I'd be happy to take a look at Symphony on my linux box, but it's completely opaque as to how to get the damn thing to run.
I finally found something called '/opt/ibm/lotus/Symphony/framework/rcp/rcplauncher' and tried running that, but it complained about my home directory being NFS mounted, told me that I should set a 'nonpersistent' setting some place to avoid it cacheing, and threw an exception trace.
I have no idea how to configure settings in the thing, and IBM's Symphony page is itself opaque next to almost any open source product. No 'Documentation' link, e.g.
The only reason that I even knew to look for a 'nonpersistent' setting is that I ran it from the command line. If I tried using the Freedesktop launcher icon, it didn't visibly do anything at all.
I used OS/2 back in the day, and this kind of user unfriendly software experience is very familiar to me. It's disappointing that IBM still can't
adopt to outside convention after all these years.
By having a 'bin' directory, say.
It's pretty obvious why Symphony has gotten wholly overlooked in the Linux world, guys.