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 <h2> Community Articles: 
   Opinions, Interviews, Analyses</h2>
-<p><a href="http://www.openoffice.org/lspintro.html" target="_blank">-Louis Su&aacute;rez-Potts</a></p>
+<p><a href="/openofficeorg/www/lspintro.html" target="_blank">-Louis Su&aacute;rez-Potts</a></p>
 <p></p>
 24 July 2001
 <br><br>
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@
 
 <p>Arguably the most important Open Source meeting of the year, the <a href="http://conferences.oreilly.com/oscon/" target="_blank">Third Annual O'Reilly Open Source Convention</a> began yesterday, 23 July, in San Diego, California, with the theme of "Fueling the Open Source Alternative." The O'Reilly convention draws everyone who is anyone in the Open Source and Free Software movements. The reason is simple: smart people go and things happen there. In fact, it was at the 1998 Freeware Summit organized by Tim O'Reilly (and out of which this current conference has evolved) that the very term "Open Source" was coined, by Christine Peterson, as an alternative to "Free Software" that would be friendlier to the pragmatic needs of business.
 
-<p>And it was at the O'Reilly conference last year that Sun <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/press/sun_release.html" target="_blank">announced</a> the creation of OpenOffice.org. At that time, the announcement was more a declaration of beautiful intention than anything else, for OpenOffice.org was not yet a true Open Source project, as it is now. It wasn't until three months later, on October 13, 2000 (a Friday, as some have noted), that the code, all 7.6 million lines of it (if not more), was actually released to the public under a dual licensing scheme, LGPL and SISSL. As Bill Roth, Group Product Marketing Manager, Sun Microsystems <a href="http://netscape.zdnet.com/zdnn/stories/news/0,4586,2640108,00.html" target="_blank">described</a> at the time, "This will be programming in the large made public for the first time.  This is nine times the size of <a href="http://www.mozilla.org/" target="_blank">Mozilla</a>."
+<p>And it was at the O'Reilly conference last year that Sun <a href="/openofficeorg/www/press/sun_release.html" target="_blank">announced</a> the creation of OpenOffice.org. At that time, the announcement was more a declaration of beautiful intention than anything else, for OpenOffice.org was not yet a true Open Source project, as it is now. It wasn't until three months later, on October 13, 2000 (a Friday, as some have noted), that the code, all 7.6 million lines of it (if not more), was actually released to the public under a dual licensing scheme, LGPL and SISSL. As Bill Roth, Group Product Marketing Manager, Sun Microsystems <a href="http://netscape.zdnet.com/zdnn/stories/news/0,4586,2640108,00.html" target="_blank">described</a> at the time, "This will be programming in the large made public for the first time.  This is nine times the size of <a href="http://www.mozilla.org/" target="_blank">Mozilla</a>."
 
 <p>No other company has "liberated" so much code, so ambitiously, and so totally under the broad provisions of true Open Source licenses. Yes, there is Mozilla.org:  But it is smaller. Apple had a year before liberated its OS X code, but it had no choice, as it was working with already-free code (BSD). And its <a href="http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/apsl.html" target="_blank">license</a> has never, despite latter-day tweaking, gained the vaunted respect of Free Software creator, Richard M. Stallman, who approved of OpenOffice.org's license. 
 
@@ -61,11 +61,11 @@
 
 <p>But success in what sense? OpenOffice.org has not produced any finished product. Rather, it has produced, routinely and regularly, <i>builds</i> of its code. These are "snapshots" of the code as it is being put together. To a greater or lesser extent, these builds, which can be thought of as "pre-alpha" and as challenges to the community, are usable by non-technical persons--but that's incidental. To put it bluntly, OpenOffice.org is not here to produce a finished product. Sun Microsystems is doing that with StarOffice 6, which will have been built using code derived from OpenOffice.org. Rather, OpenOffice.org's far more ambitious goal is to create a sustainable process of code making and community building. 
 
-<p>And, as our most recent statistics indicate, we are succeeding.  (Weekly statistics are posted on the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org" target="_blank">homepage</a>.) Over 3000 subscribers to our lists; nearly 32,000 source and binary downloads in the last week alone (not even counting those of the most recent build), with almost  350,000 so far; and an active and growing base of project leads overseeing new, community-organized projects such as the <a href="http://whiteboard.openoffice.org/doc/index.html" target="_blank">Documentation</a> and <a href="http://whiteboard.openoffice.org/groupware/index.html" target="_blank">Groupware</a>, to name but two. 
+<p>And, as our most recent statistics indicate, we are succeeding.  (Weekly statistics are posted on the <a href="/openofficeorg/www" target="_blank">homepage</a>.) Over 3000 subscribers to our lists; nearly 32,000 source and binary downloads in the last week alone (not even counting those of the most recent build), with almost  350,000 so far; and an active and growing base of project leads overseeing new, community-organized projects such as the <a href="http://whiteboard.openoffice.org/doc/index.html" target="_blank">Documentation</a> and <a href="http://whiteboard.openoffice.org/groupware/index.html" target="_blank">Groupware</a>, to name but two. 
 
 <p>Our code, moreover, is developed by a community that spans the globe and works together despite a variety of languages and cultures; the project, understood as the code and community, is, in the model of Linux, superlatively international. Indeed, OpenOffice.org community members have eagerly taken upon themselves the mission of creating projects devoted to providing information and assistance in a developer's native language. So far, the <a href="http://fr.openoffice.org/" target="_blank">Francophone</a> module has been our first, experimental module in the <a href="http://native-lang.openoffice.org/" target="_blank">Native Language Development project</a>.  
 
-<p>Note: I join the community to the code because OpenOffice.org cannot be understood as one or the other. In fact, both are encompassed by our "<a href="http://www.openoffice.org/index.html#mission">mission statement</a>," which was jointly crafted by many in the OpenOffice.org community: 
+<p>Note: I join the community to the code because OpenOffice.org cannot be understood as one or the other. In fact, both are encompassed by our "<a href="/openofficeorg/www/index.html#mission">mission statement</a>," which was jointly crafted by many in the OpenOffice.org community: 
 
 <blockquote>"To create, as a community, the leading international office suite that will run on all major platforms and provide access to all functionality and data through open-component based APIs and an XML-based file format."</blockquote>
 

