Re: Extension URL has changed since yesterday?

2014-02-10 Thread Andrea Pescetti

Marco A.G.Pinto wrote:

previous URL:
http://extensions.services.openoffice.org/en/project/english-dictionaries-apache-openoffice
URL now:
http://extensions.openoffice.org/en/project/english-dictionaries-apache-openoffice
The services vanished in the new URL.
Is there a way of fixing it, or will I need to upload a new OXT? Or can
Andrea change it personally?


Multiple discussions on multiple lists with multiple additional 
recipients do not help clarity but... I repeat here too that I see it 
working normally now.


The URL with services is still supported but (in the long term) you 
should use the one without it.


And the technical justification is probably completely different than 
what you imagined: probably you did something wrong with the extension, 
not the release (like editing the description and thus triggering the 
anti-spam filter, and thus unpublishing the extension, and thus being 
able to see it only if you were logged in, and while it is the same site 
you were logged in at extensions.openoffice.org but not at 
extensions.services.openoffice.org so you had access denied in the 
latter; happened to me once too with the Italian dictionary). Anyway, 
the issue seems solved.



The issue is that the link in the Extension Manager will point to the
previous one.


This should change. With no hurry, but in the next release remove 
services from the URLs.


Regards,
  Andrea.

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Re: Windows 8

2014-02-10 Thread Andre Fischer

On 08.02.2014 14:06, Varun Bezzam wrote:

Hi Everybody!
   I have noticed that the official Building on Windows page
does not have any information on Building For Windows 8. My laptop
runs Windows 8. Is this a problem? Should I install a different OS?


No, don't install a different OS :-)
But you may also want to look at [1] and [2].  And it would be great if 
you note anything that does not work on Windows 8 as described and how 
you solved it, so that we can add a section for Windows 8 to the wiki pages.


Thanks,
Andre

[1] https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/Building_Guide_AOO
[2] 
https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/Building_Guide_AOO/Step_by_step#Windows_7



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Re: Successful 1st Build!

2014-02-10 Thread Jürgen Schmidt
On 2/7/14 8:22 PM, Pedro Giffuni wrote:
 El 07/02/2014 12:00, Rob Weir escribió:
 On Fri, Feb 7, 2014 at 10:22 AM, Tenzin Chhosphel chhos...@gmail.com
 wrote:
 Hi Andre,
  I had no problems building OpenOffice, it was flawless. It
 just took several hours (like over 10) just like it says in the
 building guide page. I am also a math minor and fond of numbers, so I
 prefer any work related to numeral computation. But, if not, other
 areas sound interesting too. My goal is to  gain some experience
 working in a huge real world project like OpenOffice as well as
 contribute to the open source world. I am planning to work on
 OpenOffice at least for the remaining of my college career, which is
 over a year. So something that I can work for a long time will be nice.


 Hi Tenzin,

 This sounds great!   OpenOffice is a big code base, so you'll probably
 want to start simple.   We do have some items in our Bugzilla tracker
 that are marked as easy hacks :

 https://issues.apache.org/ooo/buglist.cgi?f1=cf_fix_difficultylist_id=122701o1=equalsquery_format=advancedresolution=---v1=easy


 These are good to start on.   There are also ones slightly more
 challenging, simple hacks:

 https://issues.apache.org/ooo/buglist.cgi?f1=cf_fix_difficultylist_id=122702o1=equalsquery_format=advancedresolution=---v1=simple


 A different approach is to jump right in on our 4.1 bug list, see if
 you can debug a crash, e.g.:

 https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=123501

 It shouldn't be too hard to reproduce that in a debugger and get a
 stack for the crash.

 On the numeric side, you can look at spreadsheet formula related
 issues by searching in Bugzilla.   There are also some recent issues
 related to our CoinMP integration, which we use for linear programming
 optimization:

 https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=124115

 https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=124158

 https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=124157

 Pedro knows that area well and might be able to give you some hints.

 
 Ah well ...
 
 Without going into the details on how I lost interest in the base OO
 Calc, I will share this.
 
 1) In general OpenOffice Calc does some generally naive math. The code
 is mostly taken from textbooks and has been almost heroically enhanced
 to produce acceptable results.
 
 2) In order to improve Calc you could use some external libraries but
 most of them require Fortran which would make the build requirements
 even more complicated than they are. Many things could be done with
 Boost (which is already in there) but there is a huge resistance to
 change things that already seem to work as they are.
 
 3) There are some Openformula[1] functions that AOO hasn't implemented.
 Adding those is usually has less resistance in the project than fixing
 the stuff we have. It is also easier as you can learn from the code that
 is already in Calc.
 
 4) A, perhaps easier, way to contribute is to work on Calc Extensions.
 There are no limits on the compiler/libraries you can use there. I am
 personally considering using Apple's GCD for some things and that is
 something that can't be included in AOO's base because it is not
 supported on linux or windows.
 
 There are some ideas on the Wiki[2]. If you want some interesting
 challenges, the type that you don't find in textbooks, try this:
 
 1.1 Function to return the roots of the *quadric* equation.
 ..
 1.7 Newton Raphson *complex number* solver.
 
 Those should be fun as you would have to use complex math for both ;).

Just one personal opinion from my side. You can completely rewrite the
Calc core calculation engine if you want. Important is that we ensure
that results are the same. The reason is quite simple, many documents
exists that rely more or less on the results of some calculation. These
results should not change by replacing the implementation of specific
functions. This can potentially break many existing documents.

Only if the calculation is wrong we change/correct it but have to
provide a clear public communication why we change it and inform our users.

The project is open to any contribution and we appreciate an open minded
discussion on bigger changes on our mailing list.

Kind regards

Juergen


 
 Cheers,
 
 Pedro.
 
 [1] http://docs.oasis-open.org/office/v1.2/OpenDocument-v1.2-part2.html
 [2] https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Extensions/Ideas/Calc
 
 
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Re: Windows 8

2014-02-10 Thread Oliver-Rainer Wittmann

Hi,

On 10.02.2014 09:09, Andre Fischer wrote:

On 08.02.2014 14:06, Varun Bezzam wrote:

Hi Everybody!
   I have noticed that the official Building on Windows page
does not have any information on Building For Windows 8. My laptop
runs Windows 8. Is this a problem? Should I install a different OS?


No, don't install a different OS :-)
But you may also want to look at [1] and [2].


and at [3] as this one should contain the complete prerequists for 
Building AOO on Windows.


[3] 
https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/Building_Guide_AOO/Building_on_Windows



Best regards, Oliver.


And it would be great if
you note anything that does not work on Windows 8 as described and how
you solved it, so that we can add a section for Windows 8 to the wiki
pages.

Thanks,
Andre

[1] https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/Building_Guide_AOO
[2]
https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/Building_Guide_AOO/Step_by_step#Windows_7



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Re: OpenOffice icons panels

2014-02-10 Thread Andre Fischer

On 09.02.2014 18:39, Απόστολος Συρόπουλος wrote:

Hello,

I have recently built OpenOffice on Solaris. There are still some problems which
I try to sort out. One of them is that the panel with the File, Edit, etc menues
is empty and there are no icons on panel under this. In fact the whole upper 
panel
is empty. Could you please let me know which package contains this images
etc and where they should go in the solver folder?


