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From Jürgen Schmidt <jogischm...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: Installation Experience and Feedback
Date Fri, 08 Jun 2012 07:23:31 GMT
On 6/8/12 4:06 AM, zhangjf wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 3:23 PM, Jürgen Schmidt
> <jogischmidt@googlemail.com> wrote:
>> On 6/7/12 4:57 AM, Gavin McDonald wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>>
>>> Here is my installation experience, it seems to vary somewhat from some
>>> others experiences.
>>>
>>> Environment: Windows 7 64 Bit, experience was same of both Desktop and
>>> Laptop.
>>>
>>>
>>> 1. Download OpenOffice 3.4 from openoffice.org mirror. -- Time: 2 minutes.
>>>
>>> 2. Unpack . -- Time: < 1 minute.
>>>
>>> 3. Install. -- Time: 2 minutes.
>>>
>>> 4. Erm, nothing e4lse, we are done!
>>>
>>> It really was as painless and quick as that. Well Done Guys n Gals!
>>>
>>> I do have a few observations that someone might think Bugzilla worthy (all
>>> minor):
>>>
>>> a. UAC - Publisher is 'Unknown' . The User Account Control really should
>>> have 'Apache Software Foundation'
>>>    as the Publisher. (Note that in the Add/Remove programs section shows
>>> 'OpenOffice.org' as  the Publisher.
>>
>> agree, it should already fine for the Linux packages. We have to find
>> the correct place but it shouldn't be a problem when when we know for
>> what we are looking ;-) Please submit an issue for that
>>
> 
> I remember the unknown publisher message is caused by lacking
> signature in the msi install package, it should get signed with an
> official certification by the signtool or signcode utility from
> Windows SDK. If you have the certification, this step can be done
> after the msi packages are generated separately and if possible, it
> can be integrated as one step in the build procedure.

good to know that signing solve it. One more reason why we need a
certificate.

Juergen

> 
>>>
>>> b. The program 'Unpacks' to a folder on the 'Desktop' - Why? Really we
>>> should be choosing the 'Downloads' folder.
>>>
>>> c. The final installation folder is 'OpenOffice.org 3' -- I think this
>>> should change to 'openoffice3'
>>
>> at the moment we decided to keep the former name to emphasize that we
>> are OpenOffice. In the future we can think about "OpenOfifce 4". The
>> CamelCase with space notation is by design because that is how it is
>> done on windows.
>>
>>>
>>> d. During Installation the 'FileType' choices has 'Microsoft Word Documents'
>>> ticked by default, as per other email
>>>     threads, perhaps this should be un-ticked by default but still show the
>>> screen during install so it can be ticked easily.
>>
>> without deeper analysis of a the appropriate default that satisfies most
>> of our users I wouldn't change it
>>
>>>
>>> e. Once installed, clicking 'Start' shows 'OpenOffice.org Base' program on
>>> the start menu, perhaps we can try for the main
>>>      'OpenOffice.org' jump menu first or 'Writer' ??
>>
>> I have no preference here, maybe it's sorted automatically I don't know
>>
>> Thanks for your feedback
>>
>> Juergen
>>


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