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 <h2><font color="#cc6600" face="Courier New, Courier, mono" size="+2">Community 
   Articles: Opinions, Interviews, Analyses</font></h2>
-<p><a href="http://www.openoffice.org/lspintro.html" target="_blank">-Louis Su&aacute;rez-Potts</a></p>
+<p><a href="/openofficeorg/www/lspintro.html" target="_blank">-Louis Su&aacute;rez-Potts</a></p>
 <p>25 March 2001</p>
 <p><b>The International, II</b></p>
 <P>Last <a href="ec15Mar.html" target="_blank">week</a>, 
   I summarized the issues at hand in the debate over what has come to be called 
-  the "internationalization" of OpenOffice.org. In a nutshell, the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg02156.html">advantage</a> 
+  the "internationalization" of OpenOffice.org. In a nutshell, the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg02156.html">advantage</a> 
   of "internationalizing" the site is that we might be able to bring in more developers. 
   The appeal, that is, is practical, not nationalistic. Opponents to this view 
   point out that success might be a form of failure, and rather than bringing 
   people <I>into</I> the project who would contribute to developing the software, 
-  we might only end up "<a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg02185.html">balkanizing</a>" 
+  we might only end up "<a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg02185.html">balkanizing</a>" 
   the project and ultimately stymie development. </P>
 <P>The debate has been intense and productive. Numerous community members, from 
   several countries and langugaes, have participated, chief among them Bill Roth, 
   Guy Capra, Dietrich Schulten, &Eacute;ric Savary, Michael S. Zick, and Adam 
-  "Goolie" Gould, who clarified the issues and <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg02316.html" target="_blank">coined 
+  "Goolie" Gould, who clarified the issues and <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg02316.html" target="_blank">coined 
   the term for this debate</a>. Each has proposed, often in great detai (see especially 
-  Mike Zick's <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg02481.html" target="_blank">comments</a>), 
+  Mike Zick's <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg02481.html" target="_blank">comments</a>), 
   solutions to the problem of not only bringing in linguistically diverse people, 
   but how to arrange communication among the various groups whether English, German, 
   French or Korean, once they have joined the community. (You can read their interventions 
-  in the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/" target="_blank">discuss 
+  in the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/" target="_blank">discuss 
   list archives</a>.)</P>
 <P>For the fact of the matter is that OpenOffice.org is becoming more truly international. 
   Or, perhaps I should write, we are commencing an experiment in which the international 
@@ -129,15 +129,15 @@
   is a community effort. </P>
 <P>But that effort will only remain a "community" effort--and not a chaotic mess--if 
   the community stays focused. On a functional level, the places where important 
-  decisions--what &Eacute;ric Savary called "<a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg02405.html" target="_blank">the 
+  decisions--what &Eacute;ric Savary called "<a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg02405.html" target="_blank">the 
   core work"</a>--are effected will continue to operate under one language, English. 
   And on a more abstract level, community members need to have a coherent sense 
   of the goals of the project (and projects) they are working on. That is, a notion 
   of what OpenOffice.org is about, what it is doing, and where it is going. To 
-  this latter end, I have proposed a<a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg02467.html" target="_blank"> 
+  this latter end, I have proposed a<a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg02467.html" target="_blank"> 
   new mission statement</a> and have asked for commentary, but that is but a start. 
   We also need an agreed-upon, up-to-date roadmap.</P>
-<P>As always, please don't hesitate to send your comments to the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/mail_list.html">discuss 
+<P>As always, please don't hesitate to send your comments to the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/mail_list.html">discuss 
   list</a> or, if you really want, to me, <a href="mailto:louis@openoffice.org">Louis</a>.</P>
 <P>&nbsp;</P>
 <h4>Previous articles </h4>

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 <h4>OpenOffice.org at LinuxWorld Expo 2001 (San Francisco)</h4>
 
-<p><a href="http://linuxworldexpo.com/index2.shtml" target="_blank">LinuxWorld Expo</a> this year was far more sparsely attended than previously--no surprise. However, the <a href="http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1003-200-7018328.html" target="_blank">OpenOffice.org exhibit</a> proved immensely popular. As <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/ReadMsg?msgId=113355&amp;listName=discuss" target="_blank">Josh Berkus</a> and <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/ReadMsg?msgId=113322&amp;listName=discuss" target="_blank">Michael Dean </a>have already reported, the OpenOffice.org exhibit was a smashing success. In fact, from what I could tell, it was easily one of the most popular exhibits on the floor, and one of the few to draw a constant crowd. Hats off to Zaheda Bhorat and Max Lanfranconi, who tirelessly manned the booth and gave brilliant demonstrations. </p>
+<p><a href="http://linuxworldexpo.com/index2.shtml" target="_blank">LinuxWorld Expo</a> this year was far more sparsely attended than previously--no surprise. However, the <a href="http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1003-200-7018328.html" target="_blank">OpenOffice.org exhibit</a> proved immensely popular. As <a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/ReadMsg?msgId=113355&amp;listName=discuss" target="_blank">Josh Berkus</a> and <a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/ReadMsg?msgId=113322&amp;listName=discuss" target="_blank">Michael Dean </a>have already reported, the OpenOffice.org exhibit was a smashing success. In fact, from what I could tell, it was easily one of the most popular exhibits on the floor, and one of the few to draw a constant crowd. Hats off to Zaheda Bhorat and Max Lanfranconi, who tirelessly manned the booth and gave brilliant demonstrations. </p>
 <br>
 <h4>Panel: Complacency and Concern</h4>
 <p>The panel titled, "<a href="http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1003-200-7008296.html?tag=mn_hd" target="_blank">The State of Open Source</a>" proved interesting for reasons I didn't quite anticipate. The often-animated conversation between panel members Linus Torvalds (Linux, Transmeta), Brian Behlendorf (<a href="http://www.apache.org/" target="_blank">Apache</a>, <a href="http://www.collab.net" target="_blank">CollabNet</a>), Larry Augustin (<a href="http://www.valinux.com/" target="_blank">VA Linux</a>; moderator), Jeremy Allison (<a href="http://www.samba.org/" target="_blank">Samba</a>), and Dirk Hohndel (<a href="http://www.suse.com/index_us.html" target="_blank">SuSe</a>) suggested that Open Source had reached a new level, sometimes of absurdity, and that there were dangers ahead it would be foolish to ignore.</p>

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 <h2> Community 
   Articles: Opinions, Interviews, Analyses</h2>
-<p><a href="http://www.openoffice.org/lspintro.html" target="_blank">-Louis Su&aacute;rez-Potts</a></p>
+<p><a href="/openofficeorg/www/lspintro.html" target="_blank">-Louis Su&aacute;rez-Potts</a></p>
 <p>2 July 2001</p>
 <p>&nbsp; </p>
 <h4>The OpenOffice.org Infrastructure Upgrade</h4>

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@@ -75,7 +75,7 @@
   differences, not the least of which is that OpenOffice.org code is Open Source 
   and therefore open by the community for improvement. (Recently, the issue of 
   naming the releases and clarifying the identity of the community was raised; 
-  I urge readers to go to the page and review the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/about_us/communitypage.html">proposal</a>.)</p>
+  I urge readers to go to the page and review the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/about_us/communitypage.html">proposal</a>.)</p>
 <p>So, I encourage all members to download the build and file issues using IssueZilla 
   when you come across problems. Remember, that to file an issue you must first 
   be a registered user of OpenOffice.org. There'll be more announcements regarding 
@@ -102,7 +102,7 @@
   community--that is also beautiful. Not harshly suspicious of its clientele, 
   not burdensome. Rather an environment that is friendly and by and large supportive 
   of people's ideas and work (however sometimes contentious!): a community. </p>
-<p>So, if you have not already registered with OpenOffice.org, please <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/Join" target="_blank">do 
+<p>So, if you have not already registered with OpenOffice.org, please <a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/Join" target="_blank">do 
   so</a>. We need your help in perfecting the coming build, which will not only 
   be ready for every-day use, but may also function as a beta for Sun's Star Office. 
   And if you want things included in future builds of OpenOffice.org, there is 

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@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@
     
 <h2> Community Articles: Opinions, Interviews, Analyses</h2> 
 
-<p><a href="http://www.openoffice.org/lspintro.html" target="_blank">-Louis Su&aacute;rez-Potts</a></p> <p>31 May 2001</p> <br> 
+<p><a href="/openofficeorg/www/lspintro.html" target="_blank">-Louis Su&aacute;rez-Potts</a></p> <p>31 May 2001</p> <br> 
 
 <p><b>Whiteboard Projects</b>
 
@@ -82,8 +82,8 @@
   was a vigorous exchange of messages on the discuss list over groupware, the 
   technologies, and the future direction of OpenOffice.org; these I synopsized 
   into a &quot;<a href="./spotlight2.html" target="_blank">Spotlight</a>.&quot;
-<p>This time around, the discussion has been more <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg03477.html">focused</a> 
-  and there was more direct action, as it were (see also this week's <a href="http://www.openoffice.org" target="_blank">Spotlight</a>). 
+<p>This time around, the discussion has been more <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg03477.html">focused</a> 
+  and there was more direct action, as it were (see also this week's <a href="/openofficeorg/www" target="_blank">Spotlight</a>). 
   The Groupware project was formed, in <a href="./ec23Apr.html" target="_blank">Guy 
   Capra's</a> terms, &quot;To establish standard-compliant groupware solutions 
   that will: 1, Work from within the OpenOffice.org office suite, and 2. Permit 

