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DC Lotus User Group Meeting Thursday 6:30PM


A week late but worth the wait, another great DC Lotus User Group Meeting is on tap for tomorrow evening. Hopefully by now you've heard about IBM's surprise announcement of a Notes Client for Linux Desktop operating systems. Well, that's all nice and good, but our intrepid Jack Dausman has gotten his hands on a copy of the software with the intention to demonstrate it at the meeting. Hopefully Jack will have time to get everything set up.

We'll also be talking about some more OpenNTF goodies. Jack is pretty keen on Brett Philp's "Getting Things Done" (GTD) Notes database, which now that I look more closely seems NOT to be the same as the one on OpenNTF. Anyway, I'll probably pop a quick DominoWiki website together for my presentation, showing off this month's featured OpenNTF application (Think Wikipedia on a Domino Server, pretty cool).

For the where and when check dcnug.org. Hope to see you there!


1 - If anyone's interested in learning more about GTD for Lotus Notes please let me know!

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