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From Joe Schaefer <>
Subject Re: Support page of website - work planned
Date Mon, 19 Dec 2011 17:14:31 GMT
Jean, your changes are still on
uncommitted.  It is important to commit the changes,
not just simply upload them to,
if you want them to eventually appear on the live

If you use the bookmarklet again to go from
to a editing session, you can commit your changes by 

clicking on the Edit button, then clicking on Goto containing directory,
then clicking on Commit.  (Had you checked the Quick Commit button
when you originally submitted your changes this process would've happened

Fill out the form and submit it.  You should get a response that
your commit went thru and that the build process has been triggered.

You can follow the build if you wish, or just wait a few seconds and
click on the Staging link to see the results of the build.  When you
are happy with the results go back to the Publish Site link and publish
them to the live site by filling out the resulting form.

> From: Dave Fisher <>
>Sent: Monday, December 19, 2011 12:00 PM
>Subject: Re: Support page of website - work planned
>Hi Jean,
>It looks like your changes to /support/index.html did not take. (I hope that you saved
>You did successfully publish Pedro's change to /license.html
>The ooo-commits@i.a.o ML is where you see commits and CWiki changes. I usually wait to
see my changes go through the staging buildbot.
>You can also watch that process here:
>I make most of my changes using a full copy of ooo-site on my laptop and commit from there.
>On Dec 18, 2011, at 8:09 PM, Dave Fisher wrote:
>> Hi Jean,
>> Great! Thanks for the heads up. I did tweak that page in the last 24 hours.
>> Regards,
>> Dave
>> Sent from my iPhone
>> On Dec 18, 2011, at 6:35 PM, Jean Weber <> wrote:
>>> I am going to update the support page (currently at
>>> FYI, here is what I
>>> intend to do. (If there is a place on the planning wiki for this info,
>>> I'll put it there too.)
>>> * Check all the links and remove or correct any out of date ones.
>>> * Remove all the third-party or related material marked for OOo 1.x or
>>> OOo 2.x, along with at least one item mis-labelled as "all versions"
>>> which is obsolete.
>>> * Update links to, and info about, some of the v3.x books that I know
>>> have later editions than those listed.
>>> * Correct typos.
>>> --Jean
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