Le 2011-02-25 09:59, Marc Paré a écrit :
As things are progressing at quite a good speed (thanks Tim and Drew), I
thought I would start a wiki page to try to coordinate some of the work
needed for the final product.
Just for convenience sake let's call the page the "Americas LibreOffice
DVD". So this combines both the North American (NA) and South American
(SA) members' efforts at creating a disk in EN, ES, FR for NA and SA
use. (Note that this will also include Central America as well.)
I have added the people who have shown interest in the DVD. I am sure I
have missed some, so, if I have not put your name in (my apologies),
could you put your name in as well?
I have also added some sections that can certainly be expanded. We can
use this as our work area to keep us up to date with what has been
completed and what needs to be done.
Drew suggested we all take a breather on Tuesday next week in order to
review what has been done, what needs to be done and I also think we
need to discuss the groups involved.
I have added some more disk information on the wiki page. Things are
looking quite good. Big thanks for Tim for all of your great work!
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