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Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New
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Lotus Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New

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From the NLLUG brochure: …

From the NLLUG brochure:

Stuart McIntyre is one of the very few people who could get his hands on version 3.0 of IBM Lotus Connections.While the product is still in beta, Stuart is allowed to give you a sneak preview and tell you a couple of things that otherwise cannot yet be revealed.

He will do his presentation from a more technical view: what has changed since 2.5, what difference to scaling, how will organisations upgrade, what customisation is available and more.This session is quite technical and interesting only for those who have actually seen and 'touched' Lotus Connections before.

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  • 1. ITM04 Connections 3.0: a Technical View on What's New Stuart McIntyre Collaboration Matters
  • 2. This Session Stuart McIntyre is one of the very few people who could get his hands on version 3.0 of IBM Lotus Connections.While the product is still in beta, Stuart is allowed to give you a sneak preview and tell you a couple of things that otherwise cannot yet be revealed. He will do his presentation from a more technical view: what has changed since 2.5, what difference to scaling, how will organisations upgrade, what customisation is available and more.This session is quite technical and interesting only for those who have actually seen and 'touched' Lotus Connections before. Please note: Lotus Connections 3.0 is beta software, thus some or all features may change before GA. All screenshots in this presentation are from the Lotus Greenhouse.
  • 3. Your Host Stuart McIntyre Technical Director, Collaboration Matters Connections Specialist Blogger/Twitterer/Podcaster/Evangelist Feel free to contact me: facebook.com/stuartmcintyre twitter.com/stuartmcintyre www.linkedin.com/in/mcintyre stuart@collaborationmatters.com blog.collaborationmatters.com lotusconnectionsblog.com quickrblog.com lotusliveblog.com lotusphereblog.com
  • 4. Some Questions...
  • 5. Some Questions... Who do you work for? a Lotus Customer? an IBM Business Partner? IBM?
  • 6. Some Questions... Who do you work for? a Lotus Customer? an IBM Business Partner? IBM? What role do you have? Administrator? Developer? Manager/Executive? Consultant?
  • 7. More Questions...
  • 8. More Questions... Lotus Connections 2.5 Seen it? Used it in anger? Installed/configured/administered?
  • 9. More Questions... Lotus Connections 2.5 Seen it? Used it in anger? Installed/configured/administered? Lotus Connections 3.0 Seen presentations on it (Lotusphere 2010 etc.)? Seen it live (demonstrations, Greenhouse)? Used it (beta, Greenhouse)?
  • 10. First, a note... We have a lot of material... And only 45 minutes to cover it in... 45 minutes????!???!
  • 11. First, a note... We have a lot of material... And only 45 minutes to cover it in... 45 minutes????!???!
  • 12. Our Agenda Introduction to Connections 2.5 What’s coming in Connections 3.0? What changes are ‘under the covers’? On Connections 2.5 now? How do we get to 3.0? Administration changes What next? Q&A
  • 13. Introducing LC2.5 Whilst only a point-release, LC2.5 was probably the most significant update to product so far Announced on 18th August, shipped on 28th August Generated massive demand for adoption amongst existing users and outside
  • 14. Lotus Connections 2.5Blogs Communities Bookmarks Activities Profiles Homepage Wikis Files
  • 15. Create, find, join, and work with communities of people who share a common interest, responsibility, or area of expertise Use a weblog to present your idea and get feedback from others; learn from the expertise and experience of others who blog Save, organize and share bookmarks; discover bookmarks that have been qualified by others with similar interests & expertise Organise your work, plan next steps, and easily tap your expanding professional network to help execute your everyday deliverables, faster Quickly find the people you need by searching across your organisation and connecting to others. Profiles Bookmarks Communities ActivitiesBlogs Homepage Manage your attention by viewing relevant social data aggregated across your subscriptions, notifications, and network of colleagues. WikisFiles Upload and share any type of file with colleagues and communities. Store versions and view downloads, comments and ratings. Create wiki spaces for individuals, groups, and communities to coauthor pages. View changes across pages, ratings, and comments. All your social software needs ready for business
  • 16. Lotus Connections 2.5 Principal new features: River of news Status updates Customisable Communities Improved Discussion Forums Files & Wikis Mobile Interface
  • 17. What’s New in Connections 3.0?