All I know is that the icons can be found in main/default_images and a 
few in main/ooo_custom_images and that the icons/images are processed in 
main/packimages into some sort of archive/texture map.


Menus and toolbars are described by XML files in 
main/module/uiconfig/*/menubar and main/module/uiconfig/*/toolbar.  
The implementation of toolbars is done in

 - vcl (low level)
 vcl/source/window/menu.cxx
 vcl/source/control/menubtn.cxx
 vcl/source/window/toolbox*.cxx

- framework (high level)
framework/source/uielement/menubar*.cxx
framework/source/uielement/toolbar*.cxx

-Andre



Thank you!

A.S.

--
Apostolos Syropoulos
Xanthi, Greece





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Re: My self-build AOO starts and then closes immediately

2014-02-10 Thread Andre Fischer

On 08.02.2014 13:59, Regina Henschel wrote:

Hi all,

I have build r1565724 as debug build. I have installed the resulted 
binaries administrative with setup -a. I can start it, but it closes 
immediately, without any error message. The folder 'user' is created, 
but the welcome screen does not appear. There are no remaining 
processes, it really closes.


A part of this is the normal behavior on the first start:
OpenOffice starts, shows the splash screen, does some initialization and 
at about 50% of the progress bar, it shuts down and restarts.

Looks like the restart does not work.

What happens when you start soffice.bin instead of soffice.exe ?

-Andre



The daily build r1565724 from buildbot installs fine.

Any idea, what is wrong with my build?

Kind regards
Regina

My configure:
./configure \
 --with-directx-home=/cygdrive/c/Program Files/Microsoft DirectX SDK 
(June 2010) \
 --with-cl-home=/cygdrive/c/Program Files/Microsoft Visual Studio 
9.0/VC \

 --disable-activex \
 --with-mozilla-build=/cygdrive/c/mozillabuild \
 --enable-dbgutil \
 --enable-category-b \
 --with-asm-home=/cygdrive/c/Program Files/Microsoft Visual Studio 
9.0/VC/bin \

 --with-jdk-home=/cygdrive/c/Program Files/Java/jdk1.6.0_38 \
 --with-ant-home=/ant \
 --with-mspdb-path=/cygdrive/c/Program Files/Microsoft Visual Studio 
9.0/Common7/IDE \

 --without-junit \

--with-dmake-url=http://dmake.apache-extras.org.codespot.com/files/dmake-4.12.tar.bz2; 
\

 --without-fonts \
 --with-atl-include-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/inc/atl71 \
 --with-atl-lib-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/lib/ATL/i386 \
 --with-mfc-include-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/inc/mfc42 \
 --with-mfc-lib-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/lib/Mfc/i386 \
 --with-vendor=Regina_Henschel \
 --with-build-version=r1565610 2014_02_07

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Re: switch trunk from Mac 32bit to 64bit

2014-02-10 Thread Jürgen Schmidt
On 2/8/14 8:33 PM, Marcus (OOo) wrote:
 Am 01/30/2014 10:52 PM, schrieb Marcus (OOo):
 Am 01/30/2014 08:38 AM, schrieb Oliver-Rainer Wittmann:
 Hi Markus,

 below you find the output of my iMac running Mac OS X 10.7

 thanks for the 10.7 data. At least here I can do some scripting changes.

 From my point of view it should be assured that Mac users running Mac
 OS X 10.6 or earlier are _not_ directed to a download of AOO 4.1.
 Instead they should be directed to AOO 4.0.1 together with a note saying
 that AOO 4.1 needs Mac OS X version 10.7 or later.

 This depends on when 4.0.1 will be available in the archive. So, let's
 see what will be possible.

 Nevetheless, as I don't know if older and newer browsers than 10.7
 identifying itself in the same way, I need more data.

 @Oliver: Can you help me here, too?
 
 @Oliver and all Mac users:
 
 I've finished a first test. Please have a look:
 
 http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/index.html
 

the first thing I see is OS X 32-bit Intel (dmg) which is wrong for 4.1


 If you see problems, please tell me the data from the analyze webpage:
 
 http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/analyze.html

Here are the results on my 10.7 system, nothing for 64 bit

Browser variables   Values
navigator.appCodeName   Mozilla
navigator.appName   Netscape
navigator.appVersion5.0 (Macintosh)
navigator.platform  MacIntel
navigator.oscpu Intel Mac OS X 10.7
navigator.cpuClass  undefined
navigator.product   Gecko
navigator.productSub20100101
navigator.vendor
navigator.vendorSub 
navigator.language  en-US
navigator.browserLanguage   undefined
navigator.userLanguage  undefined
navigator.systemLanguageundefined
navigator.userAgent Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.7;
rv:26.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/26.0
JavaScript functions/variables  Values
Language name   English (US)
Language ISO code   en-US
Language array data en-US,English (US),English
(US),y,http://www.openoffice.org/download/other.html
Release matrix platform position8
Release matrix platform array data
Mac_x86_install,y,163,Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_en-US.dmg
UI platform nameOS X 32-bit Intel (DMG)
URL platform name   Mac_x86_install
Old platformfalse
File name   Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_en-US.dmg
File extension  .dmg
File size   163
Download file link
http://sourceforge.net/projects/openofficeorg.mirror/files/4.1.0/binaries/en-US/Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_en-US.dmg/download
Checksum file link (here for MD5)
http://www.apache.org/dist/openoffice/4.1.0/binaries/en-US/Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_en-US.dmg.md5
hasMirrorLink() true
getLink()
http://sourceforge.net/projects/openofficeorg.mirror/files/4.1.0/binaries/en-US/Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_en-US.dmg/download
General error   false





 
 BTW:
 I've tested with 10.6 data (as far as I can do this without a Mac ;-) ).
 Older versions to recognize are derived from 10.6 but may not work. So,
 please test also with other old versions.
 
 Thanks in advance
 
 Marcus
 
 
 
 On 28.01.2014 23:24, Marcus (OOo) wrote:
 Am 12/20/2013 02:47 PM, schrieb Herbert Duerr:
 On 19.12.2013 17:58, jan i wrote:
 On 19 December 2013 17:29, Herbert Duerr hdu_...@alice.de wrote:

 The new Mac port looks quite good. I uploaded a current version
 to my
 page
 [1]. Jürgen already mentioned it will only work for OSX 10.7 and up.
 It is
 based on todays trunk, which already contains a lot of fixes and
 enhancements compared to our latest release. For details you can
 have a
 look at our progress tracking page [2].

 [1] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/
 [2] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/izlist9.htm

 In the early days of next year I plan to update our trunk so the new
 port
 becomes active. To build it yourself you'll need XCode4 then. XCode4
 comes
 with the 10.7 SDK.

 +1 the wiki build instructions should also be updated.

 +1

 Do we also need to update information on the download page (e.g.
 that we
 only support OSX 10.7 and up) ?

 As Jürgen already mentioned the installation files are already
 protected. We should also update the release notes, etc.

