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I thought it was about time to share some of the progress that the
Drupal website development team has made since the last update.
You can view the progress of the site at
(Note that international pages have not yet been setup)

I would like to express my thanks to everyone who has been
contributing to the Drupal site development so far, the development of
the workflows and behind the scenes systems is fantastic.
Since the last update we have:

Put together a temporary theme (So people can get a feel for the site)
Created a video support section, where authorised people can submit
externally hosted tutorial videos
Refined some of the forums systems (Still working on the mailing list
type functionality)
Created a governance system whereby SC members can propose agendas and
submit meeting minutes
             The system automatically displays info on the next
upcoming meeting from proposed agendas and you can play minutes
recordings without downloading the file
Setup a facebook support page where anyone can ask questions. We are
currently working on ways for two way communication with FB and other
social networks.
In the process of creating an interactive FAQ section
Creating the concept for the brainstorm system - This is a big
undertaking and needs to be planned carefully for integration with
other systems
Interactive Project Teams now have their own forums and announcement
areas (restricted posting to team members only)

There are many other facets of work which I will not go into right
now, but suffice to say that I am very proud of the work that the
Drupal Website Development Team is doing.
We will soon have more contact with the project teams to refine and
revise the work we have implemented to suit their UI and workflow

The main area which we will concentrate on after the new year will be
internationalisation and working with the native language teams to
adapt our website design to suit their needs and incorporate
suggestions from those teams across all languages.

Again, a huge thankyou to all of those who have been involved with the
development so far. There is still a lot of development to go for the
resulting community site ,I encourage you to get more involved (time
permitting) now, or after LibreOffice 3.3 has been released into the

Michael Wheatland

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