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 <title>Managing Open Source: 9 February 2001</title><p>
 <h2><font color="#cc6600" face="Courier New, Courier, mono" size="+2">Editor's Column</font></h2>
-<p><a href="http://www.openoffice.org/lspintro.html">-Louis Suarez-Potts</a></p>
+<p><a href="/openofficeorg/www/lspintro.html">-Louis Suarez-Potts</a></p>
 <p>9 February 2001</p>
 <p><b>Organizing Open Source</b></p>
 <p>As a system of software production, <a href="http://www.opensource.org">Open 

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 <h2> Community Articles: Opinions, Interviews, Analyses</h2>
-<p><a href="http://www.openoffice.org/lspintro.html" target="_blank">-Louis Su&aacute;rez-Potts</a></p>
+<p><a href="/openofficeorg/www/lspintro.html" target="_blank">-Louis Su&aacute;rez-Potts</a></p>
  
 <p>7 June 2001<br>
   <br>

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 <h2><font color="#cc6600" face="Courier New, Courier, mono" size="+2">Open Views</font></h2>
 
-<P><a href="http://www.openoffice.org/lspintro.html" target="_blank">-Louis Su&aacute;rez-Potts</a></P>
+<P><a href="/openofficeorg/www/lspintro.html" target="_blank">-Louis Su&aacute;rez-Potts</a></P>
 <p>8 March 2001</p>
 <P><b>Creating the New Open Source</b></P>
 <P>Calling these articles &quot;Editor&#146;s Column,&quot; has been, I realize, 

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@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@
   that have appeared on OpenOffice.org. They are all still open for discussion. 
   If you wish to comment, critique, or otherwise engage the issues, please submit 
   your comments to the OpenOffice.org discuss list, which you can find on the 
-  mailing list <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/mail_list.html">page</a>. To 
+  mailing list <a href="/openofficeorg/www/mail_list.html">page</a>. To 
   post a message, however, you must first be subscribed.</p>
 <p>I am also open to suggestions. Send your story or interview ideas to <a href="mailto:louis@openoffice.org">louis@openoffice.org</a>. 
   <br>

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 <p>&nbsp;</p>
 <p><em>I would add that the new (and still under construction) <a href="http://extensions.openoffice.org/">Extensions Project</a>, initiated by Laurent Godard last year represents a superb opportunity for new and experienced developers. The project centralizes information concerning extensions to OpenOffice.org. It's an ideal project for developers interested in extending OpenOffice.org's functionality. Extensions could range from usability modules that satisfy usability demands to accounting packages to anything else that imagination and skill allow. </em></p>
 <p>&nbsp; </p>
-<p><i>Another question: OpenOffice.org uses Java for <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/base.html" target="_blank">Base</a> as well as other things. Yet, there are very few Java apps that extend OpenOffice.org functionality. What can be done to improve that?</i> </p>
+<p><i>Another question: OpenOffice.org uses Java for <a href="/openofficeorg/www/base.html" target="_blank">Base</a> as well as other things. Yet, there are very few Java apps that extend OpenOffice.org functionality. What can be done to improve that?</i> </p>
 <p> As <a href="http://marketing.openoffice.org/ooocon2005/schedule/friday_developer.html#d6" target="_blank">announced</a> on the last OpenOffice.org conference in Koper we are working on an integration of our development tools into the <a href="http://www.netbeans.org/" target="_blank">NetBeans</a> and <a href="http://www.eclipse.org" target="_blank">Eclipse</a> IDEs. Developers should be able to create UNO components and OpenOffice.org extensions with the help of wizards that free them from the boring routine work and speeds up the development. While the NetBeans work is done in Hamburg, the Eclipse integration is provided by a very active member of our development community, <a href="cbosdonnat.htm" target="_blank">Cédric Bosdonnat</a>, who joined the project by working with us on a Google Summer Of Code project last year. We and Cédric as well will present results on the next <a href="http://marketing.openoffice.org/ooocon2006/index.html" target="_blank">OOoCon in
  Lyon</a>. </p>
 <p>&nbsp; </p>
 <p><i>With 2.0 we made a big splash--new technology, new features, new file format. Of course, many of these things had been introduced in 1.x but 2.0 (or anyway the 1.9.x line) was clearly technologically novel. Do you see something like that for "3.0"? Can you hint (or better yet, specify) what new APIs and technology it might include? (And yes, am aware that "3.0" is a little bit of a marketing tactic.)</i> </p>

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 </p>
 
 <p>
-I started the project by canvassing my ideas on the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/SummarizeList?listName=users&amp;JServSessionIdservlets=fnlqp4mz53">users@openoffice.org</a>. I received quite strong support from people around the world. So I set up the Bibliographic Incubator project web pages to present my ideas and to map a development path. The <a href="http://www.collab.net/">CollabNet</a> website structure has made it simple to set up and manage the project web pages and discussion lists.
+I started the project by canvassing my ideas on the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/SummarizeList?listName=users&amp;JServSessionIdservlets=fnlqp4mz53">users@openoffice.org</a>. I received quite strong support from people around the world. So I set up the Bibliographic Incubator project web pages to present my ideas and to map a development path. The <a href="http://www.collab.net/">CollabNet</a> website structure has made it simple to set up and manage the project web pages and discussion lists.
 </p>
 
 <p>

Modified: websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/jacqueline_rahemipour.html
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@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@
 
 
 
-<p> Elected to the role of project lead of the <a href="http://de.openoffice.org/">German Language Project</a> (also called the Germanophone Project)--one of the largest of the <a href="http://projects.openoffice.org/native-lang.html">Native Language Projects</a>--Jacqueline Rahemipour has helped guide the project in its marketing, outreach, and development efforts.  She recently celebrated her first year as lead, which served to be a fine occasion for this interview, which was conducted via email. </p>
+<p> Elected to the role of project lead of the <a href="http://de.openoffice.org/">German Language Project</a> (also called the Germanophone Project)--one of the largest of the <a href="/openofficeorg/projects/native-lang.html">Native Language Projects</a>--Jacqueline Rahemipour has helped guide the project in its marketing, outreach, and development efforts.  She recently celebrated her first year as lead, which served to be a fine occasion for this interview, which was conducted via email. </p>
 
 
 

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+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/new_leads_cd.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@
   <p>2007-01-04</p>
   <p>-<a href="htp://homepage.mac.org/luispo">Louis Suárez-Potts</a></p>
   <br />
-<p>Late last year, the leadership of several important core <a href="http://projects.openoffice.org/accepted.html" target="_blank">projects</a> changed hands. Some of the new leads have been leads in other projects and take on new responsibilities; others are new to the job. What does a project lead do? That depends on the project, but it's usually considered role that combines administrative, managerial, and leadership duties, and represents a very high level of trust.  The project leads for the accepted technical projects are in particular important to OpenOffice.org, for they are largely responsible for what makes up the source to the application, as well as for reaching out to developers. </p>
+<p>Late last year, the leadership of several important core <a href="/openofficeorg/projects/accepted.html" target="_blank">projects</a> changed hands. Some of the new leads have been leads in other projects and take on new responsibilities; others are new to the job. What does a project lead do? That depends on the project, but it's usually considered role that combines administrative, managerial, and leadership duties, and represents a very high level of trust.  The project leads for the accepted technical projects are in particular important to OpenOffice.org, for they are largely responsible for what makes up the source to the application, as well as for reaching out to developers. </p>
 The following set of short interviews, of which this is the first (others will follow over the next week), is meant to introduce them to the community.  As with all of OpenOffice.org's leads, they are open to the community and welcome developer interest and contact. </p>
 