 If it is possible to know the OS version from e.g. the browser's User
 Agent then we should update the download page too. Maybe we already
 have
 such a mechanism. Does anyone happen to have OSX 10.3 or earlier? What
 happens when you go to the OpenOffice download page?

 Good point.

 Can someone help me and test the download webpage with different OSX
 versions? I need the user agent text fromthe used browsers (Firefox and
 Safari).

 Or better, please use this webpage and send me the raw data from the
 table:

 http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/analyze.html

 If there is a way to recognize the differences, then I can build
 something around the scripting.

 Otherwise I would suggest a general hint text when OSX in general was
 detected.

 

a mistake in drawingml.hxx?

2014-02-10 Thread shzh zhao
in oox\inc\oox\export\drawingml.hxx
there is a line like
#include svx/escherex.hxx

if you search 'escherex.hxx' ,you can find it in filter/inc/filter/msfilter.

can anyone fix this bug in the code base?

-- 



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Re: a mistake in drawingml.hxx?

2014-02-10 Thread Herbert Duerr

On 10.02.2014 11:08, shzh zhao wrote:

in oox\inc\oox\export\drawingml.hxx
there is a line like
#include svx/escherex.hxx

if you search 'escherex.hxx' ,you can find it in filter/inc/filter/msfilter.


Yes, it was moved from svx to filter in October 2009 with issue 106421.


can anyone fix this bug in the code base?


I guess this problem shows up now has to do with you working on enabling 
this export type. Is there an issue-id for that already? I'd like to use 
it for committing the header-include fix.


Herbert

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Re: a mistake in drawingml.hxx?

2014-02-10 Thread Andre Fischer

On 10.02.2014 11:08, shzh zhao wrote:

in oox\inc\oox\export\drawingml.hxx
there is a line like
#include svx/escherex.hxx

if you search 'escherex.hxx' ,you can find it in filter/inc/filter/msfilter.

can anyone fix this bug in the code base?


I assume you found this while working on the OOXML export?  This makes 
you the one who can best fix it :-)  Probably the escherex.hxx file got 
moved from svx/ to filter/ after the OOXML code was written and later 
abandoned.  That would mean that the obvious fix is to replace


#include svx/escherex.hxx

with

#include filter/msfilter/escherex.hxx

But, at the moment, you are probably the only one who can judge whether that 
works or not.


-Andre






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Marketing - Apache logo

2014-02-10 Thread RA Stehmann
Hello,

I've got a little parcel from America. A lot of stickers with the Apache
logo.

In Brussels they run very well. I hope in Chemnitz etc. also.

Regards
Michael



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Any news on a new build of 64-bit MacOSX AOO 4.1 (either dayly/developer or snapshot build) ?

2014-02-10 Thread Rony G. Flatscher (Apache)
Hi there,

is there anywhere a new build of the 64-bit MacOSX AOO 4.1 available (beyond 
rev. 1560772)? No
matter whether it is a (daily?) developer or an official snapshot.

Just would like to see whether an error with a scripting extension is still 
present (if so, I really
need to debug that script extension locally).

TIA,

---rony

P.S.: It would be nice if
https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/OOOUSERS/Development+Snapshot+Builds
 would add the
date to the link when that particular snapshot build got created.

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Mentoring new Developers

2014-02-10 Thread Rainer Bielefeld

Hi all,

I know 2 charts, 1 with good news
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/reports.cgi?product=-All-datasets=UNCONFIRMED
and one with bad news:
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/reports.cgi?product=-All-datasets=CONFIRMED

I think we urgently need some assistance for the core developers by 
interested newbie developers Does AOO have a systematic approach how to 
interest new willing developers and to make sure that they have some 
sense of achievement when they start? And is that promoted at prominent 
places?


Of course I know http://openoffice.apache.org/get-involved.html, but 
to me that all sounds bureaucratic and not very inviting.


I think we (additionally) need an alternative approach, let's call it 
Easy Patches. My experience (as a not-developer, but engaged QA 
member) is that smaller UI-patches are a nice way to get some first 
experience with th code of the project; And mentoring for newbies does 
not cost too much time, a simple you find the code in xy area and a 
review of the patch should be enough in most cases.


Examples for bugs what might need an easy patch might be these [1], I 
think there are a lot more.


A part of this idea is to create a short introduction in the Wiki with 
an automatically generated list of such promising Easy Patch Bug 
reports, some developers willing to mentor and a very short instruction 
how to start some first steps to create a patch.


Ideas, concerns, interest to support something like this?

Best regards

Rainer




Used Hyperlinks:

[1] 
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/buglist.cgi?bug_id=124200%2C124186%2C124054%2C124046%2C124012%2C120850%2C89934%2C124183%2C124119%2C124035%2C123931%2C122712list_id=123278


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Re: Any news on a new build of 64-bit MacOSX AOO 4.1 (either dayly/developer or snapshot build) ?

2014-02-10 Thread Herbert Duerr

Hi Rony,

On 10.02.2014 11:51, Rony G. Flatscher (Apache) wrote:

is there anywhere a new build of the 64-bit MacOSX AOO 4.1 available (beyond 
rev. 1560772)? No
matter whether it is a (daily?) developer or an official snapshot.


I just uploaded my last dev-build [1].

[1] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/AOO_nightly20140209.dmg

We're planning to do a new milestone build soon.

Herbert

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[RELEASE]: new snapshot based on trunk rev. 1566588

2014-02-10 Thread Jürgen Schmidt
Hi,

I have moved the snapshot tag to trunk rev. 1566588 and started a new
snapshot build. It will become available later this week (depending on
the poor upload speed).

I have merged some translation updates from Pootle into trunk and this
snapshot: Thai, German, Lithuanian, Dutch, Spanish, Serbian, Turkish and
Kazakh.

Kazakh is for testing mainly and is not 100% UI complete. The build bots
will contain this update but not the snapshot builds. They will contain
the languages for the release only.

Portuguese is not updated because of technical problems on Pootle. I
hope this can be fixed soon.

Some of you requested an extended date for translations and because of
the fact that I will be on vacation next week, I will merge the last
updates on Feb. 24th. That means updates can be made on Pootle until
Feb. 23th. But I will update only languages where an update is
explicitly requested in the related issue.

The AOO 4.1 beta will be based on this last translation update and is
now proposed for Feb. 28th.


Juergen

PS follow up discussion please on the dev list only

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[RELEASE] review of solved issues incl. some minor Bugzilla clean up

2014-02-10 Thread Oliver-Rainer Wittmann

Hi,

with the support of Herbert - thanks to his script and the provided 
results - I reviewed the issues which we had solved for our next release 
based on the commit messages and the current Bugzilla data. My intention 
was to have the corresponding Bugzilla data cleaned up in order to be 
able to run a simple Bugzilla query to retrieve a list of the solved 
issues for AOO 4.1.0.
After some minor adjustments to the Bugzilla data the simple query for 
issues whose field 'Target Milestone' equals '4.1.0' should give the 
corresponding list of issues - currently 254. Some are not in 'solved' 
state yet in the Bugzilla, but I assume they until the release.


Please keep the Bugzilla data up-to-date for your future work on our 
next release in order to keep the simple query working.

Thanks in advance.

Best regards, Oliver.


