denisemck 1200006SCS Visits (2442)
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Post Author: Denise McKinnon
Now available in the open beta for ClearQuest 8.0.1 is the improved ability to update multiple records in the ClearQuest Web client. ClearQuest development has recorded a demonstration of the changes and would like your feedback!
In ClearQuest Web 7.1 and 8.0, it was only possible to perform simple modifications to multiple records. The feature now has several improvements, including the ability to perform state transitions on multiple records. You can find the demonstration of these changes in the download list for the ClearQuest Open Beta.
This feature is still in development, and your feedback is appreciated to help with improvements. See ClearQuest Open Beta Support for info on posting feedback or questions. Keep in mind that ClearQuest 8.0.1 is in beta and is subject to change. See the open beta website for more information on the program's terms and conditions.
kellypuffs 06000168YK Visits (1765)
From the good folks at Jazz.net:
Read more about the debut of JazzHub Beta 2 HERE.
(oh, and btw, did you know the Rational Software Student Center is on Facebook?)
kellypuffs 06000168YK Visits (2554)
It was another gorgeous sunny day here in Littleton, Massachusetts yesterday - perfect for the IBM Green Team's Electric Car Show, where colleagues were invited to bring their electric cars for show and tell, while the rest of us drooled.
Of course, the Chevy Volt was well-represented, as might be expected. "It's Shake and Bake, and we helped!"
The BMW 100%-electric ActiveE was on view. Rise, Electronauts!
But I think the uncontested star of the show was Bob Hurst's 1957 Citroen 2CV, converted to electric back in 1973 ..... 1973, people,.... by the good man himself, in response to the OPEC oil crisis.
You can read the full story of this fabulous green-ness here in this Hemmings article.
Many thanks to the car owners who shared their passions with us: Bill, Stuart, Steve, Simon, and Jim and his dad Bob. And thanks to the IBM Green Team for sharing with us!
kellypuffs 06000168YK Visits (3769)
This week at lunch, thanks to the good offices of the IBM Green Team, we got a chance to check out the handiwork of one of our colleagues, who has converted his car to run on vegetable oil.
Just because he could.
SO cool. Here is Byron Garcia's story, in his own words:
It's all kinds of smart, green, thrifty, geeky, innovative, roll
What's not to love?
Now I want one.
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