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From Kay Schenk <>
Subject was...Re: [WWW] native lang sites moved to my apache area
Date Sat, 03 Sep 2011 21:17:58 GMT

On 09/03/2011 02:05 PM, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote:
> Kay,
> Do you have commit rights to the overall static pages on the
> site?  Do you known anyone here who does?

No, sorry. I've changed the subject on this post to see if someone else 
can be of assistance.

> With the move of bugzilla to, there are a number of pages
> on the site that are now incorrect.  They will also mislead users
> (e.g., asking new ones to register and then lead them to a read-only
> bugzilla).
> There's probably a wiki-page worth of pages to identify and repair.
> But I first want to know who can make adjustments on the OO.o side of
> things.
> - Dennis
> (The issue tracking materials seem like a good place to practice
> migration approaches, since the bugzilla transfer has happened and
> there are definite web pages that need to be adjusted for that on the
> current live site.  Those pages should continue to work however
> brought under Apache custody later.)
> -----Original Message----- From: Dennis E. Hamilton
> [] Sent: Saturday, September 03, 2011
> 09:50 To: Subject: RE: [WWW] native lang
> sites moved to my apache area
> Thanks for doing that, Kay.
> It never hurts to have a backup, or two or three or ... [;<).
> -----Original Message----- From: Kay Schenk
> [] Sent: Friday, September 02, 2011 13:38
> To: OOo Apache Subject: [WWW] native lang sites moved to my apache
> area
> Just an FYI (and I hope this doesn't fly in the face of proper usage
> for my apache account), I just did a simple svn checkout on ALL the
> native-lang web sites this am to
> /home/kschenk/OOoNLProjects
> into respective directories corresponding the site abbreviations
> listed in
>  We haven't really thoroughly discussed what we want to do with them,
> but I thought I could do this and play around with the html to
> MediaWiki markup utilities when the new MW is ready for customers.
> Plus, I'm getting rather paranoid about the recent DNS problems, and
> thought I should go on salvage mission.


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