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June 8th DC Lotus User Group Meeting

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Since my OpenLog presentation got bumped last month by the IBM folks showing off the amazing Workplace Forms application, I will instead be presenting this month.  Plus this month's main feature is about putting Notes on Linux Desktop machines, which should be pretty cool too.  Hope to see you there. Here are the details:

Thursday Night, 6:30 to 8:00 The June 8th DC Lotus User Group Meeting !!

Lots of free stuff: CDs, Magazines, and T-Shirts. Be sure to register by sending Jack@LeadershipByNumbers.com an e-mail.


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- Kevin Pettitt on OpenLog (it's been improved). If you create agents, you need this information. If you administer applications with agents, you need this information. If you use Lotus programs with agents, you need . . . well, you know. Kevin has worked closely with OpenLog, and is a contributor for OpenNTF.org


- Lotus Notes on Desktop Linux. Not only can it work, you can benefit from greater security and lower costs. Desktop Linux continues to be a very hot topic. Ubuntu Linux has released the first enterprise-grade free version of Linux, and is getting rave reviews. Imagine, it's as good (or better) than RedHat or SuSE. It's incredible.
  •  Why consider desktop Linux?
  • How to install Notes on Linux (ND6 and R7)

FREE CDs GIVEN TO EVERYONE WHO CONFIRMS ATTENDENCE BY SENDING AN EMAIL TO...

JACK@LEADERSHIPBYNUMBERS.COM

- UBUNTU LIVE LINUX CD (works w/o installing Linux on Hard drive)

- VMWare Server for Linux (beta, which will allow Windows to run on Linux)

- Latest Lotus Notes Advisor Magazine (very cool articles)

- Notes Advisor T-Shirts

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