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How could I make a build on writer module?

2014-02-10 Thread LOH KOK HOE
I would like to focus my contribution to writer module only, how could I
build and test only for this module? Do I need to make a full build for the
whole system in order to run my test?

Thanks @!


Re: a mistake in drawingml.hxx?

2014-02-10 Thread shzh zhao
yes,I found it when working on the ooxml export.
I will fix it in this feature development.
thanks for your answer.


2014-02-10 18:40 GMT+08:00 Andre Fischer awf@gmail.com:

 On 10.02.2014 11:08, shzh zhao wrote:

 in oox\inc\oox\export\drawingml.hxx
 there is a line like
 #include svx/escherex.hxx

 if you search 'escherex.hxx' ,you can find it in
 filter/inc/filter/msfilter.

 can anyone fix this bug in the code base?


 I assume you found this while working on the OOXML export?  This makes you
 the one who can best fix it :-)  Probably the escherex.hxx file got moved
 from svx/ to filter/ after the OOXML code was written and later abandoned.
  That would mean that the obvious fix is to replace

 #include svx/escherex.hxx

 with

 #include filter/msfilter/escherex.hxx

 But, at the moment, you are probably the only one who can judge whether
 that works or not.


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Re: Speaker Slide Template

2014-02-10 Thread Rich Bowen


On 02/09/2014 04:27 PM, jan i wrote:




On 9 February 2014 19:52, Melissa Warnkin missywarn...@yahoo.com 
mailto:missywarn...@yahoo.com wrote:


Thanks, Andrea.  I appreciate you sharing this with the OpenOffice
dev list.  As it turns out, LF is taking care of creating the
speaker templates.


I dont hope it will be mandatory to use the LF templates, but merely a 
recommendation.


No, we've never made it a requirement to use a particular template. 
Creativity is a good thing. Having a standard template saves some folks 
some work, to be sure. However, lots of folks use other tools to write 
their presentations, and can't use the template anyway.


--Rich




rgds
jan I.



Have a great rest of your weekend!!

~M



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I'm forwarding the request below to the OpenOffice dev list. It
would be
nice to have a slides template for the coming ApacheCon in Denver
(deadline for template: February 14).

For ApacheCon 2012 and 2013 templates were created by volunteeers on
this (OpenOffice dev) list and are available at

http://templates.openoffice.org/en/template/apachecon-europe-2012-presentation
http://templates.openoffice.org/en/template/apachecon-north-amaerica-2013

Any volunteers?

Regards,
   Andrea.


On 05/02/2014 Melissa Warnkin wrote:
 Good morning!!

 We are in need of volunteers to create the speaker slide
template for
 ApacheCon!! We will need a cover slide and a content slide.

 The deadline is Friday, February 14th.

 Thank you so much for your help!!

 ~Melissa





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Re: My self-build AOO starts and then closes immediately

2014-02-10 Thread Regina Henschel

Hi Andre,

Andre Fischer schrieb:

On 08.02.2014 13:59, Regina Henschel wrote:

Hi all,

I have build r1565724 as debug build. I have installed the resulted
binaries administrative with setup -a. I can start it, but it closes
immediately, without any error message. The folder 'user' is created,
but the welcome screen does not appear. There are no remaining
processes, it really closes.


A part of this is the normal behavior on the first start:
OpenOffice starts, shows the splash screen, does some initialization and
at about 50% of the progress bar, it shuts down and restarts.
Looks like the restart does not work.

What happens when you start soffice.bin instead of soffice.exe ?


When I start soffice.bin from the Windows 7 command-window, then AOO 
starts without problems.


Kind regards
Regina


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Reporting a problem with the OpenOffice website

2014-02-10 Thread PASINDIGO
Please advise:  Is OPEN OFFICE ready for use now on Windows 8.1  system??
 
Thank you,
 
Philip Snyder
Mt. Laurel, NJ

Re: Reporting a problem with the OpenOffice website

2014-02-10 Thread Rory O'Farrell
On Mon, 10 Feb 2014 09:06:49 -0500 (EST)
pasind...@aol.com wrote:

 Please advise:  Is OPEN OFFICE ready for use now on Windows 8.1  system??
  
 Thank you,

Yes

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Re: Any news on a new build of 64-bit MacOSX AOO 4.1 (either dayly/developer or snapshot build) ?

2014-02-10 Thread Rony G. Flatscher (Apache)
Hi Herbert,

thank you very much, indeed!

Kind regards

---rony

On 10.02.2014 12:52, Herbert Duerr wrote:
 Hi Rony,

 On 10.02.2014 11:51, Rony G. Flatscher (Apache) wrote:
 is there anywhere a new build of the 64-bit MacOSX AOO 4.1 available (beyond 
 rev. 1560772)? No
 matter whether it is a (daily?) developer or an official snapshot.

 I just uploaded my last dev-build [1].

 [1] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/AOO_nightly20140209.dmg

 We're planning to do a new milestone build soon.

 Herbert


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review requested: [Bug 123879] dr3d rotation angle is degree in spec ODF1.2 but radiant in AOO : [Attachment 82558] The angle is adapted, when reading and writing the string from file

2014-02-10 Thread bugzilla
Regina Henschel rb.hensc...@t-online.de has asked  for review:
Bug 123879: dr3d rotation angle is degree in spec ODF1.2 but radiant in AOO
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=123879

Attachment 82558: The angle is adapted, when reading and writing the string
from file
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/attachment.cgi?id=82558action=edit


--- Additional Comments from Regina Henschel rb.hensc...@t-online.de
I have tested import with attached file. But I have no idea, how to test
export, because I see no way to get access to the members for rotation in the
API. There is only access to the transformation matrix, and that is not
decomposed, but written as matrix. So please have a look whether it is correct
nevertheless.

The lines in the attached file indicate the axis, red=x, green=y, blue=z.

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Re: Getting started with development

2014-02-10 Thread Pranet Verma
Hi,
Thanks for the link.
I completed the build earlier, but i'm still not able to achieve the task
listed here https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Tutorial_Start

1)
This is the exact change i made in the file(Accelerators.xcu): (after line
123)
!-- Tutorial-1 --
   node oor:name=T_MOD1 oor:op=replace
prop oor:name=Commandvalue xml:lang=x-no-translateI10N
SHORTCUTS - NO TRANSLATE/value
 value xml:lang=en-US.uno:About/value
/prop
   /node
   !--  --

2) Now the next steps says
*You can copy your changed Accelerators.xcu file directly into the install
directory (\OpenOffice.org
3\Basis\share\registry\data\org\openoffice\Office\Accelerators.xcu).*
- Im unable to find this file. When they say install directory, Im assuming
they mean : opt/openoffice4/So i tried the next option:

*Or, you can build the module and rebuild the installer (this assumed you
have previously fully built it, if not then just do the usual build --all
-P4 from the instsetoo module).*
Did this one i think. Just followed the building guide and got the software
running earlier. So far so good(I think)
*From the $SRCROOT\officecfg directory call build, then deliver to send
the changed Accelerators.xcu file to the solenv module.*
Im assuming this is: source/aoo-trunk/main/officecfg. There is no
option to call build or deliver (these are terminal commands here?)