 <p>I asked Carsten Driesner, the new lead of the <a href="http://framework.openoffice.org/" target="_blank">Framework project</a>, more or less the same questions I asked the others....</p>
@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ The following set of short interviews, o
 
 <p> <i>How long have you been working on OpenOffice.org?</i> </p>
 
-<p> I've been working for StarOffice <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/StarOffice>/ OpenOffice.org <http://www.openoffice.org/> since 2000. </p>
+<p> I've been working for StarOffice <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/StarOffice>/ OpenOffice.org </openofficeorg/www/> since 2000. </p>
 
 <p> <i>What does the Framework project do? and how does it relate to the overall OpenOffice.org Project? </i> </p>
 

Modified: websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/new_leads_cds.html
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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/new_leads_cds.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/new_leads_cds.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@
   <p>2007-01-04</p>
   <p>-<a href="htp://homepage.mac.org/luispo">Louis Suárez-Potts</a></p>
   <br />
-<p>Late last year, the leadership of several important core <a href="http://projects.openoffice.org/accepted.html" target="_blank">projects</a> changed hands. Some of the new leads have been leads in other projects and take on new responsibilities; others are new to the job. What does a project lead do? That depends on the project, but it's usually considered role that combines administrative, managerial, and leadership duties, and represents a very high level of trust.  The project leads for the accepted technical projects are in particular important to OpenOffice.org, for they are largely responsible for what makes up the source to the application, as well as for reaching out to developers. </p>
+<p>Late last year, the leadership of several important core <a href="/openofficeorg/projects/accepted.html" target="_blank">projects</a> changed hands. Some of the new leads have been leads in other projects and take on new responsibilities; others are new to the job. What does a project lead do? That depends on the project, but it's usually considered role that combines administrative, managerial, and leadership duties, and represents a very high level of trust.  The project leads for the accepted technical projects are in particular important to OpenOffice.org, for they are largely responsible for what makes up the source to the application, as well as for reaching out to developers. </p>
 The following set of short interviews, of which this is the first (others will follow over the next week), is meant to introduce them to the community.  As with all of OpenOffice.org's leads, they are open to the community and welcome developer interest and contact. </p>
 
 <p> I  asked Caio Tiago Oliveira de Sousa, the new co-lead of the <a href="http://qa.openoffice.org/" target="_blank">QA Project</a>, more or less the same questions I asked the others....</p>
@@ -73,7 +73,7 @@ The following set of short interviews, o
 <p> The QA project is responsible for the final quality of the released product. QA members act as a bridge between user requests and developers, filtering and gathering as much information as they can. Also QA members should run the basic tests for patch integrations and to run full tests before releasing a build, to ensure the functionality of the final product. l10n QA members should test the translation, fonts (for Japanese, Chinese, etc.) and to run the full tests to ensure nothing went wrong in their builds. </p>
 
 
-<p> My main interest areas in QA are in usability and <a href="http://l10n.openoffice.org/" target="_blank">l10n</a>, so for the product as for the QA tools. I would like to see more efforts from the NL (<a href="http://projects.openoffice.org/native-lang.html" target="_blank">Native Language Confederation of projects</a>) and make it easier. </p>
+<p> My main interest areas in QA are in usability and <a href="http://l10n.openoffice.org/" target="_blank">l10n</a>, so for the product as for the QA tools. I would like to see more efforts from the NL (<a href="/openofficeorg/projects/native-lang.html" target="_blank">Native Language Confederation of projects</a>) and make it easier. </p>
 
 <p> I'll focus in inter-operating with the NL teams, helping to translate documents, work to make easier to use the QA tools and receive the most feedback as I can. To show the importance of each NL to run the tests is also crucial. </p>
 

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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/new_leads_fm.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/new_leads_fm.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@
   <p>2007-01-06</p>
   <p>-<a href="htp://homepage.mac.org/luispo">Louis Su√°rez-Potts</a></p>
   <br />
-<p>Late last year, the leadership of several important core <a href="http://projects.openoffice.org/accepted.html" target="_blank">projects</a> changed hands. Some of the new leads have been leads in other projects and take on new responsibilities; others are new to the job. What does a project lead do? That depends on the project, but it's usually considered role that combines administrative, managerial, and leadership duties, and represents a very high level of trust.  The project leads for the accepted technical projects are in particular important to OpenOffice.org, for they are largely responsible for what makes up the source to the application, as well as for reaching out to developers. </p>
+<p>Late last year, the leadership of several important core <a href="/openofficeorg/projects/accepted.html" target="_blank">projects</a> changed hands. Some of the new leads have been leads in other projects and take on new responsibilities; others are new to the job. What does a project lead do? That depends on the project, but it's usually considered role that combines administrative, managerial, and leadership duties, and represents a very high level of trust.  The project leads for the accepted technical projects are in particular important to OpenOffice.org, for they are largely responsible for what makes up the source to the application, as well as for reaching out to developers. </p>
 The following set of short interviews, of which this is the first (others will follow over the next week), is meant to introduce them to the community.  As with all of OpenOffice.org's leads, they are open to the community and welcome developer interest and contact. A co-lead's role may be equally vital to the project.</p>
 
 <p>I asked Frank Meies, the new co-lead of the <a href="http://sw.openoffice.org/" target="_blank">Writer Project</a>, more or less the same questions I asked the others....</p>

Modified: websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/new_leads_mb.html
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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/new_leads_mb.html (original)
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@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@
   <p>2007-01-04</p>
   <p>-<a href="htp://homepage.mac.org/luispo">Louis Suárez-Potts</a></p>
   <br />
-<p>Late last year, the leadership of several important core <a href="http://projects.openoffice.org/accepted.html" target="_blank">projects</a> changed hands. Some of the new leads have been leads in other projects and take on new responsibilities; others are new to the job. What does a project lead do? That depends on the project, but it's usually considered role that combines administrative, managerial, and leadership duties, and represents a very high level of trust.  The project leads for the accepted technical projects are in particular important to OpenOffice.org, for they are largely responsible for what makes up the source to the application, as well as for reaching out to developers. </p>
+<p>Late last year, the leadership of several important core <a href="/openofficeorg/projects/accepted.html" target="_blank">projects</a> changed hands. Some of the new leads have been leads in other projects and take on new responsibilities; others are new to the job. What does a project lead do? That depends on the project, but it's usually considered role that combines administrative, managerial, and leadership duties, and represents a very high level of trust.  The project leads for the accepted technical projects are in particular important to OpenOffice.org, for they are largely responsible for what makes up the source to the application, as well as for reaching out to developers. </p>
 The following set of short interviews, of which this is the first (others will follow over the next week), is meant to introduce them to the community.  As with all of OpenOffice.org's leads, they are open to the community and welcome developer interest and contact. </p>
 <p> I  asked Mathias Bauer, a longtime developer for Sun and formerly lead of the <a href="htp://framework.openoffice.org/" target="_blank">Framework Project</a> at OpenOffice.org (he's now co-lead there), regarding his new role as lead of the <a href="http://sw.openoffice.org/" target="_blank">SW (Writer)</a> project.</p>
 

