For those who are going to Lotusphere, you can now get session time and information on the Lotus website. (For those who are not, hurry up and register. This Lotusphere promises to be even cooler than last year, with more Notes/Domino sessions).
Every year people gripe about getting the Lotusphere session information in accessible (read: synchable with my Palm Pilot or other PDA) formats, I have completed my fifth annual labor of love and converted the sessions to a db. There are more fun bells and whistles to make the database useful for planning purposes as well.
The Lotus Tracks & Sessions page (http://www.lotus.com/events/govfor.nsf/wdocs/ls2005trackslist)
Genii Software's 2005 Session db: (http://www.GeniiSoft.com/showcase.nsf/LS2005_SessionsDB)
My blog post where I provide more information (and unfettered enthusiasm)
Note: this year, the database starts with all kinds of information already in place, date, time, location, speakers, repeats, special sessions, etc. etc. Let me know anything else you would like to see, but there is more to be added already. Also, watch this forum for some alternate ways to look at the schedule for those who can't read what is on the Lotus site.
By the way, if you choose to use the db to do some exciting and cool app, be sure to let me know so I can mention it on the web page. I love to give credit, and think of how many people will see your cool app. Approximately one third of Lotusphere attendees downloaded the sessions db last year, and that doesn't count people who got it from a friend.