EDIT: i called
./bootstrap and then source LinuxX86Env.Set.shhttp://linuxx86env.set.sh/
from main/ and then repeated the above step. It worked. Ouput:

deliver -- version: 275594
Module 'officecfg' delivered successfully. 1 files copied, 247 files unchanged


*Then change to the instsetoo module and call build, then install.*
I dont need to do build -all here do I? I just used build, and it did
so.


3)After installing when I run, the software and press ctrl+T nothing
happens.
Could you please tell me where I'm going wrong?




Thank You


On Fri, Feb 7, 2014 at 10:43 PM, Rob Weir robw...@apache.org wrote:

 On Thu, Feb 6, 2014 at 10:03 AM, Pranet Verma pranetve...@gmail.com
 wrote:
  Hi,
  Could you please tell me how to get started with Open Office development?
 
  I began by following this guide :
  https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Development
  , but after building the source and installing the program when I reached
  the first tutorial ( https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Tutorial_Start )
 it
  failed(I'm pretty sure i followed all the steps but ctrl+T just doesnt
 work
  like its supposed to) .
  The page does seem to be outdated to me (considering some folder name and
  syntax of files do not match with the guide, though i may be wrong), I
 was
  wondering if there was a better source to learn from.
 
  I'm reasonably comfortable with c/c++ , and am pretty active in
 competitive
  programming, but developments new for me , so any help is appreciated.
  Also, if possible could you direct me to modules using c/c++
 specifically?
  Im open to learning new languages, but to start with I would prefer
 working
  in a familiar environment.
 

 Hi Pranet,

 Welcome to the Apache OpenOffice project!   I'd recommend taking a
 look at our New Volunteer orientation pages for some useful background
 on the project and how it works:

 http://openoffice.apache.org/orientation/

 The page on getting started with development is the key one:

 http://openoffice.apache.org/orientation/intro-development.html

 That will get you started on downloading the source code and doing
 your first build of OpenOffice.  Getting a build running on Linux is
 pretty easy.  Windows takes a bit more effort to set up the pre-reqs.
 (I've never done a Mac build, but I hear it is easy as well).  Either
 way, give it a try and post further messages if you get stuck.

 Regards,

 -Rob


  Thank You



Re: Ask OpenOffice #2

2014-02-10 Thread Rob Weir
On Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 6:57 AM, Rob Weir robw...@apache.org wrote:
 Around this time last year we invited you to send us your questions
 about Apache OpenOffice, the things you always wondered about the
 product, or questions about the OpenOffice open source project.

 We had you enter these questions into Google Moderator, where you
 could also view and rate questions that other users had submitted.  We
 took the top 10 questions, as voted by you, and answered them on our
 blog:

 https://blogs.apache.org/OOo/entry/your_top_questions_answered

 We're doing this again, hoping for some more great questions.
 Technical questions, questions about the open source project,
 questions about where we see things going in 5 years, all are good
 candidates.

 But please avoid repeating questions that were already answered in
 last year's blog post.  We'll ignore those.

 Also, support questions should still go to our community support
 forums (http://forum.openoffice.org/) for faster response.  Ask
 OpenOffice is intended for questions of broader interest to users and
 the community.

 Last year when we did this we saw 274 questions, and 1,743 votes, from
 365 users.  I think we'll do even better this time!

 To submit your question, and to view and rate questions already
 submitted,  go to this page and click on Submit a question:

 http://www.google.com/moderator/#16/e=214628


It is about time to wrap this up.   If you still have question to
enter, please do so.   If you can spare a few minutes to vote on the
existing questions, that is even more important at this stage.  Your
votes are what determines the top questions.

You can view the questions submitted so far here:

http://www.google.com/moderator/#15/e=214628t=214628.40

I'm planning on closing this in one week.

Thanks!

-Rob

 Note:  If for any reason you are unable or unwilling to access Google
 Moderator, you can send the question to me and I will enter it for
 you.

 Regards,

 -Rob

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Re: switch trunk from Mac 32bit to 64bit

2014-02-10 Thread Oliver-Rainer Wittmann
Hi,


On Sat, Feb 8, 2014 at 8:33 PM, Marcus (OOo) marcus.m...@wtnet.de wrote:

 Am 01/30/2014 10:52 PM, schrieb Marcus (OOo):

 Am 01/30/2014 08:38 AM, schrieb Oliver-Rainer Wittmann:

 Hi Markus,

 below you find the output of my iMac running Mac OS X 10.7


 thanks for the 10.7 data. At least here I can do some scripting changes.

  From my point of view it should be assured that Mac users running Mac
 OS X 10.6 or earlier are _not_ directed to a download of AOO 4.1.
 Instead they should be directed to AOO 4.0.1 together with a note saying
 that AOO 4.1 needs Mac OS X version 10.7 or later.


 This depends on when 4.0.1 will be available in the archive. So, let's
 see what will be possible.

 Nevetheless, as I don't know if older and newer browsers than 10.7
 identifying itself in the same way, I need more data.

 @Oliver: Can you help me here, too?


 @Oliver and all Mac users:

 I've finished a first test. Please have a look:

 http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/index.html


as Jürgen already reported, it talks about 32 bit on Firefox and Safari



 If you see problems, please tell me the data from the analyze webpage:

 http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/analyze.html


on Firefox:
*Browser variables **Values*navigator.appCodeName Mozillanavigator.appName
Netscapenavigator.appVersion 5.0 (Macintosh)navigator.platform
MacIntelnavigator.oscpu
Intel Mac OS X 10.7navigator.cpuClass undefinednavigator.product
Geckonavigator.productSub
20100101navigator.vendor
navigator.vendorSub
navigator.language de-DEnavigator.browserLanguage
undefinednavigator.userLanguage
undefinednavigator.systemLanguage undefinednavigator.userAgent Mozilla/5.0
(Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.7; rv:26.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/26.0
*JavaScript functions/variables**Values*Language name DeutschLanguage ISO
code deLanguage array data
de,German,Deutsch,y,http://www.openoffice.org/de/Release
matrix platform position 8Release matrix platform array data
Mac_x86_install,y,182,Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_de.dmgUI
platform name OS X 32-bit Intel (DMG)URL platform name Mac_x86_installOld
platform falseFile name Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_de.dmgFile
extension .dmgFile size 182Download file link
http://sourceforge.net/projects/openofficeorg.mirror/files/4.1.0/binaries/de/Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_de.dmg/downloadChecksum
file link (here for MD5)
http://www.apache.org/dist/openoffice/4.1.0/binaries/de/Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_de.dmg.md5hasMirrorLink()
truegetLink()
http://sourceforge.net/projects/openofficeorg.mirror/files/4.1.0/binaries/de/Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_de.dmg/downloadGeneral
error false
on Safari:
Browser variablesValues
navigator.appCodeNameMozilla
navigator.appNameNetscape
navigator.appVersion5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_7_5)
AppleWebKit/537.73.11 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/6.1.1 Safari/537.73.11
navigator.platformMacIntel
navigator.oscpuundefined
navigator.cpuClassundefined
navigator.productGecko
navigator.productSub20030107
navigator.vendorApple Computer, Inc.
navigator.vendorSub
navigator.languagede-de
navigator.browserLanguageundefined
navigator.userLanguageundefined
navigator.systemLanguageundefined
navigator.userAgentMozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_7_5)
AppleWebKit/537.73.11 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/6.1.1 Safari/537.73.11
JavaScript functions/variablesValues
Language nameDeutsch
Language ISO codede
Language array datade,German,Deutsch,y,http://www.openoffice.org/de/
Release matrix platform position8
Release matrix platform array data
Mac_x86_install,y,182,Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_de.dmg
UI platform nameOS X 32-bit Intel (DMG)
URL platform nameMac_x86_install
Old platformfalse
File nameApache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_de.dmg
File extension.dmg
File size182
Download file link
http://sourceforge.net/projects/openofficeorg.mirror/files/4.1.0/binaries/de/Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_de.dmg/download
Checksum file link (here for MD5)
http://www.apache.org/dist/openoffice/4.1.0/binaries/de/Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_de.dmg.md5
hasMirrorLink()true
getLink()
http://sourceforge.net/projects/openofficeorg.mirror/files/4.1.0/binaries/de/Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_de.dmg/download
General errorfalse