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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/new_leads_mn.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/new_leads_mn.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@
   <p>2007-01-04</p>
   <p>-<a href="htp://homepage.mac.org/luispo">Louis Suarez-Potts</a></p>
   <br />
-<p>Late last year, the leadership of several important core <a href="http://projects.openoffice.org/accepted.html" target="_blank">projects</a> changed hands. Some of the new leads have been leads in other projects and take on new responsibilities; others are new to the job. What does a project lead do? That depends on the project, but it's usually considered role that combines administrative, managerial, and leadership duties, and represents a very high level of trust.  The project leads for the accepted technical projects are in particular important to OpenOffice.org, for they are largely responsible for what makes up the source to the application, as well as for reaching out to developers. </p>
+<p>Late last year, the leadership of several important core <a href="/openofficeorg/projects/accepted.html" target="_blank">projects</a> changed hands. Some of the new leads have been leads in other projects and take on new responsibilities; others are new to the job. What does a project lead do? That depends on the project, but it's usually considered role that combines administrative, managerial, and leadership duties, and represents a very high level of trust.  The project leads for the accepted technical projects are in particular important to OpenOffice.org, for they are largely responsible for what makes up the source to the application, as well as for reaching out to developers. </p>
 The following set of short interviews, of which this is the first (others will follow over the next week), is meant to introduce them to the community.  As with all of OpenOffice.org's leads, they are open to the community and welcome developer interest and contact. </p>
 
 <p>I was set to ask Maho NAKATA, the new lead of the <a href="http://framework.openoffice.org/" target="_blank">QA Project</a> (Joost Andrae and <a href="new_leads_cds.html" target="_blank">Caio Tiago Oliveira de Sousa</a> are the co-leads) more or less the same questions I asked the others; however, Nakata-san beat me to the point and volunteered his own questions and answers.  Nakata-san, I should add, has been a longtime developer associated with OpenOffice.org almost since its beginning, and has recently been re-elected lead of the <a href="http://ja.openoffice.org/" target="_blank">Japanese Language project</a>, which he founded, and which is one of the largest and most active projects in the OpenOffice.org rhizome. Late last year, he took over the leadership of QA from the longstanding lead, André Schnabel.</p>

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+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/newinfrastructure.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@
 
 <br>
 <h4>The New OpenOffice.org Infrastructure</h4>
-<p>Our look has changed and not only our look: Also the features available to the community. We are now using <a href="http://www.collab.net/products/sourcecast/" target="_blank">SourceCast</a>, <a href="http://www.openoffice.org" target="_blank">CollabNet's</a> upgrade of its old reliable, <a href="http://www.tigris.org" target="_blank">Tigris</a> Classic.</p> 
+<p>Our look has changed and not only our look: Also the features available to the community. We are now using <a href="http://www.collab.net/products/sourcecast/" target="_blank">SourceCast</a>, <a href="/openofficeorg/www" target="_blank">CollabNet's</a> upgrade of its old reliable, <a href="http://www.tigris.org" target="_blank">Tigris</a> Classic.</p> 
 
 <p>This article will focus on some of the more obvious changes. In previous articles (The OpenOffice.org Infrastructure Upgrade, Parts <a href="./ec29June.html" target="_blank">I</a> and <a href="./ec13July.html" target="_blank">II</a>), I have already discussed some of SourceCast's features; this article will briefly summarize the most important and suggest how the OpenOffice.org community can begin taking advantage of them.  But before I begin, I should mention that what is perhaps most radically different about the new platform is how customizable it is to the individual. The advantage: more efficient navigation and use of resources.</p><br>
 

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+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/newsletter4.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@
   members six months</a> ago and is now one of the most active and popular projects 
   and includes people from all corners of the world interested in making OpenOffice.org 
   succeed.</p>
-<p>And it needs you. As project co-lead Josh Berkus has <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/ReadMsg?msgId=233819&listName=discuss">signaled</a> 
+<p>And it needs you. As project co-lead Josh Berkus has <a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/ReadMsg?msgId=233819&listName=discuss">signaled</a> 
   to the OpenOffice.org <a href="mailto:discuss@openoffice.org">discuss</a> mailing 
   list, the Marketing Project needs people--regular endusers as well as developers--to 
   work together to get the word out about OpenOffice.org, and especially OpenOffice.org 

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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/newsletter6.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/newsletter6.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@ Partly because of the immense growth pro
 </p>
 
 <p>
-(For those new to OpenOffice.org, some background: There are three main categories: <a href="http://projects.openoffice.org/">Accepted Projects</a> is the primary category; it includes most of the technical projects as well as Marketing. <a href="http://whiteboard.openoffice.org/">Incubator/Whiteboard</a> houses community-sponsored, experimental projects, and Native-Lang contains the native-language projects, such as <a href="http://fr.openoffice.org/">Francophone</a>, <a href="http://de.openoffice.org/">Germanophone</a>, etc. The leads of both Native-Lang and Incubator/Whiteboard are represented in Accepted Projects. Voting is accorded to those projects in the Accepted Projects category. A longer description of this organization can be found in the "<a href="http://www.openoffice.org/about.html">About Us</a>" page.) 
+(For those new to OpenOffice.org, some background: There are three main categories: <a href="/openofficeorg/projects/">Accepted Projects</a> is the primary category; it includes most of the technical projects as well as Marketing. <a href="http://whiteboard.openoffice.org/">Incubator/Whiteboard</a> houses community-sponsored, experimental projects, and Native-Lang contains the native-language projects, such as <a href="http://fr.openoffice.org/">Francophone</a>, <a href="http://de.openoffice.org/">Germanophone</a>, etc. The leads of both Native-Lang and Incubator/Whiteboard are represented in Accepted Projects. Voting is accorded to those projects in the Accepted Projects category. A longer description of this organization can be found in the "<a href="/openofficeorg/www/about.html">About Us</a>" page.) 
 </p>
 
 <p>
@@ -73,7 +73,7 @@ Third, Martijn Dekkers, whom everyone kn
 <p>
 If OpenOffice.org was born a developer-centric project, it is now very much also an end-user destination. The architecture of the site must accommodate both interests. Certainly, the site must be easily navigable by the millions (yes, millions) of interested persons who visit the project each week, from all over the world. They come from all language backgrounds and cultures; they need to find things efficiently. The website project is now trying to create an architecture and look that will make it easy (and even enjoyable) for all users to find the materials they want. If you would like to contribute--especially if you have talent and skill coding--please join us in <a href="mailto:dev@website.openoffice.org">dev@website.openoffice.org</a>. You can subscribe by going to the Website project homepage, <a href="http://website.openoffice.org/">http://website.openoffice.org/</a>.</p>
 
-<p>Finally, Michael Bemmer has <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/ReadMsg?msgId=344373&amp;listName=discuss">proposed</a> a new project, the QA Project, to be located in the Incubator/Whiteboard category. There is considerable interest in this project, which will coordinate much bug-fixing. If you would like to join it please send a message to <a href="mailto:discuss@openoffice.org">discuss@openoffice.org</a>. As Michael emphasized in his message, this project is important: OpenOffice.org needs efficient, community-supported QA. The message of all these projects: You do not need to be a developer to make a difference.</p>
+<p>Finally, Michael Bemmer has <a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/ReadMsg?msgId=344373&amp;listName=discuss">proposed</a> a new project, the QA Project, to be located in the Incubator/Whiteboard category. There is considerable interest in this project, which will coordinate much bug-fixing. If you would like to join it please send a message to <a href="mailto:discuss@openoffice.org">discuss@openoffice.org</a>. As Michael emphasized in his message, this project is important: OpenOffice.org needs efficient, community-supported QA. The message of all these projects: You do not need to be a developer to make a difference.</p>
 
 
   </div>

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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/rhoslyn_prys.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/rhoslyn_prys.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -86,7 +86,7 @@
 <p><i> Finally, what do you like (or dislike) about OpenOffice.org? What would you urge changed?</i> </p>
 
