the world is changing and we should define some technical terms. I published this as an article, so I can decide what contributions I want to add to my article and what not. A free discussion is a totally different show.
Hi contributors to uniface.info and all other members of this forum,
we have some vital changes in unifaceland and we have to set up
some technical terms to cope with the situation.
From my point of view we have:
uniface.info this forum
uniface.org the new business unit (lead by Aad van Schetsen)
uniface.lab the people developing the tool Uniface in “the Lab” (Ton Blankers)
uniface.sales the new uniface salesforce
uniface.NORG national uniface organisation
uniface.de uniface (german subsidiary)
uniface.nl uniface (netherlands subsidiary)
uug.* the uniface user groups
uug.de uniface user group (germany)
uug.nl uniface user group (netherlands)
uug.us uniface user group (united states)
uni.* uniface network initiatives/groups (run by users etc. to “spread the word”)
uni.lin.UPN “uniface professional network” on www.linkedin.com
uni.lin.CGC “compuware global community” on www.linkedin.com
uni.XING.UU “Uniface Users” applied for at “XING”
ISECU the independend self-employed craftsmen for uniface (aka theGuild)
dITo The “do IT ourself” initiative to offload wishes from “the lab” which can be implemented by 3rdparties.
Plus a couple of adresses you will find on the “Uniface Web Sites” link.
P.S. If you want to add some technical terms, feel free to add your suggestions