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XPages Knowledge Base on OpenNTF
Mon, Feb 1st 2016 38
OpenNTF at IBM Connect 2016
Sun, Jan 31st 2016 27
Thanks Justin, Doug and Stephen from Prominic!
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Hello 2016 - A Happy New Year
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XLogback Project 0.91 Released for Preview
Mon, Nov 30th 2015 11
Bootstrap 4 is coming to XPages
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End the year with some maintenance
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XPages Knowledge Base on OpenNTF
Mon, Feb 1st 2016 4:29p   Oliver Busse
Did you know? OpenNTF delivers another great resource for every XPages developer - in addition to the various offers the IBM ESS (formerly known as ICS) community already gives you: The brand new XPages Knowledge Base! We are very thankful to have IBM Champion John Jardin with us to curate this area - and of course you are invited to do as well! As OpenNTF is the resource for open source software the Wiki follows the rules of gibing and taking as well - be a part of it and c
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OpenNTF at IBM Connect 2016
Sun, Jan 31st 2016 10:44a   Oliver Busse
The time has come, IBM Connect 2016 started today! It's pretty obvious that OpenNTF is on site and delivers high quality content in several sessions around open source and software development in general. If you want to meet the guys in person to have a chat and want to learn about latest technologies and pratices, just visit their sessions: Christian Guedemann, "The journey from Rapid Application Development to Continuous Delivery" (1436), Subday 3:45 PM, Lake Highland AB C
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Hello 2016 - A Happy New Year
Tue, Jan 5th 2016 2:15a   Christian Guedemann
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Thanks Justin, Doug and Stephen from Prominic!
Thu, Dec 31st 2015 5:57a   Christian Guedemann
OpenNTF is a Community across all time zones and countries. Our main platform for communication inside OpenNTF is openntf.slack.org. But to communicate with the world, our web presence is absolute important. But not only the web presence, we have also introduced the tools from Atlassianto manage and control all our open source projects. And there is more, OpenNTF is also the provider for xpages.info, xsnippets.infoand the famous collaborationtoday.info. To manage such a stack of cool
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End the year with some maintenance
Wed, Dec 30th 2015 9:02a   Christian Guedemann
Fellow OpenNTF Members, Contributor, Friends and Enthusiasts This year was in the sign and mood of building the infrastructure for OpenNFT V 2.0. We have integrated the Atlassian Tools in our infrastructure to support our new process. As one of the final steps, we are now activating a dedicated SonarQube for OpenNTF Projects. But more on this on a later blog post. As we started the year with infrastructure, we will also end the year. One of my wishes for OpenNTF was to have all our site pr
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Bootstrap 4 is coming to XPages
Fri, Dec 18th 2015 12:44p   Martin Donnelly
Just over a year ago the Bootstrap4XPages project was subsumed as part of the XPages Extension Library on OpenNTF. Bootstrap is a world-leading framework for building responsive web applications that play well across the gamut of modern computing devices, from phone to tablet to the plain ol’ PC desktop. The Bootstrap framework has integrated well with XPages and is probably the most popular choice amongst XPages developers when building application front-ends today. This post is all about
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The currency of community is beer
Tue, Dec 1st 2015 4:51p   Christian Guedemann
You wanna build a community, take your time, bring people together and invest some money in beer. And be aware the community will not grow deeper with more beer. So don't let them get drunk. In the last 12 month did we try this. We spent money to be the beer sponsor for some major events. We also organized the Notes 25 Year anniversary at IBM Connected 2015 together with Socialbiz.UG and the IBM Champions Program. Yes we brought people together! But what's next. We figured out that we have lo
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XLogback Project 0.91 Released for Preview
Mon, Nov 30th 2015 7:02p   Serdar Basegmez
This week has been great for 'logging' fans :) After XPages OpenLog Logger M6 release by Paul S. Withers, I have released the first preview for the XLogback project. XLogback is the OSGi plugin implementation of Logback Project for Domino environments. Logback has been started by Ceki Gulcu as an unofficial successor of Log4J. It offers a native implementation for SLF4J (Simple Logging Facade for Java) API. We actually use SLF4J and SLF4J delegates the logging to Logback. That's an
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IBM Champions appreciation on Collaboration Today
Thu, Nov 26th 2015 4:06p   Oliver Busse
Now as the IBM Champions for ESS (fka ICS) in 2016 were annouced, I took the chance to implement some improvements to OpenNTF's other website "Collaboration Today" to give those people the credit they deserve. IBM Champions are people who deliver most valuable content and share their knowlegde. This is collected by people who are doing also very much appreciated work and apperently are also IBM Champions! You now can see IBM Champion generated content directly by the new star indicator on
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XPages OpenLog Logger - Request for Additional Chefs
Wed, Nov 25th 2015 5:23p   Paul Withers
This week a new release of XPages OpenLog Logger was released. In the blog post about it today, I made a request for other developers to get involved. As I mentioned, it's not because of any imminent or planned intention to step aside from the project. Instead it's part of an ongoing plan for improved governance of projects on OpenNTF - giving less risk of a project being left without a chef to take it forward, providing more breadth for supporting bugs and feature requests, and providing more




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