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My presentations posted here from Lotusphere 2010

By Andrew Pollack on 01/25/2010 at 08:18 AM EST

I've posted my slide decks from LS2010 here. Please keep in mind, this site is the ONLY place you'll find the actual slide decks I used, along with any updates made when people point out issues, additions, or errors.

Please use these slides to advance your own skills, but do not redistribute them or copy the content into other forms or presentations.

It is not cool to re-upload these to a drop-box, to scribd, to slideshare, or anyplace else without specifically asking me first. I've been extremely disappointed to find this already done with the versions distributed by IBM at the show. Aside from being a copyright violation, it is a disservice to the reader and to me.

The A-Z of Domino Security (With Gabriella Davis)

IBM Lotus Domino Server & Application Performance in the Real World

Running your IBM Lotus Domino server on Linux

Performing your own IBM Lotus Domino Security Review



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re: My presentations posted here from Lotusphere 2010By x on 01/25/2010 at 08:57 AM EST
I find no copyright in the slides?
re: My presentations posted here from Lotusphere 2010By Andrew Pollack on 01/25/2010 at 09:23 AM EST
You'll find a full legal copyright page in the ones posted on the sites I
mentioned.

As to the source version posted here, my request should suffice as of course
everyone knows how ridiculous it would be for me to threaten actual legal
action.

If our community cannot respect the goodwill associated with published
information, the only result will be that in the future I'm less likely to make
the information available in such a useful format. I'm more likely to publish
as a series of watermarked JPG files. This makes the content much less useful,
longer to download, and generally unfriendly. Who would want that?

By the way -- as you've opted to hide your identity (which you've actually
revealed to me through the IP address you used) I should by rights be just
deleting your comment. I'm not going to do that in this case as it's a
legitimate (if somewhat hostile) point.
re: My presentations posted here from Lotusphere 2010By Kai Benjaminsen on 01/25/2010 at 09:59 AM EST
Thanks Andrew.

I really enjoyed the BP115 Performing you own IBM Lotus Domino Security Review
session.
re: My presentations posted here from Lotusphere 2010By Andrew Pollack on 01/25/2010 at 01:44 PM EST
You're welcome. I really hope it helps you move your company in a positive
direction.
re: My presentations posted here from Lotusphere 2010By Graham Horne on 01/25/2010 at 03:53 PM EST
Thank You Andrew. Running on Linux, will help me get Bill Gates / Steve Ballmer
out of my life at long last!


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