  • 18. What’s New in Connections 3.0?
  • 19. What’s New in Connections 3.0? Global Navigation and Theme (including drop-down menus) Home Page/News – improved news feed and integration of status updates, email digest Communities – invitations, improved Files integration,Activities integration, sub- communities, My Communities views Forums – standalone service, tags, question/answer topics Profiles – DoYou Know,Things in Common, Social Path widgets, tabbed Profile format Files – collections changed to folders including drag and drop Wikis – improved use of real estate, drag and drop navigation, My Wikis views Blogs – improved authoring including new editor and more consistent navigation and entries lists Linked Value – SharePoint/Communities integration, new portlets, status updates Lotus Notes sidebar plug-in
  • 20. Global Navigation and Theme Featuring drop-down menus Fully customisable by administrators Extensible
  • 21. Getting Started Detailed step-by-step introduction to Lotus Connections capabilities
  • 22. Improved Homepage Updates Profiles status updates integrated into Homepage Updates and Watchlist integrated into news feed
  • 23. New News FeedView
  • 24. Improved Notifications Includes option to receive notifications aggregated into digests Central preferences for how to get notified about different types of content Ability to follow different types of content like blogs and communities
  • 25. Community Membership & Invitations Now much easier to see who has been invited to a community Can resend or revoke invites
  • 26. Community Files Files can be added to a community directly, or now from Connections Files feature Tagging and commenting on files now available inside Communities
  • 27. Sub-communities Allows Communities to be sub-divided Separate membership for each sub-community Easy to create and manage Can have own logo and/or theme Sub-community has own widgets - forum, bookmarks, files, blog, activities, wiki, feeds etc.
  • 28. New Forum Service Forums have moved from being part of Communities to being standalone feature Can have both Community-based and standalone forums Easy to see: Which forums user is taking part in Open/Answered Questions
  • 29. Profile Improvements Social Path widgets Tabbed Profile format Much cleaner UI ‘Follow’ as well as ‘Connect’ Profile Improvements
  • 30. Files Folders Collections changed to Folders Allows more granular management of files Can be public, shared or private Can be ‘pinned’ to make easier to access Includes ‘drag and drop’
  • 31. Wiki Usability Improved use of real estate ‘Drag and drop’ navigation changes Improved ‘My Wikis’ views
  • 32. Authoring Blogs New Rich Text Editor Improved Moderation
  • 33. And Much Much More... Check out Suzanne Livingston’s session for all the details on Connections 3.0 improvements Tomorrow at 15:00
  • 34. What changes are ‘under the covers’? The interesting bit!
  • 35. What changes are ‘under the covers’? The interesting bit!
  • 36. First Up, Pre-requisites There are a number of framework pre-requisites that must be met before installation of Lotus Connections They’ve changed substantially for Connections 3.0...
