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OpenNTF GitHub Process Enhancements

Since it was founded in 2008, GitHub has become a significant site for open source. It’s evolved over time with a lot of ancillary functionality, many areas of which I’ve not had much experience of. Most of my personal development, for conferences and non-ICS areas, goes through GitHub. It’s certainly the place I’ve used typically …

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Adventures in Git

I’ve been using source control and git flow for a long time. Indeed I delievered a session with Declan Lynch at Lotusphere 2014 on source control. (If you want all 337 slides at over 17Mb, here is the download. If you prefer videos, I did a NotesIn9 covering the SourceTree part.) A blog post would …

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OpenNTF Snippets – Investigating The Design

As you’ve hopefully seen, we’ve relaunched XSnippets as OpenNTF Snippets. There are quite a few changes, some decisions made that are less than traditional, but driven by some key factors. Indeed some may seem bad practice and are certainly not what may be made for other applications. But the driving force is a deep understanding …

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Installing ODA Into DDE Without Download

Just before Christmas Jesse Gallagher added directory download support to OpenNTF’s p2 Repository Browser. This means projects like OpenNTF Domino API can be installed into Domino Designer directly from a URL rather than going to OpenNTF and manually downloading the relevant release. It also means it’s possible to get the latest snapshot code as well. …

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The Benefits of Getting Involved in Open Source

Some years ago – Lotusphere 2011 – a meme adorned t-shirts “</bitching><doing>“. That meme comes to mind particularly at this time. The rebuke was valid and, I think, heeded. Certainly for myself, 2011 was the start of my journey into open source, a journey that benefitted me personally and Intec in general – and hopefully …

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Big News for Domino, Connections and OpenNTF

There are signs you can tell summer is over. For us in the northern hemisphere, the weather starts feeling chillier (although it’s been very changeable in UK most of the “summer”). And things start ramping up as people get back from holidays and Q3 comes to an end. We’ve already seen Domino FP9 or Zircon …

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Call to Action: Designer Lite Plugin

At Engage I hosted a round table discussion titled “Domino Next Generation IDE“. The discussion was around giving / promoting CRUD API access to databases, views and forms, as well as managing scheduled processes (which in the NSF world is handled as agents). The discussion was useful and covered a number of aspects. Since then …

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