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On Fri, 2011-08-12 at 12:00 -0400, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions wrote:
On 08/12/2011 10:52 AM, Rajesh Sankar R wrote:
Hello Friends,
      I am really sorry for the brake that I had. Met with an accident and
just now recovering. I wanted to start a DVD project for India release just
before I last disappeared, and now I want to continue it. Can you please
tell me how to start and go about it?

Feel free to contact me for information.

I am the host for the North American Community DVD project

We are also working on a version being hosted by the LibreOfficeBox 
people in Germany on a CMS system

Right - 

So - the first step would be to request a set of sites be created in the
LibreOfficeBox domain.

One site will be for building the disc image.

The other site will be for distributing the iso image you create.

You would then need to create an account at the LibreOfficeBox domain
and your account will be give you access to the CMS (Content Mangaement
System) administrative functions.

At that point if you want to start by translating English pages, I would
offer to move the pages from the north-america site to this new
location. From there you can edit the text and remove packages that
would not be suitable (an English grammer checker for instance).

But really the question of DVD vs CD comes in here also - you could toss
much of what is included in the North-America disc.

If you would like, we can figure out a way for you to get all the files 
from the LibreOffice-NA.US site that you might want for your DVD project.

Not really needed - they are already on the CMS system.

One final note - please keep the conversation on-list.



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