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A subtle change over there to the right
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The good news is, IBM does keep on fixing it…
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CRs and HFs and FPs, oh my…IBM Connections 5.0 CR1 is released
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You don’t know what you don’t know. You know?
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Question of the year: what to do with Quickr
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And now for something not so completely different
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Question of the year: what to do with Quickr
Tue, Jun 17th 2014 8
You don’t know what you don’t know. You know?
Tue, Aug 19th 2014 7
Thirteen must be my lucky number!
Tue, Jan 27th 2015 6
The good news is, IBM does keep on fixing it…
Tue, Jan 27th 2015 6
That just happened. And by the way, this is what “dead” means in software.
Wed, Jun 11th 2014 5
CRs and HFs and FPs, oh my…IBM Connections 5.0 CR1 is released
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Been a while since I posted on a fix, or at all for that matter
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A subtle change over there to the right
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CRs and HFs and FPs, oh my…IBM Connections 5.0 CR1 is released
Thu, Oct 16th 2014 11:43a   Rob Novak
For those who don’t know, and care…I know the numbers are getting small here…: HF: “HotFix” – which in software terms generally means a specific fix for one problem, given out to customers on an as-needed basis and generally rolled up into other more comprehensive groups of fixes. FP: “FixPack” – what it sounds like, a package of fixes (some of which may have been deemed HotFixes), that when released is supported. Sometimes, a FixPack will in
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You don’t know what you don’t know. You know?
Tue, Aug 19th 2014 3:00p   Rob Novak
One of the most often asked questions about Lotus Quickr in its golden years has been “what do I have?” — meaning, on the server and in the places. This is the case with any self-service platform and has been especially pertinent with Quickr, as IBM has unintentionally made some of its migration requirements quite difficult to get your head around. A basic for-instance: the requirement that all workflows be complete before starting to migrate a place. Super, makes sense. Except




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