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OK - the other day Italo prompted a thought and then I followed the
thought with some action and am in the final throws of producing a  
- LibreOffice 4th of July - video.

Currently siting at 1:04 expect it to come in right at the magic 90
second mark.

The graphics/iages are straight from the wiki, some I've posted to the
design list recently, snippets from the SCALE and SELF videos a neat
camera phone shot by a friend in San Francisco day before
yesterday..assorted sound tracks - good stuff...

Anyway - for a sound over I've got a working script, the best way to sum
op the subject is with a phrase used in it:
e pluribus unum

It is most certainly a USA 4th of July item is a screen
shot from about 40 seconds in..

SO - if you read this and it's before midnight +1 July 4th _AND_ you
have any kind of graphic from the LFNW or Arizona or any LibO related
event this past year...please send it to me and I'll try to work it in
before the final cut...which I figure is some time not too far ahead of
16 UTC  tomorrow...

If anyone wants to see the working clip I'll push it up somewhere but
ask me direct OK - I want to only push it to a public site when it's
done - and just before tomorrows phone call.



ps - 

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