Le 2011-05-31 13:18, Takashi Nakamoto a écrit :
OK. This is great. Thank you for your effort and I'm looking forward to
seeing the 3.4 feature page. I'll (probably) translate it once it's
available. (Unfortunately, I have no admin access to
www.libreoffice.org, so I can't see it now.)
However, I'm afraid my question was not understood correctly. I was
talking about "Download" page, which currently mentions 3.3.2. As we
will have two version in parallel, I think we should prepare two
download pages. And I wonder how each language site can deal with those
two download pages in SilverStripe.
If I understand correctly, when we mark a page as "Download page" type,
it automatically generates links to the latest LO binaries with language
and platform drop boxes to choose. However, how those links will be
changed when we release the new version?
If these links change to the 3.4 automatically, we may need to update
each language site accordingly, and may need to prepare new page type
like "Download old page" and create a new download page for 3.3.2
We want to see what need to be updated on the website for the upcoming
Ahh, I see. Yes. I think some people will still want to download the
stable 3.3.2 version and others will want the leading edge 3.4 version.
Yes, I wonder how this will be treated. Thanks for pointing this out.
I am not sure how this will be resolved.
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