As good as this data was (and I thank you for it) some of it was a little spurious (people called "a a" or "test test") and there were never more than a couple of thousand records. What I really needed was a real address book with thousands of pretend people.
Well, now I have one. Here's a Domino Directory with more than 40k made up names.
To do this I started with an empty NSF based on the Directory template. Then I obtained a load of pretend names — half from fakenamegenerator.com and half from Davopedia.com's Data Maker. All I needed to do then was modify this CSV import script and I was off.
The result is a huge directory against which I can do some real stress testing of applications that refer to address books. It's still not perfect though. I need to add more "foreign" names with things likes accented characters. I also need there to be more occurrences of unique names, both first and last. From there I can use it in developing things like the "ultimate Domino name picker", which I'm working on now.
Would this database be useful as a download? If anybody wants a copy let me know. If there's interest I'll Zip and upload it.