  • 37. Lotus Connections 3.0 System Requirements (Frameworks) LC2.5 LC3.0 WAS WAS 6.1.0.23 WAS ND 6.1.0.23 WAS ND 7.0.0.7 DB DB2 9.1.6, 9.5.3 Oracle 10g 10.2.0.4 MS SQL 2005 Enterprise DB2 9.5, 9.7 Oracle 10g 10.2.0.4 MS SQL 2005 Enterprise HTTP WAS/IHS 6.1.0.23 WAS/IHS 7.0.0.7 LDAP ITDS 6.0.0.3, 6,1 Lotus Domino 7.0.2, 8.0.x, 8.5.x MS AD 2003 Sun Java System Directory Server 5.2 Sun Java Platform Standard Edition 6.0 Novell eDirectory 8.8 IBM TDI 6.1.1 FP 6 ITDS 6.2.0.1 Lotus Domino 8.5.x MS AD 2003,ADAM MS 2008 Sun Java System Directory Server 6.3 Novell eDirectory 8.8.5 TDI 7.0
  • 38. Lotus Connections 3.0 System Requirements (OS) LC2.5 LC3.0 Server OS Windows 2003 32 bit Standard & EE Windows 2008 64 bit Enterprise Edition AIXVersion 5.3 TL10(System i/p) SLES10.0 32 bit Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) AS/ES Version 4.0 Update 7(x86-32) Windows 2003 32 bit Standard & EE Windows 2008 64 bit Enterprise Edition AIX 6.1, 64 bit kernel support SLES10 32 bit RedHat 5.4 64 bit Linux on System z – SLES 10 and RedHat 5.4 Client OS Windows XP Pro,Vista SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED) 10.0 x86-32 Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger x86-32 Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard x86-32 Windows XP Pro,Vista, 7 32 bit (and 64 bit toleration) RedHat Desktop 5.4 Mac OS X 10.6
  • 39. Lotus Connections 3.0 System Requirements (Client) LC2.5 LC3.0 Browser Windows 2003 32 bit Standard & EE Windows 2008 64 bit Enterprise Edition AIXVersion 5.3 TL10(System i/p) SLES10.0 32 bit Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) AS/ES Version 4.0 Update 7(x86-32) Firefox 3.5 (Win/RH/Mac) Safari 4.0.5 (Mac) IE6 (WinXP) IE7 (WinXP, Vista) IE8 (WinXP, Vista, 7) Mobile Apple iPhone, iPod Touch Nokia Series 60 v3.x, v5.x Android 2.x Apple iPhone, iPod Touch Nokia Series 60 v3.x, v5.x Android 2.x
  • 40. Installation and Upgrade The installation procedure has changed significantly Installation now much faster: Actual installer still take approximately an hour But start-to-finish now approximately 60% of Connections 2.5 install time Upgrades from Connections 2.5.0.2 to Connections 3.0 will be supported
  • 41. The New Installer Connections 3.0 installer is based on the newest install technology – IBM Rational Install Manager (2.5 was based on Install Shield). This is the same as used for Lotus Sametime 8.5. The new installer has a more flexible GUI Supports installation of multiple product simultaneously Integrates install/uninstall/upgrade/modify into one GUI Connections 3.0 installer supports Network Deployment version of WAS only No longer support Stand-alone deployment (still able to migrate from 2.5 stand-alone to 3.0 ND) Connections 3.0 installer supports installing multiple nodes at the same time The installer will run directly against Deployment Manager and Managed Node rather than on unmanaged nodes (like 2.5) Connections 3.0 installer is faster with reduced post-install steps !" !"#$%&'()*+,$-+&./ !"#$0&1'23,1(2*4 !15(*44$/*1,45$6$/+&3.7($5,4,7(2&1
  • 42. Installing a New Environment High-level overview of installation process: Pre-install steps Prepare WebSphere Application Server environment Install Deployment Manager and Node1 Install Node2/Node3/... Add node Configure Security/LDAP Create Connections databases Populate Profiles database Install using installer Post-Install Add Blogs admin Configure IBM HTTP Server
  • 43. Target Installation Environment On DMgr, can either: install WAS ND from scratch (Cell profile), or create a Cell profile in existing WAS using PMT On additional nodes: Either: install WAS ND from scratch (AppSvr profile), or create a Cell profile in existing WAS using PMT, choosing AppSvr profile add new nodes to DMgr Configure security/LDAP on DMgr (federated repositories, as for Connections 2.5)
  • 44. Creating Databases New Database Wizard for Connections 3.0 “Nanny mode” enables you to look into the detailed commands the Wizard runs, selected by default Streamlined Wizard reduces number of questions asked Population Wizard much improved too Uses TDI 7.0
  • 45. Installing the Connections code Install using installer Prepare content store directories Prepare database driver on all nodes Copy installer to DMgr machine Start installer Restart WAS env Restart DMgr/node (DMgr should always be started first and stopped last) Full synchronize (on DMgr console) Start all cluster (on DMgr console)
  • 46. The New Installer New Installation Manager process Still defaults to c:Program Files on Windows Don’t do it!! (avoid spaces) Installation path must be empty Detects WAS installation directory New topology options: Small/Medium/Large Asks for DB password once if selected (yay!)
