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Don’t forget the Open Source Lotus Awards
Steve Castledine    

For Lotusphere in January 2010 there will be two new Open Source Lotus Awards:

1. Best Open Source Contribution by an Individual(s) (up to 2)
2. Best Open Source Contribution by a Business Partner

Nominations are coming in, however we would like many more (and the deadline is January 6th). Read this blog entry for more detail.

Last minute entries increase the chance of not being accepted due to any resolvable legal issues. So its imperative to get your entries in as soon as possible.

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http://www.stevecastledine.com/sc.nsf/dx/dont-forget-the-open-source-lotus-awards
Dec 09, 2009
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Recent Blog Posts
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Just kicking the tires
Mon, Mar 25th 2013 7:40a   Steve Castledine
Its been awhile, actually its been nearly 3 years since I have updated this site. Life changed, work roles changed (away from Notes Domino mainstream dev), Facebook took away some elements of blogging, I moved house from where I was hosting this domain and the server was unplugged never to be reconnected. Fortunately the kind people at PSC have kindly hosted for me (usual thanks to graphic coming) so I have the ability to post my waffle once again (sorry). So what did I do in those 3 yea [read] Keywords: domino inotes notes xpages blogging development facebook java server
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Dominoblog - inserting your own profile photo
Tue, Jun 22nd 2010 10:21a   Steve Castledine
When you setup Dominoblog for the first time, you get a "generic" picture for the owner, like so: [read] Keywords: profile
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Dominoblog - inserting your own profile photo
Tue, Jun 22nd 2010 10:21a   Steve Castledine
When you setup Dominoblog for the first time, you get a "generic" picture for the owner, like so: [read] Keywords: profile
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XPage Control: Multi Select Dialog Picker
Tue, Mar 16th 2010 4:18a   Steve Castledine
I have just released an XPages Multi Select Dialog Picker control on OpenNTF. The multi-select dialog picker allows you to specify a Lotus Notes View/column based data source, or via an api any list you may choose and return a list of selected values. There is full documentation here. You can also bind to any field for automatic selection and updating of values. I will write a follow up article on some of the client side coding techniques. Further features: 1) The picker can easi [read] Keywords: lotus notes xpages css database dojo openntf properties server
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XPage Control: Multi Select Dialog Picker
Tue, Mar 16th 2010 4:18a   Steve Castledine
I have just released an XPages Multi Select Dialog Picker control on OpenNTF. The multi-select dialog picker allows you to specify a Lotus Notes View/column based data source, or via an api any list you may choose and return a list of selected values. There is full documentation here. You can also bind to any field for automatic selection and updating of values. I will write a follow up article on some of the client side coding techniques. Further features: 1) The picker can easi [read] Keywords: lotus notes xpages css database dojo openntf properties server
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Dominoblog: Templates
Thu, Mar 11th 2010 4:39a   Steve Castledine
Denny had a question: I want to have a 'Home' page that starts when the blog is opened, then I want to have a link that will take me to the Blog and I want to do all this with the .nsf file. So I took and made a copy of the 'Home Page' found within the 'Page Templates'. I then renamed the copy to "Blog" and saved it. Next I changed the 'Home Page to look like what I wanted. Now my question is this, How do I Call the new page I made from my top menu or is this not possible [read] Keywords: domino ibm ldd lotus notes script library application archive css wiki
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Dominoblog: Templates
Thu, Mar 11th 2010 4:39a   Steve Castledine
Denny had a question: I want to have a 'Home' page that starts when the blog is opened, then I want to have a link that will take me to the Blog and I want to do all this with the .nsf file. So I took and made a copy of the 'Home Page' found within the 'Page Templates'. I then renamed the copy to "Blog" and saved it. Next I changed the 'Home Page to look like what I wanted. Now my question is this, How do I Call the new page I made from my top menu or is this not possible [read] Keywords: domino ibm ldd lotus notes script library application archive css wiki
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Spotted on Google Street View
Thu, Mar 11th 2010 3:36a   Steve Castledine
Leicester finally has Google Street View from today (must be nearly 2 years since they took the images). I remember the Google car passing me whilst out with Millie, who must have been 3 months old at the time and sure enough: [read] Keywords: google
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Spotted on Google Street View
Thu, Mar 11th 2010 3:36a   Steve Castledine
Leicester finally has Google Street View from today (must be nearly 2 years since they took the images). I remember the Google car passing me whilst out with Millie, who must have been 3 months old at the time and sure enough: [read] Keywords: google
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Dominoblog - give me the dirt
Fri, Feb 26th 2010 2:04a   Steve Castledine
The subject is slightly tongue in cheek, but the question is a serious one. I've read on more than one occasion this week the line "difficult to use" for DominoBlog. So I need to find out what is the part that is difficult to use. From a user standpoint creating a blog entry should be no more difficult than creating a new email. Creating a new blog is no more difficult than "File > Application > New" (not that I like that, but its the same for all Domino applications). So I ca [read] Keywords: admin connections domino ibm ldd lotus notes application applications archive blogging community email enterprise openntf wiki




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