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Proof of Concept – Migrating Notes RichText to Markdown – Part I
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How to download all IBM Connect 2016 presentations at once
Tue, Feb 9th 2016 5:30a   Rene Winkelmeyer
This time it’s quite easy, no download script or else is needed. As IBM leverages IBM Connections for storing the attendee and session details in the background one can easily access all files at ones. The data is stored in the IBM Connect 2016 community which can be accessed by attendees here (you’ll need to use your ibmeventconnect.com credentials for that). The files are stored in the Files section. From there you can download the files you need. Or use this link to download
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App black- and whitelisting for ALL apps arrives on iOS soon
Fri, Jan 15th 2016 1:56a   Rene Winkelmeyer
My colleague Detlev blogged yesterday already about the capability of hiding iOS system apps coming with iOS 9.3 (in beta at the moment, originally posted on CultOfMac and Reddit). After some further analysis I’ve to wider the target for that: the new feature will allow you to much more! By going through the specs and doing some testing it is obvious that you can allow/disallow any app on an iOS device soon. Which means in fact that you’ll have full capabilities for app black- a
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bleedyellow.com has a new owner
Mon, Jan 11th 2016 1:45a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Me. For those who are not familiar with the domain name: an US-based IBM Business Partner (Lotus911.com) has initially provided several community services for free on that domain, like a hosted IBM Connections and IBM Sametime environment. Group Business Software (GBS) has continued to provide those services after they’ve acquired Lotus911 in 2009. Mid last year the services have been shut down by GBS. Silently and without any prior notice (not a good practice IMHO). Which means t
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Proof of Concept – Migrating Notes RichText to Markdown – Part III
Wed, Jan 6th 2016 2:01a   Rene Winkelmeyer
In this last post I’ll give you a walkthrough of this PoC. The full source code is available on GitHub (see end of the post). The simplified code example As I’ve described in my previous post I’m going to read all entries in a given view using the ReadViewEntries URL parameter. Read more about it in this cheat sheet (from 2002!). The call gives us basically one root element with a “viewentry” array. The array contains all documents, categories etc. as siblings. So
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Proof of Concept – Migrating Notes RichText to Markdown – Part II
Tue, Jan 5th 2016 2:29a   Rene Winkelmeyer
As explained here there are some preconditions that have to be met for the conversion. The real-life usage may (and should) be more enhanced. But I wanted to provide a way that achieves the goal in a (hopefully) simple way – so that everybody can easily re-create the results for him- or herself. Technology decisions You can get the content of a NotesRichText field in three different flavors: native NotesRichText (or DXL) MIME HTML The content of a RichText field can i. e. be stored as
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Proof of Concept – Migrating Notes RichText to Markdown – Part I
Mon, Jan 4th 2016 2:41a   Rene Winkelmeyer
First of all: this is not a blog post about “how to move my data to another platform”. It is about combining several (long) existing technologies to move some of your structured data to a lossless format like Markdown. But lets start from the beginning (aka: the use case). Most organizations have standardized content like organizational rules or application documentation stored in Notes databases. Which is totally fine when you (only) have to deliver that content to IBM Notes clie
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I’m an IBM Champion 2016 – and my colleagues are, too
Tue, Nov 24th 2015 1:55a   Rene Winkelmeyer
As of yesterday IBM has announced the class of IBM Champions for Enterprise Social Solutions for 2016. You can find the detailed announcement here. I’m excited to see the movement in the selected Champions. Lots of first-timers and returning (former) Champions. The list includes some of the smartest people in this space – and some of the nicest. Pick what you’re. 😉 What makes me especially happy is the fact that we’re now three(!) IBM Champions in our company. Besid
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Sessions accepted – Speaking at IBM Connect 2016
Mon, Nov 23rd 2015 2:04a   Rene Winkelmeyer
It’t the time of the year when we’ll get notice if we can speak at IBM Connect (aka Lotusphere) or not. Luckily I’ve been accepted for two sessions this time. Going Mobile with IBM Verse IBM Verse is IBM’s answer about working with your day-to-day workhorse, email, in a simple, easy and collaborative way. And native applications play a major part in leveraging the #NewWayToWork on mobile devices. This session will show you the “what” and “why” of
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IBM Bluemix and Vaadin are doing it right – the challenge
Mon, Oct 5th 2015 1:54a   Rene Winkelmeyer
I’m a big fan of Vaadin as an UI framework as readers of my blog may have noticed. And I like what IBM is doing in the Bluemix space. Now they’ve joined for a challenge (or contest as some may say). The challenge itself contains of nine tasks. Some give you fixed boundaries to interact in, others not. The list of tasks is freely available here. You can see how many people have submitted a task for review below the “person” image on the left side. The description of
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Busy November ahead – Speaking at Social Connections and SUTOL
Thu, Oct 1st 2015 3:05a   Rene Winkelmeyer
End of October and beginning of November will be busy for me. After speaking at SNoUG (blogged about that here) I’ll head nearly straightforward to Social Connections in Stuttgart and SUTOL in Prague. And in between I’m very happy to introduce Ulrich as a new member of my team to the development stuff we’re doing here at midpoints. This time my speaking will cover a broad range of topics, going from IBM Connections integration along to Vaadin development up to Software Quality




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