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ACTION REQUIRED: Your Lotusphere 2006 Birds-of-a-Feather Abstract Has Been 'Tentatively' Accepted

Got that in my inbox this week:

Hi, Stephan and Anand:

Thank you for submitting an abstract for a Birds-of-a-Feather session at Lotusphere 2006.  We are pleased to inform you that your  BoF below has been tentatively accepted for this year's agenda.    Please advise that you will be attending Lotusphere in another capacity, as facilitating a BoF is contingent upon your paid registration, sponsorship or exhibition in the product showcase.

Please review the title, abstract, and facilitators name(s)/title carefully, and let me know immediately if you need to make any changes.  Unless we hear otherwise, this is how your BoF information will appear in printed conference materials.  Also, please watch your email for room/time confirmations.    They will be coming out in the next several weeks.

Our Birds-of-a-Feather session:

Domino as a file system --- Sourceforge DominoDAV
DominoDAV is a Sourceforge project that allows to use a Domino server as a file server using the webDAV protocol. It makes possible to read and write Notes documents and/or store files as attachments in Domino databases. A series of XSLT filters allow the processing of many XML Dialects into Domino.
We will discuss the status of our efforts, demo the achievment and gather feedback where to take the project.

Now we need to find some budget to pay for all this.  

Posted by on 29 October 2005 | Comments (4) | categories: IBM Notes Lotus Notes


  1. posted by Mac Guidera on Monday 31 October 2005 AD:
    Congratulations! That looks very interesting.

    I highly recomend that you do email them back to correct the title.
    I believe that it should read: Domino as a file system --- Sourceforge DominoDAV.

    All the best!

  2. posted by Vince Schuurman on Tuesday 01 November 2005 AD:
    So I assume you will attend the OpenNTF session? Emoticon tongue.gif
  3. posted by Stephan H. Wissel on Wednesday 02 November 2005 AD:
    @ Mac: uups. Typo corrected. Thx
    Emoticon smile.gif stw
  4. posted by The Lion King (aka Ray Bilyk) on Friday 04 November 2005 AD:
    Congratulations! Sounds like a cool topic! I'll have to head to Sourceforge and check it out!