Best regards, Oliver.



 BTW:
 I've tested with 10.6 data (as far as I can do this without a Mac ;-) ).
 Older versions to recognize are derived from 10.6 but may not work. So,
 please test also with other old versions.

 Thanks in advance

 Marcus



  On 28.01.2014 23:24, Marcus (OOo) wrote:

 Am 12/20/2013 02:47 PM, schrieb Herbert Duerr:

 On 19.12.2013 17:58, jan i wrote:

 On 19 December 2013 17:29, Herbert Duerr hdu_...@alice.de wrote:

  The new Mac port looks quite good. I uploaded a current version to my
 page
 [1]. Jürgen already mentioned it will only 

Re: switch trunk from Mac 32bit to 64bit

2014-02-10 Thread Marcus (OOo)

Am 02/10/2014 10:42 AM, schrieb Jürgen Schmidt:

On 2/8/14 8:33 PM, Marcus (OOo) wrote:

Am 01/30/2014 10:52 PM, schrieb Marcus (OOo):

Am 01/30/2014 08:38 AM, schrieb Oliver-Rainer Wittmann:

Hi Markus,

below you find the output of my iMac running Mac OS X 10.7


thanks for the 10.7 data. At least here I can do some scripting changes.


 From my point of view it should be assured that Mac users running Mac
OS X 10.6 or earlier are _not_ directed to a download of AOO 4.1.
Instead they should be directed to AOO 4.0.1 together with a note saying
that AOO 4.1 needs Mac OS X version 10.7 or later.


This depends on when 4.0.1 will be available in the archive. So, let's
see what will be possible.

Nevetheless, as I don't know if older and newer browsers than 10.7
identifying itself in the same way, I need more data.

@Oliver: Can you help me here, too?


@Oliver and all Mac users:

I've finished a first test. Please have a look:

http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/index.html



the first thing I see is OS X 32-bit Intel (dmg) which is wrong for 4.1


Ah, OK. I've just not changed this until now.


If you see problems, please tell me the data from the analyze webpage:

http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/analyze.html


Here are the results on my 10.7 system, nothing for 64 bit


Please can you provide me with data =10.6 if you see problems?

Thanks

Marcus




BTW:
I've tested with 10.6 data (as far as I can do this without a Mac ;-) ).
Older versions to recognize are derived from 10.6 but may not work. So,
please test also with other old versions.

Thanks in advance

Marcus




On 28.01.2014 23:24, Marcus (OOo) wrote:

Am 12/20/2013 02:47 PM, schrieb Herbert Duerr:

On 19.12.2013 17:58, jan i wrote:

On 19 December 2013 17:29, Herbert Duerrhdu_...@alice.de  wrote:


The new Mac port looks quite good. I uploaded a current version
to my
page
[1]. Jürgen already mentioned it will only work for OSX 10.7 and up.
It is
based on todays trunk, which already contains a lot of fixes and
enhancements compared to our latest release. For details you can
have a
look at our progress tracking page [2].

[1] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/
[2] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/izlist9.htm

In the early days of next year I plan to update our trunk so the new
port
becomes active. To build it yourself you'll need XCode4 then. XCode4
comes
with the 10.7 SDK.


+1 the wiki build instructions should also be updated.


+1


Do we also need to update information on the download page (e.g.
that we
only support OSX 10.7 and up) ?


As Jürgen already mentioned the installation files are already
protected. We should also update the release notes, etc.

If it is possible to know the OS version from e.g. the browser's User
Agent then we should update the download page too. Maybe we already
have
such a mechanism. Does anyone happen to have OSX 10.3 or earlier? What
happens when you go to the OpenOffice download page?


Good point.

Can someone help me and test the download webpage with different OSX
versions? I need the user agent text fromthe used browsers (Firefox and
Safari).

Or better, please use this webpage and send me the raw data from the
table:

http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/analyze.html

If there is a way to recognize the differences, then I can build
something around the scripting.

Otherwise I would suggest a general hint text when OSX in general was
detected.

Marcus


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Re: switch trunk from Mac 32bit to 64bit

2014-02-10 Thread Oliver-Rainer Wittmann
Hi,

On Sat, Feb 8, 2014 at 8:33 PM, Marcus (OOo) marcus.m...@wtnet.de wrote:

 Am 01/30/2014 10:52 PM, schrieb Marcus (OOo):

 Am 01/30/2014 08:38 AM, schrieb Oliver-Rainer Wittmann:

 Hi Markus,

 below you find the output of my iMac running Mac OS X 10.7


 thanks for the 10.7 data. At least here I can do some scripting changes.

  From my point of view it should be assured that Mac users running Mac
 OS X 10.6 or earlier are _not_ directed to a download of AOO 4.1.
 Instead they should be directed to AOO 4.0.1 together with a note saying
 that AOO 4.1 needs Mac OS X version 10.7 or later.


 This depends on when 4.0.1 will be available in the archive. So, let's
 see what will be possible.

 Nevetheless, as I don't know if older and newer browsers than 10.7
 identifying itself in the same way, I need more data.

 @Oliver: Can you help me here, too?


 @Oliver and all Mac users:

 I've finished a first test. Please have a look:

 http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/index.html


After downgrading my iMac to 10.6 [1] I got

Apache OpenOffice 4.1.0 for *MacOS X (10.6 or older)* is not available.
Please choose another platform build from the alternative download
webpage.http://archive.apache.org/dist/openoffice/

It would be great, if it could be added that 4.0.1 is available for Mac OS
X 10.6 or older incl. corresponding link.

