Night train to Hannover

by Volker Weber

Our own Esther Schindler reports from the Advisor Summit in Phoenix:

It's common for companies to make announcements about their new or upcoming products from a business or marketing perspective. Techies, however, usually want to know more about the elegant way in which the bits are configured, and what effect their new aesthetic arrangement will have. Happily, at the Lotus Advisor Summit held this week in Phoenix Arizona, the techies who use Lotus Notes/Domino were given a technical perspective of "Hannover," the code name for the next version, which is currently slated for release sometime in 2007 and expected to be available for Windows, Linux, and Macintosh.

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Esther also made a photo that looks like Rocky's wig is coming off. Must see this.


It's a pity the night train to Hannover isn't a regularly scheduled run. It's been sitting on the station sidetrack for quite awhile already, hasn't it? Not embarking passengers though.

I'd be concerned that the roadbed will be out-of-date by the time full steam is built up. TGV - not so much.

David Richardson, 2006-09-02

Wonderfully smarmy, but otherwise this is meaningless, David.

Andrew Pollack, 2006-09-02

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