 
-<p> Wales is a bilingual country, and very few organizations have 100% Welsh speakers. Therefore it's not ideal having to install two separate copies of OpenOffice.org, one for English and one for Welsh. We'd rather have a single version which can be started in either language, but with settings and document history being shared between both languages. The <a href="http://www.debian.org">Debian</a> project has done valuable work in this area, and <a href="http://download.openoffice.org/680/">OpenOffice.org 2.0</a> will be a big step forwards. Ideally, in the long run, we'd like to switch between English and Welsh at the click of a button, without restarting OpenOffice.org. Then, if a Welsh speaker has a problem, English-speaking technical support staff can come over, click to change the language, and deal with the problem. This will be useful in the US Spanish > English, too. </p>
+<p> Wales is a bilingual country, and very few organizations have 100% Welsh speakers. Therefore it's not ideal having to install two separate copies of OpenOffice.org, one for English and one for Welsh. We'd rather have a single version which can be started in either language, but with settings and document history being shared between both languages. The <a href="http://www.debian.org">Debian</a> project has done valuable work in this area, and <a href="/openofficeorg/download/680/">OpenOffice.org 2.0</a> will be a big step forwards. Ideally, in the long run, we'd like to switch between English and Welsh at the click of a button, without restarting OpenOffice.org. Then, if a Welsh speaker has a problem, English-speaking technical support staff can come over, click to change the language, and deal with the problem. This will be useful in the US Spanish > English, too. </p>
 
 
 <p>&nbsp; </p>

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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight10.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight10.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -47,15 +47,15 @@
 
 
 On "Project Merge." The proposal, made 
-      by Martin Gallwey in the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/" target="_blank">discuss 
+      by Martin Gallwey in the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/" target="_blank">discuss 
       forum</a> two weeks ago, initiated one of the more vigorous debates OpenOffice.org 
-      has seen in months. Martin's <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg03975.html" target="_blank">simple 
+      has seen in months. Martin's <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg03975.html" target="_blank">simple 
       proposal</a> was to merge several related mailing lists into one. This way, 
       members would be able to discuss similar topics in one list and not miss 
       out on relevant discussions taking place in other lists. Discussion on the 
       topic has been technically sophisticated and also important. For, an Open 
       Source project lives in its mailing lists, and determining the right mix 
-      of size and constitution is a difficult art. The <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/thrd26.html#03833" target="_blank">thread</a> 
+      of size and constitution is a difficult art. The <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/thrd26.html#03833" target="_blank">thread</a> 
       of the discussions is recommended reading for anyone interested in seeing 
       how an Open Source project negotiates its own success. 
       

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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight11.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight11.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -45,19 +45,19 @@
 <h2>Spotlight: On Developers 
   and Technology</h2>
 <p>23 July 2001</p><br>
-<p>On Licensing. This discussion <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg04262.html" target="_blank">began 
+<p>On Licensing. This discussion <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg04262.html" target="_blank">began 
   </a>with a simple desire: a grammar checker in OpenOffice.org. In phrasing the 
   desire, the community member raised the question about the interoperation of 
   Free Software licenses, specifically, the GPL, or <a href="http://www.fsf.org/copyleft/gpl.html" target="_blank">GNU 
-  General Public License</a>. OpenOffice.org code is <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/license.html" target="_blank">licensed 
+  General Public License</a>. OpenOffice.org code is <a href="/openofficeorg/www/license.html" target="_blank">licensed 
   </a>under the <a href="http://www.fsf.org/graphics/philosophicalgnu.html" target="_blank">GNU 
-  Lesser General Public License (LGPL)</a> and the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/licenses/sissl_license.html" target="_blank">Sun 
+  Lesser General Public License (LGPL)</a> and the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/licenses/sissl_license.html" target="_blank">Sun 
   Industry Standards Source License (SISSL)</a>. The difference in licensing makes 
   for some incompatibility. To forestall confusion, Michelle Milledge, one of 
-  OpenOffice.org's community managers, proposed a <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg04321.html" target="_blank">FAQ</a> 
+  OpenOffice.org's community managers, proposed a <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg04321.html" target="_blank">FAQ</a> 
   that would clarify the distinctions between the two licenses. Immediately, community 
-  members such as <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg04313.html" target="_blank">Gianluca 
-  Turconi</a> and <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg04338.html" target="_blank">Gary 
+  members such as <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg04313.html" target="_blank">Gianluca 
+  Turconi</a> and <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg04338.html" target="_blank">Gary 
   Edwards,</a> among many others, presented carefully reasoned arguments on the 
   licenses and what they mean, philosophically and practically. </p>
 <p><a href="../index.html">Return to the homepage.</a></p>

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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight13.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight13.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@
 <br>
 <h4>Spotlight 13: Scott Hutinger</h4>
 <p>
-Scott Hutinger is best known for his work in the <a href="http://porting.openoffice.org">Porting</a> project, but he is also probably familiar to readers of the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/mail_list.html">discuss</a> forum for his his frequent contributions to the list. Scott's contributions, to Porting and to the general OpenOffice.org project, are enormous and important. I asked him to provide some insight into his work for OpenOffice.org, and into his interest in the project.  The below is a slightly edited version of his emailed response.</p>
+Scott Hutinger is best known for his work in the <a href="http://porting.openoffice.org">Porting</a> project, but he is also probably familiar to readers of the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/mail_list.html">discuss</a> forum for his his frequent contributions to the list. Scott's contributions, to Porting and to the general OpenOffice.org project, are enormous and important. I asked him to provide some insight into his work for OpenOffice.org, and into his interest in the project.  The below is a slightly edited version of his emailed response.</p>
 
 <p>Skydiving is what spawned my interest in OpenOffice.org, at the beginning, when Sun announced they were going to release the source code.  I did some x86 window communication code to extract and set a skydiving device that gathered jump information.  I wanted an easy way of allowing a user like me the ease of using different platforms daily.  I should have known from working with Blackdown and the JDK, that porting tends to take up all the free time that could be spent really using what is ported.
 </p>

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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight17.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight17.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -50,10 +50,10 @@
 <p> What operating system do you use? OpenOffice.org runs on 
                     Windows, Linux, Solaris and is being ported to Mac OS X; no 
                     other office suite is so capable. In the last ten days, discussions 
-                    on the general &quot;<a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/BrowseList?listName=discuss&by=date&from=2001-11-01&to=2001-11-30&count=1&first=602">discuss</a>&quot; 
+                    on the general &quot;<a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/BrowseList?listName=discuss&by=date&from=2001-11-01&to=2001-11-30&count=1&first=602">discuss</a>&quot; 
                     list have touched on two, related issues, expressed by the 
-                    subject lines of the mail threads, &quot;<a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/BrowseList?listName=discuss&by=thread&from=4427">Are 
-                    we freeing MS Windows</a>,&quot; and &quot;<a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/BrowseList?listName=discuss&by=thread&from=4326">Transition 
+                    subject lines of the mail threads, &quot;<a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/BrowseList?listName=discuss&by=thread&from=4427">Are 
+                    we freeing MS Windows</a>,&quot; and &quot;<a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/BrowseList?listName=discuss&by=thread&from=4326">Transition 
                     Stories, Win to Lin.</a>&quot; The idea behind both is to 
                     examine what is meant, in practice and theory, by supporting 
                     and contributing an Open Source project such as OpenOffice.org. </p>

