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Show n tell Thursdays

It's great to see the enthusiasm in theNotes/Domino community for the inaugural "Shown Tell Thursdays"  Adozen postings already talking about successful Notes/Domino applications,or tips from the real world.  Looks like most of what's been postedso far are technical tips, but there's this casestudy on Kieskeurig from Gerco Wolfswinkel:Q:How many unique visitors come to kieskeurig.nl, on an average day?"Usually we get more than 125.000visitors, and together they generate a little under a million pageviews.Most visitors hit the site around lunchtime, and in the evening hours between8 and 11 PM. As for data traffic, our site generates an average of 3,5GB per hour."...Kieskeurig.nl is running on Lotus Notes/Domino.Why?"We started out on Domino becauseI did a lot of Domino work when I was employed at e-office. Domino is agreat platform for a document based approach. The integrated Notes backendand Domino http frontend together create an environment where you can integrateprocesses, and work on a website together, with your whole organization."Greatstuff, everyone.  I'd like to see more stories of successful applications,not just tips and hints, on show-n-tell Thursday.  Let's see whathappens next week.

It's great to see the enthusiasm in the Notes/Domino community for the inaugural "Show n Tell Thursdays"  A dozen postings already talking about successful Notes/Domino applications, or tips from the real world.  Looks like most of what's been posted so far are technical tips, but there's this case study on Kieskeurig from Gerco Wolfswinkel:

Q: How many unique visitors come to kieskeurig.nl, on an average day?

"Usually we get more than 125.000 visitors, and together they generate a little under a million pageviews. Most visitors hit the site around lunchtime, and in the evening hours between 8 and 11 PM. As for data traffic, our site generates an average of 3,5 GB per hour."
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Kieskeurig.nl is running on Lotus Notes/Domino. Why?

"We started out on Domino because I did a lot of Domino work when I was employed at e-office. Domino is a great platform for a document based approach. The integrated Notes backend and Domino http frontend together create an environment where you can integrate processes, and work on a website together, with your whole organization."
Great stuff, everyone.  I'd like to see more stories of successful applications, not just tips and hints, on show-n-tell Thursday.  Let's see what happens next week.

Originally by Ed Brill from Ed Brill on February 16, 2006, 12:13pm