A comment form Patrick pointed me to session KEY102 to learn what’s new in Domino or Notes and that there is a livestream for this session.
So I went to http://www-01.ibm.com/software/collaboration/events/connect/featured_sessions.html and looked for a session overview. Nothing, only marketing speech about the tracks.
Then I clicked the search icon in the upper right corner and searched for KEY102. And as quite often in websites, the search is useless, have a look at the result! Did I looked for “Key Position Codes and Scan Codes for Keyboards” or “Key wrapping”? Hell no! I’m on the Connect 2014 website, and I only want to search in Connect 2014 related content! What an exceptional customer experience!
Then there is a link to slideshare.net. And what do I find there? Only old stuff regarding Connect 2013.
So, back to Google. Search for “IBM Connect 2014 KEY102“. Finally, relevant content. But not from IBM. On a blog post I learned that the full name for the session is “KEY102 : IBM Messaging and Collaboration: Innovations and Priorities for Today and Tomorrow”.
Searching for that session title I found a PDF for the pocket agenda, but no info about a livestream. I give up.
Without the community, no product news from Connect 2014 would be available at all. So I’m waiting for someone attending KEY102 and writing about it.
Update: I found it. Go to http://www-01.ibm.com/software/collaboration/events/connect/, find the Video Library below the live stream player, click on “Conferences”, don’t let you be disturbed by folders like “Vision” and “Pulse” but click on “IBM Connect”, then click “IBM Connect 2014”, then click “General Sessions”, get the idea that “Day 1 – IBM Messaging and” could be the KEY102 session and click it. There it is, the recording of the KEY102 session.
What about a simple list with session IDs, their titles and a direct link to the live stream recording?