Marcy sent back an extended response, which I think might be useful for those deciding when and where to start messing with basic, location based interfaces. The discussion is about the ribbon in 2010, but it could be about moving or altering any major interface piece.
Fortunately, SharePoint 2010 has addressed this issue through the implementation of Content Type Hubs.
I had a conversation with Marcy Keller last night about the best way to expose the amount of content we have on EndUserSharePoint.com when migrating to SharePoint 2010.
There are so many new features and enhancements in SharePoint 2010 that it’s hard to keep track of all of the great things going on
I hit my first stumbling block when building out the architecture for the new 2010 site. I don’t like the default publishing page, so I figured I’d go in and delete the areas on the page that were hogging the entire space. No go. These are fixed areas that can’t be deleted or moved.
This is the first of a series of articles documenting the process of moving content from a WordPress blog, a bbPress PHP forum, and a SharePoint 2007 MOSS site into SharePoint 2010.
A significant portion of SharePoint 2010’s Web 2.0 look and feel derives from its use of modal popups.
You may or may have not heard about a new type of Solution in SharePoint 2010 called the “Sandbox Solution.”
A key new search feature offered in SharePoint 2010 is what’s known as the Refinement Panel, which is a web part displayed on the search results page along the left hand side of the interface.
I recently spent some time looking at SharePoint Server 2010 and it’s competition from vendors like Oracle, IBM, and Google