Well, I just updated the http://libreoffice-na.us/ page with the link
to the new 3.4.5 DVD and with a photo of the new look for the DVD and a
link to the original 2500 pixel, 1.4 MB, label I used to print the label
onto the media with my media printer.
I figured that a photo of the label would be better than a small version
of the label, like shown for the previous label.
If anyone wants the label background, without the text, let me know off
the lists and I will email it to them.
I hope that one of these days the 3.4.5 DVD will be on the list with the
German version, like my 3.4.4 is on that list. The "allplatforms_ de"
DVD lists it is "all platforms". NA-DVD is as well, with the "WLM" in
its file name. "Win" would be the Windows-only version, which I have to
make one of these days, soon maybe.
Yes, I agree with you, any North American conference, like the upcoming
"Biennial Conference in North America for LibreOffice.org" on the
marketing list and the "LinuxFest" in April would be two places for the
NA-DVD to show up at. 3.4.6 and 3.5.1 are slated for a March release
and 3.5.2 the first week of April. I thought I saw that 3.4.5 was going
to be the last of the 3.4.x line. Well, I could make a 3.4.6 version of
the DVD by the LinuxFest, but I do not think we would want the 3.5.x
line at the "Fest"s since it is still in the "curring edge" stages.
3.4.5 or 3.4.6 would be better.
The new label design is looking more like what the new design trend for
labels and other "stuff" that is shown on the
http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Existing_Designs#Disc_Label page. I
saw the 3.5 German label and decided to do something similar in
look/feel. The new darker green colors look better somehow than the
light green versions.
So for anyone who would like to try the North American Community DVD for
3.4.5 with about 4 gig of installs and other things, feel free to
download it and try it.
Next will be looking at the extras and other non-installs on the DVD to
see what can be found that are newer versions, or some items that can be
included that I do not have already. I do have my 4 American English, 4
British English, and 3 Canadian English spell checking
dictionary/thesaurus files listed with the over 180 other dictionaries.
On 02/23/2012 12:27 PM, Tom Davies wrote:
Good work chap :) It is looking great for any conferences or other distribution in the deep mid-west or anywhere really.
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