[1] changing key ProductVersion in
/System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist


 If you see problems, please tell me the data from the analyze webpage:

 http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/analyze.html


on Firefox:
*Browser variables **Values*navigator.appCodeName Mozillanavigator.appName
Netscapenavigator.appVersion 5.0 (Macintosh)navigator.platform
MacIntelnavigator.oscpu
Intel Mac OS X 10.6navigator.cpuClass undefinednavigator.product
Geckonavigator.productSub
20100101navigator.vendor
navigator.vendorSub
navigator.language de-DEnavigator.browserLanguage
undefinednavigator.userLanguage
undefinednavigator.systemLanguage undefinednavigator.userAgent Mozilla/5.0
(Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.6; rv:26.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/26.0
*JavaScript functions/variables**Values*Language name DeutschLanguage ISO
code deLanguage array data
de,German,Deutsch,y,http://www.openoffice.org/de/Release
matrix platform position 8Release matrix platform array data
Mac_x86_install,y,182,Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_MacOS_x86_install_de.dmgUI
platform name MacOS X (10.6 or older)URL platform name Mac_x86_installOld
platform trueFile name
File extension .dmgFile size 182Download file link
http://archive.apache.org/dist/openoffice/Checksum file link (here for MD5)
hasMirrorLink() truegetLink() http://archive.apache.org/dist/openoffice/General
error true








































on Safari:
no results as Safari does not start in my downgraded system.

Best regards, Oliver.


 BTW:
 I've tested with 10.6 data (as far as I can do this without a Mac ;-) ).
 Older versions to recognize are derived from 10.6 but may not work. So,
 please test also with other old versions.

 Thanks in advance

 Marcus



  On 28.01.2014 23:24, Marcus (OOo) wrote:

 Am 12/20/2013 02:47 PM, schrieb Herbert Duerr:

 On 19.12.2013 17:58, jan i wrote:

 On 19 December 2013 17:29, Herbert Duerr hdu_...@alice.de wrote:

  The new Mac port looks quite good. I uploaded a current version to my
 page
 [1]. Jürgen already mentioned it will only work for OSX 10.7 and up.
 It is
 based on todays trunk, which already contains a lot of fixes and
 enhancements compared to our latest release. For details you can
 have a
 look at our progress tracking page [2].

 [1] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/
 [2] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/izlist9.htm

 In the early days of next year I plan to update our trunk so the new
 port
 becomes active. To build it yourself you'll need XCode4 then. XCode4
 comes
 with the 10.7 SDK.

  +1 the wiki build instructions should also be updated.


 +1

  Do we also need to update information on the download page (e.g.
 that we
 only support OSX 10.7 and up) ?


 As Jürgen already mentioned the installation files are already
 protected. We should also update the release notes, etc.

 If it is possible to know the OS version from e.g. the browser's User
 Agent then we should update the download page too. Maybe we already
 have
 such a mechanism. Does anyone happen to have OSX 10.3 or earlier? What
 happens when you go to the OpenOffice download page?


 Good point.

 Can someone help me and test the download webpage with different OSX
 versions? I need the user agent text fromthe used browsers (Firefox and
 Safari).

 Or better, please use this webpage and send me the raw data from the
 table:

 http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/analyze.html

 If there is a way to recognize the differences, then I can build
 something around the scripting.

 Otherwise I would suggest a general hint text when OSX in general was
 detected.

 Marcus




Re: Mentoring new Developers

2014-02-10 Thread Rob Weir
On Mon, Feb 10, 2014 at 5:56 AM, Rainer Bielefeld
rainerbielefeld_ooo...@bielefeldundbuss.de wrote:
 Hi all,

 I know 2 charts, 1 with good news
 https://issues.apache.org/ooo/reports.cgi?product=-All-datasets=UNCONFIRMED
 and one with bad news:
 https://issues.apache.org/ooo/reports.cgi?product=-All-datasets=CONFIRMED

 I think we urgently need some assistance for the core developers by
 interested newbie developers Does AOO have a systematic approach how to
 interest new willing developers and to make sure that they have some sense
 of achievement when they start? And is that promoted at prominent places?


We send new developers to this page, which shows them how to get
started with their first build:

http://openoffice.apache.org/orientation/intro-development.html


 Of course I know http://openoffice.apache.org/get-involved.html, but to me
 that all sounds bureaucratic and not very inviting.

 I think we (additionally) need an alternative approach, let's call it Easy
 Patches. My experience (as a not-developer, but engaged QA member) is that
 smaller UI-patches are a nice way to get some first experience with th code
 of the project; And mentoring for newbies does not cost too much time, a
 simple you find the code in xy area and a review of the patch should be
 enough in most cases.


We have something like this as well.  We use the developer
difficulty field in Bugzilla to mark bugs that are easy or
simple.  These are the ones we point new developers to.


 Examples for bugs what might need an easy patch might be these [1], I think
 there are a lot more.


Some of these might be candidates for easy hacks.  I'll take a look.

 A part of this idea is to create a short introduction in the Wiki with an
 automatically generated list of such promising Easy Patch Bug reports, some
 developers willing to mentor and a very short instruction how to start some
 first steps to create a patch.


If we do it via Bugzilla then getting a report is easy.  In fact it
can be a simple link to a query, yes?

Regards,

-Rob


 Ideas, concerns, interest to support something like this?

 Best regards

 Rainer




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 [1]
 https://issues.apache.org/ooo/buglist.cgi?bug_id=124200%2C124186%2C124054%2C124046%2C124012%2C120850%2C89934%2C124183%2C124119%2C124035%2C123931%2C122712list_id=123278

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Re: Any news on a new build of 64-bit MacOSX AOO 4.1 (either dayly/developer or snapshot build) ?

2014-02-10 Thread Rony G. Flatscher
A few remarks using yesterday's build:

- If letting AOO 4.1 hang around with swriter (doing nothing), after approx. 
two minutes AOO
crashes: do you need the DiagnosticReport file in case you cannot duplicate 
this?

- Installing the oxt file containing the script language to shared, although 
carried out with
sudo, there is a file opening error and the installation cannot be carried out 
successfully
(installing the extension for the user works); remember that to be the case 
with AOO 4.0 already,
found the workaround with the user context and exploiting it; as otherwise 
installation of the OXT
works on Linuxes in 32- and 64-bit in shared mode works (and used to work on 
older versions of OOo),
maybe this could be addressed for 4.1?

- Experimenting and attempts for debugging the crash of AOO when editing and 
executing ooRexx
scripts from the editor, as well as running such scripts directly via Tools - 
Macros - Run Macro
I managed somehow to get an OpenOffice Error popup that states:

Title: OpenOffice Error

com.sun.star.uno.RuntimeException[jni_uno_bridge_error] UNO calling Java 
method invoke: non-UNO
exception occurred:
java.lang.InternalError: Can't start the AWT because Java was started on 
the first thread.
Make sure StartOnFirstThread is not specified in your application's 
info.plist or on the
command line

java stack trace:
...

com.sun.star.script.framework.provider.oorexx.ScriptImpl.showErrorMessage(ScriptProviderForooRexx.java:920)
...

Where showErrorMessage(...) employs a javax.swing.JOptionPane.showMessageDialog 
causing the above
error dialog. Will report this also with the issue tomorrow (have to run, but 
wanted to give the
crux of what I have found out so far, maybe that helps already a little bit).

In principle the same oxt works flawlessly with the same test-usage patterns on 
Linux and Windows in
32- and 64-bits, and works with the previous 32-bit AOO on MacOSX.

---rony





On 10.02.2014 16:28, Rony G. Flatscher (Apache) wrote:
 Hi Herbert,

 thank you very much, indeed!

