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From J├╝rgen Schmidt <jogischm...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: Help please - working on an AOO34 CD
Date Tue, 26 Jun 2012 07:47:15 GMT
On 6/25/12 9:20 PM, Rob Weir wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 3:17 PM, Rob Weir <robweir@apache.org> wrote:
>> On Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 11:34 AM, drew jensen
>> <drewjensen.inbox@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Howdy,
>>>
>>> Have been working on an AOO 3.4 CD image - suitable for boosters to use
>>> as swag, part of individual supports toolbox, etc.
>>>
>>> The work is down to the final stages now and I could use some help in
>>> the way of input with some of the details.
>>>
>>> THIS IS NOT FINISHED - but in wanted folks to see exactly what I have
>>> this morning so made use of the sf.net resources to do so.
>>>
>>> Two files added here:
>>> http://sourceforge.net/projects/lorepo/files/AOO34/
>>>
>>> cd-aoo34-bin.iso and cd-aoo-34-src.iso
>>> (again these are NOT intended for distribution yet..)
>>>
>>
>> I just downloaded and burned the BIN image.  Overall this is totally
>> awesome, a truly righteous and outstanding accomplishment.
>>
> 
> Sorry, just to be clear.  I was praising Drew's work producing the
> image, not my CD burning.

you can really burn CD's, wow ;-)

Juergen

PS: I haven't checked the ISO image but does it have an autorun.inf file?

autorun.inf:
[autorun]
open=<myloader>.exe
icon= myicon.ico

The disadvantage is that it can only open *.exe and no batch or html
files directly.


> 
> -Rob
> 
>> But a few quick observations:
>>
>> 1) Is the audience for this end-users?  Conference organizers?  As it
>> is now it is not clear where to start.  I insert CD and just get the
>> directory listing.  This is on Windows 7.  Maybe other OS's know to
>> automatically load index.html from a CD?  Or is there something else
>> that would trigger this?
>>
>> 2) On index.html, you have under quick install, links with the text,
>> "I know how".   Maybe just me, but I was looking for a parallel one
>> saying "I don't know how"
>>
>> 3) Contact.html.  Typos on 2nd header "Questions regardig the Apache
>> OpenOfice project"
>>
>> 4) You are including all the language installs, but only art work in
>> English.  It it in your longer term plans to get translations added?
>>
>> -Rob
>>
>>> What's in them currently?
>>>
>>> cd-aoo34-bin.iso
>>>
>>> AOO 3.4 Binaries
>>> - Windows English(us) full install package
>>> - All Windows language packs released with 3.4
>>> - Windows SDK
>>>
>>> Documents, all as PDF
>>> - Installation Guide
>>> - Getting Started Guide
>>> - Administration Guide
>>> - Basic Programmers Guide
>>> - Developers Guide
>>>
>>> HTML files
>>> - Index [home] (started as webstie page - done)
>>> - Files (started from website page - done)
>>> - Instructions (not close to done)
>>> - Conatct [support] (could be done maybe)
>>> - Release Notes [notes] (copy of webstie page, added one graphic - done)
>>> - License (not done)
>>> - java (copy of website page - done)
>>> - sys_reqs_aoo34 (copy of webstie page)
>>> - ooo.css and style.css from webstie, 1 changes in each file
>>>
>>> Print ready artwork for packaging
>>> - Thin / Tall DVD case cover
>>> - Cut/Fold CD envelope template
>>> - Pre-fab sleeve cover
>>> - disk label
>>>
>>>
>>> cd-aoo-34-src.iso
>>>
>>> All the files in the cd-aoo-34-bin.iso and the source files tar ball,
>>> along with changes to a couple of html files.
>>>
>>> -----------
>>>
>>> So - there are things I see to do on each piece here still.
>>>
>>> I do not expect to add any other artifacts at this point.
>>>
>>> For today I want to finish up an the install help page(s).
>>>
>>> Right now though any general feedback on _any_ of it is welcomed.
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>>
>>> //drew
>>>
>>>
>>>



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