My, was there a lot of reaction to last week’s article on Lotus Notes.
So… in this week’s Guardian Technology I’ve put together a selection of the responses. It’s a selection because there wasn’t room for everything; and because, after last week’s complaints, I only used emails and blogs where the sender gave a post town, or agreed to let their comment be used, or where the blogger’s identity and location could be verified.
There was a moment of insanity where I considered headlining it “The Empire Strikes Back”, but that was only because it was the sequel. Obviously such a title would have been inflammatory, and anyway wrong. If George Lucas’s successful film had been called “The Rebels At The Barricades” I’d surely have considered that too.
But instead the article’s called “We are trying to make it better”, based on the comment from the Notes UI lead.
- These posts might be related (the database thinks..):
- In The Guardian: Lotus Notes vs the end user (9 February 2006; score: 78.63%)
- Ooh, feel the anger: Fake Steve disses Lotus Notes (25 January 2008; score: 70.47%)
- The Lotus Notes hating just goes on... and on: it's the Marmite of the IT world (21 July 2008; score: 62.08%)