that helps me to understand, wh [read] Keywords: domino
Now this is just great…
Wed, Mar 20th 2013 6:17a Christian Tillmanns What I find rather amazing – or depressing – that this lady actually believes, that the chicks will stop moving about after a while and dry back. [read] Keywords:
And Jeff said … another 20 years of Collaboration tools
Thu, Mar 14th 2013 6:15a Christian Tillmanns Sorry about that, to all the FUD providers out there. Yesterday during the announcement web-cast Jeff told the world, that in 20 years there will still be some kind of collaboration tools from IBM. End of message. Notes/Domino isn’t going away, but since 20 years ago nobody knew what Notes would look like today, we just have to wait another 20 years, what it will be.
What was also interesting, for the first time, IBM said: “We have over 50’000 organisations running Notes/Domino [read] Keywords: collaboration