Posted by Niklas Heidloff | September 10, 2012
OpenNTF is happy to announce a new community
website called Collaboration
The content you will find on Collaboration
Today is a compilation of current and relevant news for IBM
Collaboration Solutions professionals
focussing on IBM products and technologies including IBM Connections, IBM
Lotus Domino, IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Sametime.
The content is categorized making it
easier for readers to find the information they are looking for. Executives
and decision makers can find news in the Business category, developers
in the App Dev category, administrators in the Infrastructure category
and end-users in the User Experience category. Events, podcasts and videos
can be found in the Community section. On the Home
page you will find news entries that have been selected by the Collaboration
Today editors. On the Recent
page you will find entries sorted chronologically and on the Popular
page entries that have been accessed the most over the last seven days.
In addition to using the Collaboration
Today web site from your web browser, smartphones and tablets, you can
news updates via feeds on Twitter. Application developers can embed news
entries using the REST API that we have developed.
The site Editors are responsible for
adding content to the site, categorizing it and can specifically flag it
to show on the Home page. Each category has different content Editors,
which are all listed on the About
page. If you are interested in becoming an editor, please read the moderation
policies and contact
Collaboration Today is owned and operated
Inc., a group of 31 member companies
that leverage IBM Collaboration Solutions technologies. The site is hosted
by OpenNTF Member Prominic.NET.
The Collaboration Today content management application was created by Bruce
Elgort, Per Henrik Lausten, Serdar Basegmez, Frank van der Linden and Niklas
Heidloff and will be made available as an open source XPages application
template on OpenNTF.
Today we are having our "soft launch"
of the site. We might change some of the sub-categories over time based
on your feedback. We would also like to engage more community moderators.
Please try out Collaboration Today and let us know what you think.