  • 47. Post Install Much simplified over Connections 2.5 Install and configure HTTP and Plug-in Configure Blogs
  • 48. On Connections 2.5 now? How do we get to 3.0?
  • 49. On Connections 2.5 now? How do we get to 3.0? More Questions!!
  • 50. On Connections 2.5 now? How do we get to 3.0? More Questions!!
  • 51. On Connections 2.5 now? How do we get to 3.0? More Questions!! How many of you have Connections 2.5 in place?
  • 52. On Connections 2.5 now? How do we get to 3.0? More Questions!! How many of you have Connections 2.5 in place? Already at Connections 2.5.0.2?
  • 53. Upgrading to Connections 3.0 DB migration In-place upgrade (always backup before you proceed) DB wizard or manual upgrade (using SQL scripts) Side-by-side Install 2.5 DB on new host Using db transfer tool or local DB tools to transfer DB DB upgrade using DB wizard (or manual steps) Application migration (effectively always side-by-side) New install LC 3.0 on WAS 7.0 Migrate configuration and content store using migration tool Same process for migrating a 2.5 stand-alone and 2.5 ND in terms of migration tool Migration framework remains the same as 2.5
  • 54. And from an Admin perspective?
  • 55. User Lifecycle Management Add a consistent concept of “state” in Lotus Connections - active and inactive Employees no longer located in the user repository can be inactivated in Connections An employee can be re-activated Net benefits: Make easier and solve issues around the reuse of emails and logins Enhanced user experience Background process keeping in sync user data across all LC databases Infrastructure pushing user meta-data from Profiles to other LC services Keep in sync display name, email, logins, directory id and state Lower the administrative complexity -no longer needed to run administrative WSAdmin commands against all services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
  • 56. User Lifecycle Management Marked with a specific style in membership lists Business card and Profiles page Omitted from typeahead components used for Notification/Membership/Access Control Can no longer be added to a network Can be hidden from search results (Profiles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
  • 57. Globalisation Globalization and ignoring punctuation in searches Default behaviour is to ignore accents – the and thé are equivalent Can enable language sensitivity (via WSAdmin) Requires recreation of index Results in larger index Can choose to ignore punctuation (via WSAdmin) These marks will be removed from search terms
  • 58. New Server Metrics Bookmarks, Communities, Files, Homepage, Profiles, Search and Wikis E.g. Number of users Most popular tags Size of Files libraries Search indexing times Each service has its own access URL, eg: http://<servername.com:port>/communities/service/html/servermetrics http://<servername.com:port>/dogear/toolbox/servermetrics Details will be in the Infocenter under each service
  • 59. Activities Scheduler Prior to Connections 3.0, Activities used the Quartz scheduler Now using the WebSphere scheduler Consistent with other Connections services Changes to Activities scheduled tasks are not migrated forward Must be re-configured in oa-config.xml or via WSAdmin
  • 60. Search Index Multiple nodes Indexes can be managed across several nodes Temporary directories can be configured for each node to store the files for indexing You can remove a node from the index management table when it is removed from a cluster Scripted backup A task can be scheduled to backup the index Purging content Allows admin to delete content for a specific application, rather than deleting and recreating the whole index (Yay!)