Modified: websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight18.html
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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight18.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight18.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -49,18 +49,18 @@
 <p>&nbsp;
 <p>OpenOffice.org is not jut a single-user product. It is a product that has been 
   designed to accommodate multiple users. On 2002 January 17, Dirk Voelzke of 
-  the <a href="http://installation.openoffice.org/">Installation Project</a> <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/ReadMsg?msgId=213714&listName=discuss">proposed</a> 
+  the <a href="http://installation.openoffice.org/">Installation Project</a> <a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/ReadMsg?msgId=213714&listName=discuss">proposed</a> 
   a change in the installation setup for the OpenOffice.org suite. The proposal, 
   which seeks to further enhance the suite's multi-user setup, has so far garnered 
-  serious <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/BrowseList?listName=discuss&by=subject&from=60455">consideration</a> 
+  serious <a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/BrowseList?listName=discuss&by=subject&from=60455">consideration</a> 
   from community members. Add your voice: <a href="mailto:discuss@openoffice.org">post</a> a message on the topic to our discuss list. 
-<p>KDE and GNOME desktop integration: Early this week, Oliver Braun <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/ReadMsg?msgId=214915&listName=discuss">raised</a> 
+<p>KDE and GNOME desktop integration: Early this week, Oliver Braun <a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/ReadMsg?msgId=214915&listName=discuss">raised</a> 
   the important issue regarding OpenOffice.org's integration into the KDE and 
   GNOME desktops. At the moment, the suite does not come with a KDE or GNOME integration, 
   whereas StarOffice does. So: should OpenOffice.org emulate StarOffice's aesthetics 
   and structure or should it craft its own? The issue merits community attention, 
   as it relates not just to appearance but to the suite's independence. Please 
-  visit the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/BrowseList?listName=discuss&by=thread&from=5288">thread</a> 
+  visit the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/BrowseList?listName=discuss&by=thread&from=5288">thread</a> 
   and express your views. 
 <p>&nbsp;
 <p><a href="spotlightindex.html">Spotlight Index</a>

Modified: websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight19.html
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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight19.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight19.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -59,12 +59,12 @@
   momentum</a>--but more on that later.</p>
 <p>In the discuss list, the most popular thread concerned the issue of an OpenOffice.org 
   viewer that would further extend the functionality already present in the suite. 
-  <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/ReadMsg?msgId=217224&listName=discuss">Martin 
-  Bretschneide </a>initiated the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/BrowseList?listName=discuss&by=thread&from=5377">discussion</a>, 
-  and the community <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/BrowseList?listName=discuss&by=thread&from=5377"> 
+  <a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/ReadMsg?msgId=217224&listName=discuss">Martin 
+  Bretschneide </a>initiated the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/BrowseList?listName=discuss&by=thread&from=5377">discussion</a>, 
+  and the community <a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/BrowseList?listName=discuss&by=thread&from=5377"> 
   ran with it</a>, with end-users and developers debating the merits of the idea.</p>
 <p>Finally, Marketing Project co-lead Josh Berkus today presented before the community 
-  the new <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/about_us/numbering_proposal.html">numbering 
+  the new <a href="/openofficeorg/www/about_us/numbering_proposal.html">numbering 
   proposal</a>. This proposal is important. Please review the proposal and send 
   in your votes to this list by February 8. </p>
 <p>Remember, if you want the work your are doing featured here, please send me 

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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight2.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight2.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@
 <h3><font color="#CC6600" face="Courier New, Monospaced">Spotlight: On Developers 
   and Technology</font> </h3>
 <h4>Spotlight Two</h4>
-<p>Spotlight focuses this week on the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/mail_list.html" target="_blank">mailing 
+<p>Spotlight focuses this week on the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/mail_list.html" target="_blank">mailing 
   lists</a>, in particular on the &quot;Groupware&quot; thread in the &quot;<a href="ttp://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/" target="_blank">discuss</a>&quot; 
   list that has engaged many of contributors, who debated not just the technology, 
   but what even constitutes &quot;groupware,&quot; and its relationship to OpenOffice.org, 
@@ -54,19 +54,19 @@
   Vadis OpenOffice.org</a> of 16 January 2001, touched on the early phases of 
   this discussion.) The thread is quite extensive, and curious readers are encouraged 
   to review the thread index. For a rough summary of what Groupware more or less 
-  includes (note the caution of the phrasing), readers might want to look at <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg01753.html" target="_blank">this 
+  includes (note the caution of the phrasing), readers might want to look at <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg01753.html" target="_blank">this 
   message</a>. </p>
 <p>The thread is itself a combination of several others: an initial discussion 
   related to mail and messaging functionality (the &quot;Say it isn't so&quot; 
-  thread), an <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg01163.html">appeal</a> 
+  thread), an <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg01163.html">appeal</a> 
   to the community for those features and functions they would like to see in 
-  the next major release of OpenOffice.org, a <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg01211.html">discussion</a> 
+  the next major release of OpenOffice.org, a <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg01211.html">discussion</a> 
   related to future integration of OpenOffice.org software with handheld computers, 
   the bold cross-fertilization of a <a href="http://www.ximian.com/" target="_blank">Ximian.com</a> 
-  mailing-list <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg01387.html" target="_blank">post</a> 
-  to OpenOffice.org's own lists (a move that was <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg01803.html">cheered</a> 
+  mailing-list <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg01387.html" target="_blank">post</a> 
+  to OpenOffice.org's own lists (a move that was <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg01803.html">cheered</a> 
   by the community), to the thread that synthesized many of the issues into one: 
-  the Groupware thread, <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg01531.html" target="_blank">initiated</a> 
+  the Groupware thread, <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg01531.html" target="_blank">initiated</a> 
   at the end of January and which served as a sort of manifesto for the project.</p>
 <p>On 13 February,  <a href="http://slashdot.org/articles/01/02/13/1854219.shtml">Slashdot noticed</a> 
   the discussion: what a sign of arrival!</p>

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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight3.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight3.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -47,10 +47,10 @@
 
 <br>
 <p>In the last ten days, no single issue has dominated the mailing lists. Rather, 
-  there have been a variety of issues. In the &quot;<a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/" target="_blank">discuss</a>&quot; 
+  there have been a variety of issues. In the &quot;<a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/" target="_blank">discuss</a>&quot; 
   list, which is the more general-issue mailing list, the community has discussed, 
-  among other things, the availability of the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg01949.html">software 
-  on CD</a>, and <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg01988.html" target="_blank">user 
+  among other things, the availability of the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg01949.html">software 
+  on CD</a>, and <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg01988.html" target="_blank">user 
   interface modifications</a>. That said, Bill Roth's response to Microsoft's 
   Jim Allchin's<a href="http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1003-200-4833927.html?tag=st.cn.1.lthd" target="_blank"> 
   foot-in-mouth voicings</a> about how Open Source is not just a &quot;threat 
@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@
   do with a<a href="http://porting.openoffice.org/porting-dev/msg01537.html" target="_blank"> 
   successful port of the software to NetBSD/sparc</a>. A more formal announcement 
   will appear on this page shortly. As always, for up-to-date information relating 
-  to this (and any other) project, it's best to subscribe to the relevant <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/mail_list.html">mailing 
+  to this (and any other) project, it's best to subscribe to the relevant <a href="/openofficeorg/www/mail_list.html">mailing 
   list. </a></p>
 <p><b>Previous Spotlights</b></p>
 <p><a href="./spotlight1.html">Groupware</a></p>

