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Hi :)

To get this first issue completed faster and to avoid sending out these 
thousands of emails please can people avoid using "Request Publication"?

If you think the document might be ready enough then just go straight to "Save 
and Publish".

If you are not confident or feel slightly too unsure, or if you don't have 
publishing rights yet then just use "Save" but let this list know the page is 
nearly ready.

"Save" seems a good way of doing small or partial updates and getting them up on 
the site for other editors/reviewers to see.

Hopefully David and Hal and people agree to this temporary work-around to get 
our first release up there fast
Good luck and regards to all cheekily from
Tom :)

From: Jeremy Cartwright <>
Sent: Sat, 29 January, 2011 8:42:31
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-documentation] How to stop emails from CMS?

From: Stefan Weigel <>

Am 29.01.2011 00:23, schrieb Hal Parker:
Now that I have access to the website, I'm getting messages
whenever someone changes any page. How can I stop these emails?

You could create a filter rule with your mail provider or in your
mail client.


I've set a rule to filter all messages with `CMS Workflow: LibreOffice`
in the subject and its working just fine. Seemed the simplest way to
avoid the hassle.

Still cooking up some content for the site, David. Sometimes it's a
saute pan, sometimes it's a crock-pot. :D.

-- jdc

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