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On Thu, 2011-04-28 at 02:55 -0400, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 28/04/11 01:39 AM, Jeffrey Chimene a écrit :

Did you have anything in particular that you wanted talked about?

I think that, as a group, we should decide on how we're going to use the
SilverStripe server. 

Hi jeff, Marc, et al

yes, I hope and it would be better if you where there but either I hope
we can agree on a rather specific day and actions for moving to the TDF
infrastructure during or very quickly subsequent to todays IRC chat.

My initial recommendations are that we should
consider converting a few pages to see how the technology works. It
looks like there will be a lot of HTML removed from the current pages;
which content was created by scraping the .DE site. Because of that, a
lot of extraneous HTML was captured and stored on the DVD. 

I'm not so sure I agree with you today - that was true, but most of
those pages are just much different then the LibreOffice-box de pages,
because they are different in content not because there is left over
'sluff' - at least I think that is an accurate statement.

SS lets us
concentrate on the original content and leave the boilerplate to the

Could we look at rephrasing that - can we talk about moving the current
English page content to the TDF site and _also_ about starting the
International English LibreOffice-box project as 'a boilerplate', again
with some kind of specificity regarding first/next steps (which I think
by definition will be a lot of interfacing with the Libo-Box DE team on
the projects mailing list - if that makes sense, if so - we expand on
that idea in emails and on IRC this evening.

There will be some format changes, as the SS template doesn't match
what was added after pushing the content to the NA DVD



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