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Best Practice Makes Perfect

A collaboration with Domino developers about how to do it and how to get it right in Domino

Revision: Never mind, looks like this survey is only open to Design Partners, who will have gotten email about it.

For everyone else, please note we're working with partners to make sure we do the highest-value improvements to DXL, first, as we work our way toward full fidelity.

Previous surveys of our business partners for DXL priorities have identified views, agents, and script libraries as high value areas for improvements. We've been working on those, and we believe you'll be pleased by the improvements in 8.5.1 CD6/Beta 1. We've greatly improved stability also, which was identified as a top priority.

We're about to plan the next phase of DXL work, and we'd like your further feedback to help us identify which improvements will be of the greatest immediate use to you. We're focusing on getting as much as we can into 8.5.1 to do the most good.

Please help us prioritize our upcoming activities by thinking about what you need most to do the things you want to do with DXL; then go to Crowded Wisdom on and weigh in. We'd like feedback from more people and thanks to this tool, are equipped to measure with more precision the relative "weight" of potential improvements.

Andre Guirard | 26 May 2009 10:47:35 AM ET | | Comments (6)


1) I’d suggest you post a link
Carl Tyler | 5/26/2009 11:24:15 AM

Lots of folks know about and use IdeaJam, very few know Crowded Wisdom.

2) Actually...
Nathan T. Freeman | 5/26/2009 11:50:28 AM

...I believe this instance of Crowded Wisdom is closed to only Design Partners. So I'm not sure there's any link that *can* be posted.

3) Is there a name for a small selective crowd ?
sean cull | 5/26/2009 12:08:48 PM

.. just wondering

4) In the fantasy genre, there are several
Tim Tripcony | 5/26/2009 12:40:58 PM

@Sean - according to the fantasy novel naming convention:

2 = pair

3 = party

4 = band

5 = posse

6 = group

>6 = mob

5) Is a public beta iminent?
Peter Presnell | 5/26/2009 4:20:59 PM

"8.5.1 CD6/Beta 1" - Does this indicate that a public beta for 8.5.1 may be close and that us non-design partners (the mob on the outer) may soon get to see a sneak preview of all the great work you guys have been doing (LS Editor, XPages for Notes, DXL improvements ...)?

6) "Poss(i)ed Wisdom" sounds about right
sean cull | 5/26/2009 5:58:44 PM

It conveys the impression that they all know each other and think the same way

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