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wiki-page for what? If it is for the NA-DVD, that wiki page[s] has not been updated much over the past few months.

The DVD ISO files is the same as in the online version,
except now the online version now has 3.5.5 installs. That is why there is an online version. You can see what the DVD is all about and decide if you want to spend the bandwidth to download the ISO file or not. Usually the online version gets updated before the ISO file[s] get uploaded and listed on the LO download system.

So to see what it in the NA-DVD, all you have to do is look through the online version.

I really hope the 3.5.5 version gets published onto the CD/DVD download pages soon. Drew needed a copy so I had to upload it to his server, since he could not get it, yet, from the LO system.

On 07/18/2012 02:55 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
I think you mean "what kind of things are within the iso" or "what is contained within the iso".  
Something like that.  There is a wiki-page somewhere, i think, but i am not sure how up-to-date it is.
Apols and regards from
Tom :)

--- On Wed, 18/7/12, William Moreno <> wrote:

From: William Moreno <>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Re: Spanish-Nicaragua spell checking dictionary
Date: Wednesday, 18 July, 2012, 3:54


I am downloading the 3.5.4 iso file, and want to have and idea about what
kind of lies are  inside the iso file and what it is going to be necesary
for the spanish DVD

2012/7/17 webmaster-Kracked_P_P <>

Here is the label I use for the 3.5.5 DVD and a link to the background
image.  It is square, but label making software should mask out the
unneeded areas.  You can take the background and add your own text.  I use
an Epson Artisan printer to print the labels onto inkjet printable DVD
media.  Better than paper labels or marker-pen.**label-2----version--3.5.5.jpg<>**label-2-blank-only-background.**png<>

As soon as the 3.5.5 DVD is listed at**download/?type=box&version=3.**5.5<>
download the .iso file [ 4 GB in size ] and then look at all the files and
such there.  It can help with the creation of your DVD. It does have a lot
of the files already downloaded and stored in their respected folders.
   Then you can take the work done here and see what you can do to make it do
what you want your DVD to be like.

I started with the design and theme of the first German DVD, then changed
to a different theme later on.  I have had over a year to work on this DVD
and plan on doing a new theme/design in the near future.

The "Extras" part of the DVD is other free software.  I have about 2.1 GB
of install files for LO - Windows, Mac, and Linux.  The rest of the 4 GB
DVD are the documents, extensions, dictionaries, artwork, and extras.

I like DVD that are stuffed full of usable files for my user base or those
who might give them to other users.

On 07/17/2012 12:17 PM, William Moreno wrote:

Thank for your message.

It could be great to have a DVD with a lot of coll thinks about LibO.

It can something like the installer for windows, linux (deb y rpm) and
MAC, a instalation guide, some tutorial, tips and trick.

I can make a cover for the DVD and make copies for the FOSS events in my

This is a great idea, thanks

2012/7/17 webmaster-Kracked_P_P <>

   I saw your thread on the LO Marketing List
I was wondering if you ever used the Spanish-Nicaragua spell checking

I found many localized Spanish spell checking dictionaries and have made
sure that that are part of the LibreOffice North American Community DVD
Project's DVD.**download/?type=box&version=3.**5.4<>

The 3.5.5 version should be listed in the CD/DVD download pages soon.

This DVD project is over a year old and has become the starting point for
several local/regional LO distribution projects.  Versions of it has been
give out at different tech events and shows.

There is an online version of our DVD, which is the same as the physical
DVD, and used for testing and browsing/using to help decide if you want
download the 4 GB .iso file.**English-3.5-installs/**dictionary.html<>

I think, if you want to promote LibreOffice in your community, you might
want to create a DVD with LibreOffice installs and extras that might be
useful to a LibreOffice user.  Adding FOSS or other free software to a
can be useful.

Although the NA-DVD is written in English, and so are the documentation
files, you may find a way to make a DVD in Spanish - and any other
languages in your region - so that the receivers of a DVD would be able
browse the contents of the disc and see all the wonders of LibreOffice
FOSS software.

Tim L. - New York State, USA [NA-DVD email] [list email]

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