The goal is this :
Why i have to use Quickr? Because i can have teamspaces, i can share documents, i can do checkout/checkin of almost "any" document type.
So this could mean that i can "move" most (or all?) the files that i may have on a file library and share them with the Lotus Quickr library using a much stable controls ( better folder permissions on Quickr portal!) and make the user taste the difference from a simple "file server".
The problem is, if the customer has documents that contains links to other documents they will get lost after the "migration".
And he cannot make them again because of the actual Quickr library "structure" .
I cannot "map" a library like a F:\ drive and my application (Openoffice writer by example??) could not reach directly the place for insert a link to another document on my library.
Same if i have Office connectors.
This is a big limitation that currently makes for us Quickr hard to sell...
So IBM think to build up a "new" quickr connector that can link the user libraries as a standard Shared drive.