Le 2011-02-05 11:12, Christian Lohmaier a écrit :
On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 4:10 PM, Marc Paré<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Maybe I missed something somewhere. Could someone explain the Document
Foundation LibreOffice Box project?
http://web.libreofficebox.org/ and http://www.libreoffice-box.org/
Well, what explanation do you want?
The german team has been providing a CD (and later also a DVD)
distribution with (at the time) OpenOffice.org as well as some other
free software and extras named "PrOOo-Box", and now continues with
LibreOffice instead of OOo.
So as such it is a volunteer project with quite a bit of tradition :-)
Thanks Christian. Is this part of the TDF/LibreOffice project? The
website has the LibreOffice and TDF names on it. And if so, are there
considerations being made for all NL groups? Are other NL groups
Some members of the marketing team are working on DVD
content(s)/design(s) and are looking at the design team for guidance.
Are the german team also working with the design team as well?
I can't seem to see any mention of it on the marketing, design lists and
only see one mention of it on the website list.
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