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Hi Florian, *,

Florian Reisinger schrieb:
Am 19.05.2011 02:59, schrieb Webmaster for


Are we looking at end-of-June [or July] as a possible earliest
release of 3.4?
That would give a month or more for RC versions.

I just would like to start making plans for the next version of the
DVD project[s].
Right now the DVDs are 3.3.2 based.  If we have 4-6 weeks till the
3.4 release, then I will know how much time I will have for the
3.3.2 DVD version and not make too many of them ahead.  I hope to
get the DVD printer shipped to me mid to late June, so I am not
thinking about too many copies on my end, but others in my team? 
Also soon I hope we would have a link to the ISO file[s] for the NA
DVDs [Windows, and Win/Linux/Mac]

Critical?? I tried with a .pptx I could not see any text!!
(Sometimes): No table,no text, no movie
Draw: A text is missing (de)

Files: one *.pptx and a picture

I am not sure, if these bugs are critical, but they should be

Sorry I don't understand. How does this relate to Tim's DVD sheduling
You refer to??

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