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Started the process of uploading all the file and folder archives for

This way every few days, or so, a person can look at this page and see if there is any changes in the files or folders for the North American Community DVD project's DVD.

Then the person can:

1]  download the whole archive list in that page

2]  make the folders using the archived folders and files

3] Then update only those files/folders as they come available instead of downloading the entire DVD ISO file, when it becomes available.

The majority of the edits will be on the HTML files, and the rest will be done only as needed. So the largest amount of download size will not need to be done except once every time the install versions change. Right now the install version is 3.3.1. When it changes to 3.3.2, then the install files will change along with the HTML files reflecting that change. The extension, template, dictionary, etc. archives should not need to be changed. That means that you will need to download a total of 2.2 GB instead of 4.x GB as an ISO file.

The link shown above is uploaded, but the archives will take hours and hours at my 120 KB/sec max upload speed from my Cable Modem broadband account. I am uploading the archives that are "not the install files" first, then the "install files archives" second.

9:00 am US Eastern time 4 of the 21 archives are uploaded. Give it about 10 hours or less to see all the archive files uploaded.

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