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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight4.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight4.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@
   and Technology </h2>
 <p>The International Discussions, I &amp; II</p>
 <p><i><b>Posted, 3/22/01</b></i></p>
-<p>The most important issue dominating the &quot;<a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/">discuss</a>&quot; 
+<p>The most important issue dominating the &quot;<a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/">discuss</a>&quot; 
   mailing list has unquestionably been the debate over the &quot;internationalization&quot; 
   of OpenOffice.org; it is also the subject of <a href="ec15Mar.html">this 
   week's Open Views column.</a> The term, &quot;internationalization,&quot; does 
@@ -55,31 +55,31 @@
   in the San Francisco Bay Area and Ireland. No: what the term refers to is making 
   available elements (these are still being defined) of the project in languages 
   other than English. The debate has been vigorous and is important. On the one 
-  hand, members <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg02156.html">argue</a> 
+  hand, members <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg02156.html">argue</a> 
   that by allowing the creation of mailing lists and sections of the site in languages 
   other than English (e.g., French), more developers who primarily communicate 
   in those languages will want to join the community. Or, at the least, feel less 
   intimidated about joining, for they will be able to communicate more easily. 
-  Opponents point out, however, that the project site might end up <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg02185.html">balkanized</a>, 
+  Opponents point out, however, that the project site might end up <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg02185.html">balkanized</a>, 
   with ultimately <i>less</i> and <i>not</i> more communication. The debate is 
-  ongoing. Interested readers can read the original messages on the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/">discuss 
+  ongoing. Interested readers can read the original messages on the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/">discuss 
   list archives</a>, and if you wish to intervene in the debate, we welcome you. 
   But to post a message, you must first subscribe to the mailing list, and doing 
   so is easy. </p>
 <p>&nbsp;</p>
 <p><i><b>Posted, 3/29/01</b></i></p>
 <p>For the second week in a row, &quot;internationalization&quot; has dominated 
-  the &quot;<a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/">discuss</a>&quot; 
+  the &quot;<a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/">discuss</a>&quot; 
   mailing list. It is also the subject of this week's &quot;<a href="ec27Mar.html" target="_blank">Community 
   Article</a>.&quot; The term refers to creating a version of the project's website 
   and at least one mailing list in languages other than English. The debate has 
   been vigorous and is important, with broad implications for Open Source. On 
-  the one hand, members <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg02156.html">argue</a> 
+  the one hand, members <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg02156.html">argue</a> 
   that by allowing the creation of mailing lists and sections of the site in languages 
   other than English (e.g., French), more developers who primarily communicate 
   in those languages will want to join the community. Opponents point out, however, 
   that there very might be <i>less</i> and <i>not</i> more communication. You 
-  can read the original messages on the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/">discuss 
+  can read the original messages on the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/">discuss 
   list archives</a>, and if you wish to intervene in the debate, we welcome you.</p>
 <p>&nbsp;</p>
 <p><b>Previous Spotlights</b></p>

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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight5.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight5.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@
   and Technology </h2>
 
 <P><b>Mission Statement</b></P>
-<p>The work of composing our Mission Statement, which you can see near the <a href="#mission">top</a> of the page, involved the community in the &#147;<a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/">discuss</a>&#148; mailing list as few other issues have. The reason: A project&#146;s mission statement is crucially important for defining both the identity of the project and of the community that makes that project a reality. This is even more so when the project is Open Source. Then, it needs the focus only a mission statement that clearly articulates the community's goals can provide. And our mission statement, which emphasizes the community's role in creating the product and specifies some of the technology to be used, accomplishes these goals as probably no other mission statement does.</P>
+<p>The work of composing our Mission Statement, which you can see near the <a href="#mission">top</a> of the page, involved the community in the &#147;<a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/">discuss</a>&#148; mailing list as few other issues have. The reason: A project&#146;s mission statement is crucially important for defining both the identity of the project and of the community that makes that project a reality. This is even more so when the project is Open Source. Then, it needs the focus only a mission statement that clearly articulates the community's goals can provide. And our mission statement, which emphasizes the community's role in creating the product and specifies some of the technology to be used, accomplishes these goals as probably no other mission statement does.</P>
 
 <br>
 <br>

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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight6.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight6.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -46,10 +46,10 @@
 <p><b>Building Momentum.</b></p>
 <p>The last ten days of April have seen unprecedented activity throughout the 
   site. In no small part, that activity is due to the nearly simultaneous release 
-  of the <a href=http://www.openoffice.org/dev_docs/source/download.html>625 build</a>, 
+  of the <a href=/openofficeorg/www/dev_docs/source/download.html>625 build</a>, 
   news of the <a href="http://porting.openoffice.org/mac" target="_blank">Mac 
   OS X port</a>, and the advent of our new <a href="http://distribution.openoffice.org/mirrors/">mirrors</a>. 
-  Discussion in the general <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/servlets/SummarizeList?listName=discuss">discuss 
+  Discussion in the general <a href="/openofficeorg/www/servlets/SummarizeList?listName=discuss">discuss 
   forum</a> has touched on a variety of subjects related to using the new build 
   and to considerations regarding the configuration of the software. For the more 
   technically sophisticated, the <a href="http://porting.openoffice.org/servlets/SummarizeList?listName=dev">porting 

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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight7.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight7.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@
   Spotlight 7</h4>
 <P><b>Porting and Building</b>
 
-<p>Slightly less than seven months have passed since the inaugural release of OpenOffice.org code, on <a href="http://linuxtoday.com/news_story.php3?ltsn=2000-10-13-002-21-NW-DT-SW" target="_blank">October 13, 2000</a>. A short time, perhaps, but a period that has seen the birth and growth of a community dedicated to creating software that serves the needs of everyone. And the forums reflect that. Of the debates and discussions in the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/">discuss forum,</a> which deals with more general issues, perhaps the most interesting has been the thread relating to the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg03322.html" target="_blank">raison d'&ecirc;tre of OpenOffice.org.</a> And in the more specific forums, such as <a href="http://tools.openoffice.org/tools-dev/" target="_blank">"Build Tools,"</a> which focuses on issues related to building the software, or <a href="http://porting.openoffice.org/porting-dev/" tar
 get="_blank">Porting</a>, discussions and debates have been extremely lively and very productive, both for the project software and the development of the community. 
+<p>Slightly less than seven months have passed since the inaugural release of OpenOffice.org code, on <a href="http://linuxtoday.com/news_story.php3?ltsn=2000-10-13-002-21-NW-DT-SW" target="_blank">October 13, 2000</a>. A short time, perhaps, but a period that has seen the birth and growth of a community dedicated to creating software that serves the needs of everyone. And the forums reflect that. Of the debates and discussions in the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/">discuss forum,</a> which deals with more general issues, perhaps the most interesting has been the thread relating to the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg03322.html" target="_blank">raison d'&ecirc;tre of OpenOffice.org.</a> And in the more specific forums, such as <a href="http://tools.openoffice.org/tools-dev/" target="_blank">"Build Tools,"</a> which focuses on issues related to building the software, or <a href="http://porting.openoffice.org/porting-dev/" target="_blank">P
 orting</a>, discussions and debates have been extremely lively and very productive, both for the project software and the development of the community. 
 
   </div>
 

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--- websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight8.html (original)
+++ websites/production/openofficeorg/content/openofficeorg/www/editorial/spotlight8.html Sun Aug 28 01:02:45 2011
@@ -47,13 +47,13 @@
 <h4><br>
   Spotlight 8</h4>
 <p><b>Whiteboard Projects</b></p>
-<p>In our general-interest <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/">discuss 
+<p>In our general-interest <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/">discuss 
   forum</a>, discussion has been intense and very productive. As subscribers to 
-  the "<a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-announce/" target="_blank">announce</a>" 
+  the "<a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-announce/" target="_blank">announce</a>" 
   list will know, the community has just added new <a href="http://whiteboard.openoffice.org/index.html" target="_blank">Whiteboard</a> 
   projects. To a substantial degree, these were born in the discuss list. Interested 
   readers, curious about how an Open Source community creates new projects might 
-  wish to visit the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/www-discuss/current/msg03477.html" target="_blank">initiating 
+  wish to visit the <a href="/openofficeorg/www/www-discuss/current/msg03477.html" target="_blank">initiating 
   message for the Groupware project</a>. But they shouldn't stop there; indeed, 
   following the thread is fascinating. And, while there, if you wish to trace 
   the development of a vigorous debate a click on the messages pertaining to message 



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