Welcome to the team
geo.liaskos at gmail.com
Thu Jul 28 20:32:41 UTC 2011
On Mon, Jul 25, 2011 at 6:21 PM, Baptiste Daroussin <bapt at freebsd.org> wrote:
> First, welcome to the list and thank you for your subscription :).
> Just a few notes on how this works.
> This team has been created in order to have the office related ports
> maintained by a pool of commiters and contributors rather then just
> depending on a single person.
> The other goal of the team is to try to keep those ports quite consistent
> between each other, we can now easily discuss about what option to activate
> by default or not, and try to apply the same rules to all the subset of
> ports maintained by the team.
> concerning the commit rules, except if someone has an objection, I think the
> best for the team is to be "help yourself" driven, which mean everyone can
> do the work without others approval, based on the idea that anyone is smart
> enough to discuss big changes before doing it :)
> I already gives all the ports I maintained which I considered as office
> related to the list (including the associated PRs :)) feel free to add
> yours, or those from ports@ if relevant.
> What is in the office@ TODO list (in fact was in my todo list) and has been
> started and not finished :
> - Adding locales thesaurus ports (I think I have added all the possible
> - Adding locales hyphenation ports (I think I have added all the possible
> - Adding the hunspell dictionaries ports (lots of them are missing and need
> to be added)
> - Update the libreoffice to 3.4.2, George Liaskos Has already done some nice
> work about this (I already forwarded this to the mailing list) but I haven't
> had time to integrate his patch yet (there is a git repo here :
> https://github.com/bapt/libreoffice-ports if need pgj@ has the commit access
> to it, I can add the access to other people from the list just ask :)) we
> can also decide that other places are suitable for that.
> - Be able to provide l10n package for libreoffice, pgj@ has already done a
> nice work about this, but they are created "the ugly way" splitted the big
> fat libreoffice package. with 3.4 libreoffice uses translation-toolkit to
> buit his l10n files, I'm sure we should be able to build them directly from
> source this needs to be work on if it is possible.
> - Make use of local hyphen/thesaurus/dicts for libreoffice and maybe others
> (OOo?) to reduce the size of the generated package (easier for users to
> download) and to be able for users to have the last available dictionary for
> their language.
> Now please add/discuss your own project to that list, remove the maybe crazy
> idea I got etc.
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FYI LibreOffice 18.104.22.168 is down :)
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