  • 61. What Next? If you have Connections 2.5, do not stand still! Try out the Connections 3.0 instance in the Lotus Greenhouse Look out for more details on the new release (Suzanne’s session, Techtalks, webcasts etc.) Evangelise, drive adoption, socialise your organisation (and your customers, partners, friends...)! Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
  • 62. What Next? If you have Connections 2.5, do not stand still! Try out the Connections 3.0 instance in the Lotus Greenhouse Look out for more details on the new release (Suzanne’s session, Techtalks, webcasts etc.) Evangelise, drive adoption, socialise your organisation (and your customers, partners, friends...)! Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
  • 63. What Next? If you have Connections 2.5, do not stand still! Try out the Connections 3.0 instance in the Lotus Greenhouse Look out for more details on the new release (Suzanne’s session, Techtalks, webcasts etc.) Evangelise, drive adoption, socialise your organisation (and your customers, partners, friends...)! Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
  • 64. What Next? If you have Connections 2.5, do not stand still! Try out the Connections 3.0 instance in the Lotus Greenhouse Look out for more details on the new release (Suzanne’s session, Techtalks, webcasts etc.) Evangelise, drive adoption, socialise your organisation (and your customers, partners, friends...)! Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
  • 65. What Next? If you have Connections 2.5, do not stand still! Try out the Connections 3.0 instance in the Lotus Greenhouse Look out for more details on the new release (Suzanne’s session, Techtalks, webcasts etc.) Evangelise, drive adoption, socialise your organisation (and your customers, partners, friends...)! Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
  • 66. What Next? If you have Connections 2.5, do not stand still! Try out the Connections 3.0 instance in the Lotus Greenhouse Look out for more details on the new release (Suzanne’s session, Techtalks, webcasts etc.) Evangelise, drive adoption, socialise your organisation (and your customers, partners, friends...)! Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
  • 67. What Next? If you have Connections 2.5, do not stand still! Try out the Connections 3.0 instance in the Lotus Greenhouse Look out for more details on the new release (Suzanne’s session, Techtalks, webcasts etc.) Evangelise, drive adoption, socialise your organisation (and your customers, partners, friends...)! Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
  • 68. What Next? If you have Connections 2.5, do not stand still! Try out the Connections 3.0 instance in the Lotus Greenhouse Look out for more details on the new release (Suzanne’s session, Techtalks, webcasts etc.) Evangelise, drive adoption, socialise your organisation (and your customers, partners, friends...)! Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
  • 69. What Next? If you have Connections 2.5, do not stand still! Try out the Connections 3.0 instance in the Lotus Greenhouse Look out for more details on the new release (Suzanne’s session, Techtalks, webcasts etc.) Evangelise, drive adoption, socialise your organisation (and your customers, partners, friends...)! Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
  • 70. What Next? If you have Connections 2.5, do not stand still! Try out the Connections 3.0 instance in the Lotus Greenhouse Look out for more details on the new release (Suzanne’s session, Techtalks, webcasts etc.) Evangelise, drive adoption, socialise your organisation (and your customers, partners, friends...)! Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
  • 71. What Next? If you have Connections 2.5, do not stand still! Try out the Connections 3.0 instance in the Lotus Greenhouse Look out for more details on the new release (Suzanne’s session, Techtalks, webcasts etc.) Evangelise, drive adoption, socialise your organisation (and your customers, partners, friends...)! Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
  • 72. What Next? If you have Connections 2.5, do not stand still! Try out the Connections 3.0 instance in the Lotus Greenhouse Look out for more details on the new release (Suzanne’s session, Techtalks, webcasts etc.) Evangelise, drive adoption, socialise your organisation (and your customers, partners, friends...)! Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
  • 73. What Next? If you have Connections 2.5, do not stand still! Try out the Connections 3.0 instance in the Lotus Greenhouse Look out for more details on the new release (Suzanne’s session, Techtalks, webcasts etc.) Evangelise, drive adoption, socialise your organisation (and your customers, partners, friends...)! Image: http://www.slideshare.net/Niezette/100-pictures-for-powerpoint-presentations
  • 74. Remember... But in truth, social software users do and the business problems the tools address. Jakob Nielsen, Usability Guru
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  • 77. Did you know? lotusinfocenters.com lotuswikis.com planetlotus.org thisweekinlotus.com
  • 78. Did you know? lotusinfocenters.com lotuswikis.com planetlotus.org thisweekinlotus.com
  • 79. Questions?
  • 80. Thank you!

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