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Project Spotlight: OpenLog, XPages OpenLog Logger, XLogBack
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Build your Team for the IBM Collaboration Solutions Developer Competition 2016
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Project Spotlight: OpenLog, XPages OpenLog Logger, XLogBack
Wed, May 25th 2016 8:59a   Paul Withers
For this month's project spotlight, I wanted to highlight error logging. Firstly, it's worth making a clear distinction, that the projects on OpenNTF help with error logging. But error handling is a completely different topic and no framework, regardless of the language, can ensure errors are appropriately handled for custom applications. Error handling comes down to managing the process in which the error occurs in a way that best supports the user and application, to ensure quality and
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Build your Team for the IBM Collaboration Solutions Developer Competition 2016
Tue, May 24th 2016 11:49a   Christian Guedemann
Yes you should really think about participating the "IBM Collaboration Solution Developer Competition 2016". It will be fun and a real good experience. Before I was the Chairman of OpenNTF, I had the chance to build myWebGate with our Development staff. We where a gang of 6 team members, but if you think 6 Developers... you would be wrong. My Friend Peter was our project manager and delegated from the management team to lead the financial aspects of this project like effort and delive
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IBM and OpenNTF present: IBM Collaboration Solutions Developer Competition 2016
Mon, May 9th 2016 3:04p   Christian Guedemann
IBM Collaboration Solutions Developer Competition 2016 from Alan Hamilton
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World IP Day
Tue, Apr 26th 2016 10:05a   Paul Withers
Earlier today I came across a tweet saying that today is World IP Day. Over the last year we've been looking at the role of OpenNTF, looking at what Apache and Eclipse offer and considering how the changes in personal websites and cloud source control repositories like GitHub and BitBucket offer. These days there are a host of ways open source projects can be made available to the public. But one of the key differentiators we identified that OpenNTF provides is IP clearance of projects.
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Maintenance during the weekend
Fri, Apr 22nd 2016 10:37a   Christian Guedemann
Dear Friends We will do some maintenance on the OpenNTF Infrastructure, starting from Friday April 22. 12:00 EDT until Sunday April 24. 18:00 EDT. This will affect all the tools of the Atlassian Suite. Expect that this services could be down for a short period. We will inform you when all maintenance tasks has been done. Have fun Christian
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Project Spotlight: JsonBeanX and Jackson4XPages
Mon, Apr 18th 2016 8:17a   Paul Withers
A search of OpenNTF projects for the term JSON will return a number of projects over a long period of time. JSON has long been a key data interchange format, being language independent and not requiring a fixed agreed schema. It is this reason in particular that has led to it overtaking SOAP as a data transfer mechanism, enabling microservices to be built and further developed without breaking existing interactions. Anything that delivers JSON data can of course be access via (Client-Side
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Project Spotlight: JsonBeanX and Jackson4XPages
Mon, Apr 18th 2016 8:17a   Paul Withers
A search of OpenNTF projects for the term JSON will return a number of projects over a long period of time. JSON has long been a key data interchange format, being language independent and not requiring a fixed agreed schema. It is this reason in particular that has led to it overtaking SOAP as a data transfer mechanism, enabling microservices to be built and further developed without breaking existing interactions. Anything that delivers JSON data can of course be access via (Client-Side
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Survey Results
Thu, Mar 31st 2016 2:22p   Paul Withers
Thank you to both contributors and consumers for your feedback to the recent survey. It's been a busy couple of weeks with OpenNTF involved in Engage and the Business Partner Bluemix workshop from the last two days. But the "early birds" at Engage last week will have seen some high level highlights of the survey results. Here they are in a bit more depth: Consumer Survey There were 79 responses, which is in line with surveys a couple of years ago about Collaboration Today. That
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Survey Results
Thu, Mar 31st 2016 2:22p   Paul Withers
Thank you to both contributors and consumers for your feedback to the recent survey. It's been a busy couple of weeks with OpenNTF involved in Engage and the Business Partner Bluemix workshop from the last two days. But the "early birds" at Engage last week will have seen some high level highlights of the survey results. Here they are in a bit more depth: Consumer Survey There were 79 responses, which is in line with surveys a couple of years ago about Collaboration Today. That
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The PERFECT Open Source Project
Sun, Mar 27th 2016 4:44p   Christian Guedemann
OpenNTF has during the last year done a lot of research and discussions to figure out what is the PERFECT Open Source Project. Based on our research, we have changed the way we look at Open Source. The result is a complete new Process for our Projects. But let us start with a definition about the PERFECT Open Source Project: Open Source … Identifies a problem that needs to be solved, by creating a community of people / companies that have a vested interest in solving the problem.




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