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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. 

Hello Tim, Jeff, Marc, Daniel and Daniel,  all

The very first thing I would like to ask is a question once more that
has been asked before - to be absolutely sure that what I believe was a
consensus between Tim, Jeff, Marc, Daniel and Daniel (even if I'm
stretching that a bit to include a non-comment as agreement) is just
that. Sorry if this is being pedantic.

We are not creating a disc, the NA-Community-DVD, that will _not_ be
hosted by any of us as a web site but only for distribution as an ISO.

@Tim quite specifically I mean by stressing this question that my
understanding and my desire for what this means is that when we say the
first cut of the ISO is ready and generated two things happen:

1) the website at will supply a page 'about' the ISO,
what it is, where and how  you can download it. (that will I assume
include from the site there and presented to the TDF web team for
distribution also)

2) At that point disc contents as a website, will come down.

Further, that any and all future work for next releases will happen
_only_ on the TDF server.

Also - since I believe the five of us also had consensus that this first
release was to be of the ISO structure created on that website another
Question to each of us:

That the decision to call this one ISO done will require agreement from
all five us?

- I believe it is possible to get this done between now and the 14th of
next month.

Thanks very much,


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