Flemming Christensen (blog | twitter | company | linkedin) is the chief quality architect for IBM Collaboration Solutions responsible for the process by which new releases commit to quality improvements and measure attainment.
Bruce Elgort (blog | twitter | company ) is the Chairman of OpenNTF, Inc., an IBM Champion and also Adviser at Elguji Software, LLC.
Niklas Heidloff (blog | twitter | OpenNTF blog) is is an architect in the IBM Lotus Domino development team and leads IBM's engagement in OpenNTF including XPages.info.
Sean Brown (blog | twitter | company | linkedin) is the Product Manager for IBM Lotus Protector, and responsible for all collaboration security solutions including Lotus Protector for Mail Security and Mail Encryption
Topics: Quality at IBM:
What is quality?
How do you manage that (i.e. quality as just discussed)?
How do IBM avoid regression bugs, particularly in very large mature products?
How do you measure for LotusLive? Is that any different than what you do for on-premises software?
How do you strike the balance between quality and timeliness?
IBM releases to OpenNTF - mobile toolkit, extension library etc. Are they under same Quality controls?
How do you measure whether you're getting better?
Tips:New release of Lotus Protector
What is Lotus Protector and what does Collaboration Security mean?
Tips: Darren: CDBurnerXP - use it to burn ISOs and files to CD, DVD, BRD and HD-DVD(!). Also works on x64 Win7 and 2008. Oh, and completely free and completely free of adware and other nasties. Flemming: IBM Electronic Support has its own Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/IBMElectronicSupport and Lotus Support has a new Facebook page: ‘Like’ us at http://www.facebook.com/#!/IBMLotusSupport and follow us on Twitter with ID @Lotus_Support :-) Bruce: - XPages101 - XPages Video series with over 50+ video tutorials Niklas: XPages.info/contest to see descriptions, screenshots and videos of all controls of the contest. Sean: Drag/Drop emails to your desktop with Notes. If you need to send an email in it’s original format (non-forwarded) you can drag the message right from your Notes inbox to your desktop and then attach it to a new email. Stuart: Lotusphere 2011 videos posted to YouTube
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TWiL - The show must go on!
Sun, Mar 16th 2014 11:51p Stuart McIntyre In response to lots of kind words from our listeners, Darren and I are continuing to produce This Week in Lotus on an occasional basis... Whilst there are really no IBM products left that enjoy the 'Lotus' moniker, there is definitely a 'Lotus community' that survives. Given the closeness of the friendships and the enduring sense of kindred spirit, I have a feeling that we'll still be gathering in person and online many years after all installs of Notes and Domino have long since been r [read] Keywords: collaboration
This Week in Lotus 113 - IBM Connect After Dark
Mon, Feb 17th 2014 6:09a This Week in Lotus Recorded during the early hours of 31st January 2014, live from the Dolphin Lobby at IBM Connect. Darren and I meet with Mat Newman, Mitch Cohen, Colleen Burns, Andreas Ponte, Bill Buchan and many others to discuss the conference, the agenda, the keynotes, the social events and much more.... This isn't a return of TWiL (or even 'This Week in IBM Collaboration Solutions'), just a one-off as we loved getting together again in Orlando. It's definitely an informal kinda' show, but we hope [read] Keywords: collaboration
This Week in Lotus Live - The Finale!
Wed, Jan 30th 2013 7:04a This Week in Lotus Come to the final ever This Week in Lotus, recorded live at IBM Connect! Thursday lunchtime, 12:30-13:15, Dolphin Europe 8. So, come out of Ask the Product Managers, go grab your box lunch, and head to Europe 8 to hear from Darren, Stuart and a panel of very special guests. We'll discuss the conference, the announcements, the OGS, the social activities and anything else we think happens to be relevant at the time! It will be our 112th and very final show, so come along for some grea [read] Keywords: ibm