Ed reports that IBM has published the Lotusphere 2007 main conference sessions and breakouts. Let's take a look:
Yes, the speaker is missing. Do you see more room for improvement?
If somebody cares enough to fix this, maybe they can also make the site standards compliant.
Well at least it isn't a matter of room for improvement on the agenda. :-)
I agree the site needs improvement in terms of layout (the hard CRs make no sense) and I don't know why the speaker name is still surpressed. I was already planning on checking both of these on Monday...
I really wonder whether one can download an iCal of their session preferences now that Notes supports it.
i have a partial list of lotusphere sessions with sparkers names here: http://www.dominopoint.it/Dominopoint/dominopoint_blog.nsf/dx/1011200614.02.54ELMHBD.htm
is written in italian, but i think could be readable;
Per Henrik Lausten have a list of speakers too: http://per.lausten.dk/blog/2006/11/lotusphere-2007.html
Hey Volker, Off topic but how do you do these lovely looking screen captures? Special software? Lotsa hoop jumping?
These are just standard OS X windows shot against a white background. It works out of the box.
>>Do you see room for improvement?
Well, it would be nice if IBM stopped beating their URLs with the ugly stick.
Less than 3 weeks and before Lotusphere is over ! ;-)
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