Lotusphere Online and Offline

by Volker Weber

Lotusphere Online

January, start of the Lotus season. If you are attending Lotusphere, you should have received an email inviting you to https://www.ls09.info.

Your User Name is the email address you provided when you registered for the conference. The password is your Lotusphere confirmation number, which can be found in the upper left hand corner of your confirmation letter.

If you have some patience, you can fill out your profile on Lotusphere Online. I guess there are a lot of people doing just that right now, bogging down the system. :-)

A better way to access session information is, same procedure as every year, Genii Software's session database for Lotus Notes:

Back by popular demand, we have built a Journal database containing all the sessions listed on the official Lotusphere site. This database is based on the personal ND6 Journal with a few added views, so it should synch with the Palm Pilot and other smart phones, but it also contains a wealth of useful information for planning out your schedule.

As in previous years, the Turtle Partnership is providing a BlackBerry version of that same database:

To download simply browse on your BlackBerry to http://lotusphere.turtleweb.com/bb

For those who just want to get a brief look at Lotusphere Online, here is a three minutes video:

I love to compare load times of URLs containing "nsf" (Domino) to those with "do" (Connections). Too hard to see in this highly compressed video. I am putting the source on me.com.

Comments

Just two remarks :

.do is not portal, it's connections using the struts framework (portal usually shows /wps/portal in url)

all navigation done is https and SSL can prevent a lot of caching to occur on browser side. Has those 2 (connections and domino xsp pages) intensively uses dojo and ajax requests, it can have deep impact on performances.

Michael.

Michael Bourak, 2009-01-02

Thanks, Michael. Corrected.

Volker Weber, 2009-01-02

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