On 06/17/2011 08:22 AM, drew wrote:
On Thu, 2011-06-16 at 21:01 -0400, drew wrote:
"Let's finally finish the Frick'n transfer of the North America DVD to
SilverStripe CMS, already"
So - I propose a quick sprint and that needs a kick-off - so this email
is it. Also, some type of work plan with a projected end date aren't bad
things to have ether.
How about just a projected end date for the moment - July 7th.
Now for the plan - catch the next email installment in this thread,
which will have a link to an email posted to the projects mailing list.
well, no link to the projects ML yet, but maybe later today.
SO for this mornings stand up meeting:
One quick question:
Shall we layout the structure on the CMS development platform so as to
create a single .iso file with all the files needed to support all three
languages (html files/artwork/add-ons) or in such a way as to be able to
generate three .iso files, once each for each langauge?
Since we do not have the three languages ready at all, I think it would
be easier to layout the CMS site to have the EN/FR/ES navigation links
like the wiki pages. We can just not have the FR and ES links working
till those pages are ready. We might not even have those navigation
links visible at all, but have the layout be ready to have them there.
That way there would be no confusion on an English-only DVD till we have
the other two languages.
I have, quietly, been working on my copy of SilverStripe and exploring
ways to approach this - my preference at this point would be to generate
one .iso file with everything included for the three languages.
That would be OK by me, but later we can work on a combined version. We
still need to find Spanish and French language versions for the Extras.
For things like Thunderbird and Firefox, the install files have the same
names for both English and Spanish. I downloaded both the other week,
but I have not tried to install the Spanish versions over top of my
English ones. I know that some of the software in that list asked me
which language I wanted to use when it was installed. I do not remember
which ones they were. For Firefox, the Windows version is 4.x but the
Linux version is still the 3.x version. We will need to look at the
list of Extras and update their version one of these days.
How do others feel on this?