The Guardian: ´We are trying to make it better´

As a follow-up to lastweek's article about Notes end-userperceptions, and thesubsequentdiscussionin theblogosphere,The Guardian's CharlesArthur has published a compendiumof comments...some from mails to him directly, others from blogs.I thought for a minute about dissectingthe negative user comments, but Mr. Arthur has included a balance of positiveand negative.  This is also what we saw in TheAge (Australia) discussion.  Ithink the Guardian's readers are well-served by the follow-up.  Hopefullythere will be more positives in the future as Notes 7 takes hold, "Hannover"goes to beta, and there is joy in the world.  (Note: Today's printedition apparently features a photo of Mike Rhodin at Lotusphere with "Hannover"on screen).Link: TheGuardian: 'We are trying to make it better'>

As a follow-up to last week's article about Notes end-user perceptions, and the subsequent discussion in the blogosphere, The Guardian's Charles Arthur has published a compendium of comments...some from mails to him directly, others from blogs.

I thought for a minute about dissecting the negative user comments, but Mr. Arthur has included a balance of positive and negative.  This is also what we saw in The Age (Australia) discussion.  I think the Guardian's readers are well-served by the follow-up.  Hopefully there will be more positives in the future as Notes 7 takes hold, "Hannover" goes to beta, and there is joy in the world.  (Note: Today's print edition apparently features a photo of Mike Rhodin at Lotusphere with "Hannover" on screen).

Link: The Guardian: 'We are trying to make it better' >

Originally by Ed Brill from Ed Brill on February 16, 2006, 4:53am