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Not too sure what to do with your rejected Lotusphere session abstracts?!

A Idea! Amanda Bauman has an excellent idea which she mentioned on the Lotus Technical Information and Education Team Blog, in her post Lotusphere speakers - We want you..., where she asks the Lotusphere session speakers to consider submitting their sessions to their respective IBM Lotus Product Wiki.

If you made a presentation at Lotusphere this year, or if you submitted an abstract that didn't get accepted, I want to hear from you! I would like to work with you to get the information you presented (or were hoping to present) into our Lotus Product wikis.

I'd stress the suggestion for those of you who did not have their session abstract accepted to submit their content to the IBM Lotus Product Wikis... and here's why:

Not only would your contribution be eligible for the IBM developerWorks Author Achievement Recognition Program, but it will also give you the platform to share your ideas that otherwise might not have an audience.

And who's to say that your article, having become canon in the IBM Lotus Product Wikis, wouldn't help with consideration for Lotusphere 2011?! ;-)

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