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On 07/01/2011 12:59 PM, drew wrote:
On Fri, 2011-07-01 at 12:46 -0400, Webmaster for wrote:
On 07/01/2011 11:30 AM, drew wrote:
On Thu, 2011-06-30 at 20:07 -0400, Webmaster for wrote:
On 06/30/2011 03:46 PM, drew wrote:

Just a quick note.

Moved, what I think are, the remaining files to 'the parking lot' server
and dashed off a note to Erich.

Will get back into HTML page fun later this evening, and will post an
email here again when I'm ready to call it quits for the night.

7 days to go - can we do it?


The documentation page does not have the full book for Calc listed.
I just noticed that .odt and .pdf files are now online on the LO doc page.
Do you want to add those links to the CMS server pages?
I will be doing so for the site sometime soon so it keeps

Yes, let's get the LibreOffice Calc guide in place on both servers.

If you want to get it up to the server i'll move it over to
the CMS server and link that in from the get go.

Will do so this weekend.  Do you want me to place them in a new folder
for you or just do the uploading to the proper folders?
I wonder about adding a link to the documentation page for the printed
Lulu book[s] that is[are] referenced on the LO document page[s]?

Also should our install page have German language added to it?  That is
the only one that is missing that is common for the NA region, I think.
Also the installs are currently 3.3.2, so should it be updated to 3.3.3?
I suppose - when you asked this the other day I think I misunderstood
and thought you meant a full set of HTML pages in German but you just
mean a section on the one page - that would be fine IMO.

No, just adding the German language and help packs to the install page.
I can do the work and email it to you, until I get an account for the
server.  I can also add the updated French and German[?] to the pages
that was asked for by Florian and the others.
I would rather you did not do that - that pages are being changed over
to work with SilverStripe and far enough along now that I would like to
just work in the one environment.

I was thinking about working on the pages I can save via the browser and work on those. I can do the editing of the files to add the files and such, then email the edited files and the needed likes to you. It will be the CMS files that are edited.


Since there is now the second line for navigation;
would you like me to split the Extension page to Extensions.html and
Maybe - we can look at that - but right now I just want to get what we
had there and linked properly. I'm moving things around in backend
(different directory structure), after that a split would be fairly

I will work on the current page[s] and see what is needed to make the changes. Then when the new folders are used, I can do the work on those files with the ideas worked out on earlier.
The newer style of the dictionaries layout I created looks better than
the old one you are using.

I made the the look where you do not keep stating the language for every
row if it is the same on the next line.  It makes the reading much
better.  I added green dotted lines as well, to see if that helps.  But
what I can do it just take the saved file from the browser and make two
copies.  One where the dictionaries are removed and the other where the
extensions are.  I would add the new navigation option to those pages as


So who do I contact to get the account for helping get the editing done
without having to save from the browser and then email the results to you?
Go go

Make an account and that is used for your credentials - just drop me an
email when you are done and I'll move your account into the correct

Krackedpress - is the nickname.

I hope I got it correct since half of the page was in German and would not translate via the system I have.

Let me know what you need from me to do the moving to the "correct group".

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