June 2007
PermaLink Fring 3.20 for Symbian released26.06.2007 10:47
Fring 3.20 (Symbian 9) was released yesterday and should fix some volume problems.
I am now using Fring for about a month on a Nokia E61. It allows you Instant Messaging and Voice over IP with Skype, Google Talk, MSN and SIP based VoIP. You can use GPRS, UMTS or WLAN (IEEE 802.11b/g) to connect.
I tested Fringe with chat to multiple partners and did not find any problems, you can easily switch from one conversation to the other using the smartphones little joystick.



PermaLink NSD improvements19.06.2007 17:16
Notes System Diagnostics (NSD) has been improved and downloads are available for the 6.5.x and 7.x codestream. Technote 1233676 explains what has been improved and fixed. For better NSD performance on AIX 5.3 you should install APAR IY95879.

Link:
Updated NSD



PermaLink Ytria aclEZ tool (Beta)11.06.2007 09:25
Ytria released a beta version (30 days free use) of aclEZ. This tool allows you to browse multiple databases ACL in a flexible way and allows you to edit the ACL on multiple databases as well.


PermaLink Book recommendations09.06.2007 09:43
On my vacation in May I had time to read another book I would like to recommend. It is "Verborgene Universen. Eine Reise in den extradimensionalen Raum" from Lisa Randall (ISBN: 3100628055), the english original is named "Warped Passages. Unraveling the Mysteries of the Universe's Hidden Dimensions".
This book is a must have if you are interested in physics.

Another book I read was "Lotus Notes Developers's toolbox. Tips for Rapid and Successful Deployment" from Mark Elliott (ISBN: 0132214482). Mark Elliott starts by explaining the basics for Notes/Domino Developers: DesignElements, Formula and LotusScript. If you are new to developing web-applications with Domino you will find a chapter focused on that area (reserved $$-fields, WebQuery-agents, ...). The second part of the book is a collection of projects you may face in real world plus, showing how to solve these problems with Notes.
I think the first part of the book is addressing the very beginners, not worth reading for people who have been working with Domino Designer before. I am also missing any word on JavaScript and Java which may be relevant to people new to Domino but working with Java before. The second part of the book is a good exercise (or use the solution as toolbox) for Domino Developers and a tough challenge for beginners as it even covers repeating calendar entries in a selfmade calendar application.

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