I was at the European ISSL Professional Symposium in Vilnius at the beginning of this week. There were more than 300 people, primarily people from ISSL.
My composite application session had the second most enrollments and since the actual number of people was pretty much identical I assume that my session was the second best attended one. The only session with more people was the Quickr overview. The hands on composite application session was booked out and all attendees managed to build their first NSF component, Eclipse component and NSF based application. In the composite application BOF I had very interesting discussions with the ISSL people.
Looks like everyone agrees on the great value add of this new capability in Lotus Notes 8 making Notes a real integration platform.