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On Mon, 2011-02-21 at 10:52 -0500, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions wrote:
"If you're using SilverStripe". . . . .

The first time I ever heard of SilverStripe was in the header of the 
German HTML pages.

Could you please tell me the info about why this is good for 
"translating" pages?

Right now I am working on filling out the pages with all the stuff, and 
their links, that the users may want to have on their DVD so they do not 
need to go online to get it.

Ok - can folks stop for a minute - 

Tim, this is great what you are putting in there but just for Sophie's
edification, that is not what is going to the show - I do not have the
resource of time to check all that. My list of files is much, much
smaller and focused on the application, a couple of extensions for
accessibility, only the template packs from Kami, and the latest
documentation (user guide) files I could find and then a selection of
ODF tool libraries. Beyond that there are some of the files we made for
the show as a kind of bonus pack..

The disc (the one for this weekend) is not multi-lingual, there is only
an English UI. There are the language packs as supplied with the
application, the template packs for all 3 languages and the user guide
files for all three languages, but that is all.

Mostly - I wanted to set the precedent that for 'some' work, when done
as and for the group to do so from the understanding that North America
has 3 languages needing accounting for, at a minimum.

So, don't look at the web site Tim put up from his file list and think
that is what is going this weekend.

@Tim you need to take that TDF logo off the pages ok - I sent you a
corrected graphic and instructions as to where it goes Please change it
now, today, you will freak people out with that logo and we don't need
the distraction right now.


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