Lotus Symphony

ODDS 'N ENDS: Symphony, Airplanes, Fugue and Firebug

Ever wonder what the deal with toxic fugue is? It's been a favorite topic of mine since the classic Simpsons Episode "One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish." This article in today's NYTimes is enlightening.

LAZYWEB REQUEST: How to access Symphony APIs from Notes plugin?

Before I close up shop for the weekend I leave a lazyweb request. I'm developing a Notes plugin using the Expeditor Toolkit for Eclipse (6.2.1) and I can't seem to figure out how to expose the Symphony objects in the IDE for me to code against. Any help is appreciated.

TRI-STATE LUG: KUDOS 'N QUESTIONS

I had an incredible time at the Tri-State Lotus User Group meetup today. It was an all-day event with a keynote by Lotus GM Bob Picciano and a whole mini-Lotusphere roster of speakers. I was also was fortunate to meet up with old friends and colleagues Steven Pivnik, Vitaliy Dubinsky and catch up with Bob Balaban, whom I haven’t spoken to face to face in ten years or so.

DEEP THOUGHTS 2

I thought I had gotten over the major humps to developing supersecret app, but it turns out that the Lotus Expeditor runtime had one more nasty trick up its sleeve: Expeditor’s runtime’s Java Cryptography Extension provider seems to be missing an algorithm for decrypting SSL communications with Google Apps. Bah! This is what happens when the JVM market fragments.

DEEP THOUGHTS 1

And now, Deep Thoughts, by Jake. Cue soothing music.

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