Announcing the #domino2025 Online Forum – January 16-18, 2018
What an exciting start to 2018 for the Domino Community. The passion and dedication we have seen from our customers and partners have reinforced the opportunity we have in reinvigorating the portfolio that changed the collaboration and workflow application markets.
Hosted on IBM DeveloperWorks, the “#domino2025 Online Forum” will be active for fifty-five hours across the globe to gather your business and technical input and prioritization. This incarnation of the #domino2025 jam is an ideation blog staffed by IBM product management, IBM technical sellers and HCL development teams.
The purpose of the online forum is to expand on the great ideas and input gathered previously from over twenty face to face jams and virtual events held. To ensure our focus and results, we are specifically targeting the top 10 ideas from over 1,000 people globally.
The intent of the #domino2025 Online Forum is to garner:
- Your input on the core components of Domino V10 roadmap including App Dev, Mail, Chat and Meetings.
- Your ideas on the vision and core elements for the next wave beyond 2018.
- Both qualitative and quantitative insights into the formulation of the roadmap and product vision through surveys and prioritization of ideas in the blog.
If you registered previously, or attended a jam or virtual event, you should get a personal invite to join the forum.
Once you gain access, please watch the introductory video and complete the following three surveys before diving in.
So, what is happening with all of your input?
We will be announcing the V10 roadmap and product vision at IBM Think 2018 as well as showcasing exciting new features we are working on as we execute on your input. In addition, we will be hosting face to face and virtual events globally to share what the roadmap will mean to you after IBM Think 2018.
We are excited about the partnership between IBM and HCL and look forward to delivering on the features and strategy we have established for 2018 and beyond. We hope to meet you at IBM Think 2018, as well as any of the user group events this year including Engage 2018 or DNUG 2018 Annual event (in German).