Posts Tagged ‘open source’

XPages boilerplate: useful code snippets and modules for your next XPages project

Wednesday, December 11th, 2013

When I start a new XPages project, I use lots of code snippets and modules from previous projects. Many of these code snippets and modules are open source or available on blog posts from fellow XPages bloggers. In this blog post I will list some of these useful code snippets and modules and hope that […]

Thanks, Bruce

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013

Thank you Bruce for all you have done for OpenNTF and the community since 2001. I have worked with you as a director on the OpenNTF board since October 2011. We have spoken together at IBM Connect 2013 on our open source project Collaboration Today. You are a great friend and mentor and I always enjoy […]

OpenNTF webinars for the open source community

Monday, May 6th, 2013

OpenNTF has announced a new initiative called OpenNTF Webinars. The first webinar takes place tomorrow, Tuesday May 7, and is all about OpenNTF. Join the web meeting and hear Bruce Elgort, Serdar Basegmez, Jesse Gallagher, Niklas Heidloff, Peter Tanner and me talk about OpenNTF and about what OpenNTF can offer the open source community. Future webinars […]

Slides from SPOT104 “How We Built CollaborationToday.info in a Matter of Weeks”

Friday, February 1st, 2013

Here is the presentation that Bruce Elgort and I used for our IBM Connect 2013 session called “How We Built CollaborationToday.info in a Matter of Weeks”. How We Built CollaborationToday.info in a Matter of Weeks from Per Henrik Lausten Thanks to all that attended our session. It was a great experience for me as a […]

I have been re-elected for the OpenNTF board of directors

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

My term on the OpenNTF board of directors expired after 1 year, and I am happy to have been re-elected for a 2 year term service. My 1st year on the board was an exciting year where I among many things helped with the judging of several contests (including the 1st XSnippets contest), helped setup […]

Notes/Domino 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 1: Great news for XPages

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

Great news for XPages today: Notes/Domino 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 1 has just been released. In short, Upgrade Pack 1 is an IBM supported version of the XPages Extension Library. This should help remove the fear of the Extension Library being open source that some customers have had, and thereby improve the adoption of XPages out […]

I am a member director on the OpenNTF board of directors

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

As previously blogged my company PHL Consult and I support OpenNTF and open source. To further show my support I nominated myself for one of the 9 member director positions in the OpenNTF board of directors. The board of directors for the newly incorporated OpenNTF has now been set and I am happy to have […]

PHL Consult supports OpenNTF and open source

Sunday, September 4th, 2011

My company, PHL Consult, became member of OpenNTF in August and thereby supports OpenNTF and the use of open source within the Lotus Domino/XPages community. This means that I support the idea of open source in general (and support OpenNTF as an organization) – and that I both contribute code to and reuse code from OpenNTF. I […]

XPages Web Analytics custom control on OpenNTF

Sunday, June 26th, 2011

What a great weekend for open source contributions from me! Yesterday I created the XPages SEO custom control – and today I have created a new XPages custom control for the OpenNTF development contest called XPages Web Analytics custom control: the custom control makes it easy to add web analytics to your XPages web site. In […]

XPages SEO custom control on OpenNTF

Saturday, June 25th, 2011

I have contributed to the OpenNTF development contest by creating an open source XPages Custom Control for Search Engine Optimization (SEO). The custom control makes it easy to add the following search engine friendly tags to your XPages web site: page title meta description meta robots meta keywords With these SEO tags bundled in a custom […]