Welcome, new curators!

Oliver Busse | 7 days ago | Comments
When I posted the „help wanted“ call for new curators last week I never expected this great feedback. Within less than 24 hours I was offered help from 5 people of our community.

First let me say a huge THANK YOU to all who offered help. We greatly appreciate you interest in moderating interesting content on CollaborationToday.

During the next 2 days after the call I onboarded Andi and Heiko who already moderated some posts. You see it‘s not that complicated to do this.

Stay tuned for more content and again thanks alot for your help!

CollaborationToday Needs You

Oliver Busse | 2 weeks ago | Comments
Collaboration Today, the news aggregator around anything HCL related content (fka IBM), social business, collaboration and community events needs your support: we are looking for curators to moderate content, blog posts and news around our beloved platforms like Domino, Connections, Sametime, DX, Nomad and other products from HCL.

We, the curators (Johnny, Kenio, Roberto, Matteo and myself), appreciate any help from our great community.

It's actually quite easy to moderate content on Collaboration Today. If you want to help us please contact me or any of us CT mods via support@openntf.org.

Thank you in advance!

Preparing for the Future of OpenNTF

Paul S Withers | 1 month ago | Comments
OpenNTF has grown organically for nearly twenty years. In that time, we have accumulated a lot of projects and a lot of entries in our directory. Just as the platform and the types of projects have evolved over that time, so have our members. Usernames are tied tightly to email addresses, meaning if people move company they accumulate logins. That is also true for contributors, which means logins may no longer be correct, because our contributors are more likely than most to have moved companies. And some of those contributors have moved on beyond just changing companies, but changing technologies, so they're no longer working actively with Domino. This provides a challenge for being up-to-date and as secure as we would like. Thankfully our friends at Prominic are able to identify who has logged in over a period of time. This allows us to identify which logins are active and which are not. So we'll be using that over the first three months of this year to enable us to clean up our data and provide better services across our infrastructure. At the end of that period, any users who have not logged in over the period will be purged. That does not prevent those people registering again. It also does not impact authentication into OpenNTF's Slack - that is managed within Slack itself. But it will allow us to better identify where a project no longer has an active project chef. So if you want your login to OpenNTF retained, please log into the site before the end of March. We will be reminding people regularly in the meantime.