On Sat, 2011-04-09 at 11:52 +0200, Erich Christian wrote:
Am 09.04.2011 00:23, schrieb Paulo de Souza Lima:
2011/4/8 Erich Christian<email@example.com>
Am 05.04.2011 03:59, schrieb Paulo de Souza Lima:
tell me where do I upload the ISO files for DVDs
Easiest you provide a link where we could fetch them from another
server, are they online somewhere?
Hummm. Unfortunately I don't have a server to put those large files in... =(
I was wondering we could host those files somewhere in TDF structure, just
like the install packages are. =/
Yepp sure, at time there is no public upload so I'll send you a ftp link
to upload your files and I'll fetch them from there - no problem.
and smaller ones for other
Yeap! I do think so =) But what exactly are "smaller ones"? What's the
php.ini is set to 32M max_upload_filesize
For really bigger files just use the ftp connection and tell me where to
All installers, lang- and helppacks are on the same server with our
Silverstripe install, no need to upload anything of this kind.
extensions - templates - extras?
Sorry, if this was covered already on a ML, if so I missed it.
Then of course I wonder if teams are ok with a common set of directory
names - meaning English I guess - or if they will prefer, likely I
suppose, for native language specific names.
I have no idea if (how, as I would guess it does) SilverStripe would
handle this if the requirement is stated as : a common physical
directory mapped to different labels for native language. I'm guessing
this has been thought about, as I say, just didn't see it mentioned.
So - Where is the thoughts on how is this going work?
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