 Kind regards

 ---rony

 On 10.02.2014 12:52, Herbert Duerr wrote:
 Hi Rony,

 On 10.02.2014 11:51, Rony G. Flatscher (Apache) wrote:
 is there anywhere a new build of the 64-bit MacOSX AOO 4.1 available 
 (beyond rev. 1560772)? No
 matter whether it is a (daily?) developer or an official snapshot.
 I just uploaded my last dev-build [1].

 [1] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/AOO_nightly20140209.dmg

 We're planning to do a new milestone build soon.

 Herbert



Re: Any news on a new build of 64-bit MacOSX AOO 4.1 (either dayly/developer or snapshot build) ?

2014-02-10 Thread Rony G. Flatscher (Apache)
A few remarks using yesterday's build:

- If letting AOO 4.1 hang around with swriter (doing nothing), after approx. 
two minutes AOO
crashes: do you need the DiagnosticReport file in case you cannot duplicate 
this?

- Installing the oxt file containing the script language to shared, although 
carried out with
sudo, there is a file opening error and the installation cannot be carried out 
successfully
(installing the extension for the user works); remember that to be the case 
with AOO 4.0 already,
found the workaround with the user context and exploiting it; as otherwise 
installation of the OXT
works on Linuxes in 32- and 64-bit in shared mode works (and used to work on 
older versions of OOo),
maybe this could be addressed for 4.1?

- Experimenting and attempts for debugging the crash of AOO when editing and 
executing ooRexx
scripts from the editor, as well as running such scripts directly via Tools - 
Macros - Run Macro
I managed somehow to get an OpenOffice Error popup that states:

Title: OpenOffice Error

com.sun.star.uno.RuntimeException[jni_uno_bridge_error] UNO calling Java 
method invoke: non-UNO
exception occurred:
java.lang.InternalError: Can't start the AWT because Java was started on 
the first thread.
Make sure StartOnFirstThread is not specified in your application's 
info.plist or on the
command line

java stack trace:
...

com.sun.star.script.framework.provider.oorexx.ScriptImpl.showErrorMessage(ScriptProviderForooRexx.java:920)
...

Where showErrorMessage(...) employs a javax.swing.JOptionPane.showMessageDialog 
causing the above
error dialog. Will report this also with the issue tomorrow (have to run, but 
wanted to give the
crux of what I have found out so far, maybe that helps already a little bit).

In principle the same oxt works flawlessly with the same test-usage patterns on 
Linux and Windows in
32- and 64-bits, and works with the previous 32-bit AOO on MacOSX.

---rony





On 10.02.2014 16:28, Rony G. Flatscher (Apache) wrote:
 Hi Herbert,

 thank you very much, indeed!

 Kind regards

 ---rony

 On 10.02.2014 12:52, Herbert Duerr wrote:
 Hi Rony,

 On 10.02.2014 11:51, Rony G. Flatscher (Apache) wrote:
 is there anywhere a new build of the 64-bit MacOSX AOO 4.1 available 
 (beyond rev. 1560772)? No
 matter whether it is a (daily?) developer or an official snapshot.
 I just uploaded my last dev-build [1].

 [1] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/AOO_nightly20140209.dmg

 We're planning to do a new milestone build soon.

 Herbert



Re: switch trunk from Mac 32bit to 64bit

2014-02-10 Thread Marcus (OOo)

Am 02/10/2014 08:53 PM, schrieb Oliver-Rainer Wittmann:

Hi,

On Sat, Feb 8, 2014 at 8:33 PM, Marcus (OOo)marcus.m...@wtnet.de  wrote:


Am 01/30/2014 10:52 PM, schrieb Marcus (OOo):


Am 01/30/2014 08:38 AM, schrieb Oliver-Rainer Wittmann:


Hi Markus,

below you find the output of my iMac running Mac OS X 10.7



thanks for the 10.7 data. At least here I can do some scripting changes.

  From my point of view it should be assured that Mac users running Mac

OS X 10.6 or earlier are _not_ directed to a download of AOO 4.1.
Instead they should be directed to AOO 4.0.1 together with a note saying
that AOO 4.1 needs Mac OS X version 10.7 or later.



This depends on when 4.0.1 will be available in the archive. So, let's
see what will be possible.

Nevetheless, as I don't know if older and newer browsers than 10.7
identifying itself in the same way, I need more data.

@Oliver: Can you help me here, too?



@Oliver and all Mac users:

I've finished a first test. Please have a look:

http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/index.html



After downgrading my iMac to 10.6 [1] I got

Apache OpenOffice 4.1.0 for *MacOS X (10.6 or older)* is not available.
Please choose another platform build from the alternative download
webpage.http://archive.apache.org/dist/openoffice/


It seems the order to present the correct text and link inside the green 
box was not correct. Is it now better?



It would be great, if it could be added that 4.0.1 is available for Mac OS
X 10.6 or older incl. corresponding link.


Yes, that was intended.


[1] changing key ProductVersion in
/System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist


Interesting feature. :-)


If you see problems, please tell me the data from the analyze webpage:

http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/analyze.html


Marcus




BTW:
I've tested with 10.6 data (as far as I can do this without a Mac ;-) ).
Older versions to recognize are derived from 10.6 but may not work. So,
please test also with other old versions.

Thanks in advance

Marcus



  On 28.01.2014 23:24, Marcus (OOo) wrote:



Am 12/20/2013 02:47 PM, schrieb Herbert Duerr:


On 19.12.2013 17:58, jan i wrote:


On 19 December 2013 17:29, Herbert Duerrhdu_...@alice.de  wrote:

  The new Mac port looks quite good. I uploaded a current version to my

page
[1]. Jürgen already mentioned it will only work for OSX 10.7 and up.
It is
based on todays trunk, which already contains a lot of fixes and
enhancements compared to our latest release. For details you can
have a
look at our progress tracking page [2].

[1] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/
[2] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/izlist9.htm

In the early days of next year I plan to update our trunk so the new
port
becomes active. To build it yourself you'll need XCode4 then. XCode4
comes
with the 10.7 SDK.

  +1 the wiki build instructions should also be updated.




+1

  Do we also need to update information on the download page (e.g.

that we
only support OSX 10.7 and up) ?



As Jürgen already mentioned the installation files are already
protected. We should also update the release notes, etc.

If it is possible to know the OS version from e.g. the browser's User
Agent then we should update the download page too. Maybe we already
have
such a mechanism. Does anyone happen to have OSX 10.3 or earlier? What
happens when you go to the OpenOffice download page?



Good point.

Can someone help me and test the download webpage with different OSX
versions? I need the user agent text fromthe used browsers (Firefox and
Safari).

Or better, please use this webpage and send me the raw data from the
table:

http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/analyze.html

If there is a way to recognize the differences, then I can build
something around the scripting.

Otherwise I would suggest a general hint text when OSX in general was
detected.

Marcus


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Time traveling files

2014-02-10 Thread Hagar Delest

We see such reports in the forum from time to time (and I experienced that once 
in the past): a file saved and then the day after you see that the file 
reverted to a previous version.

The last topic here: 
https://forum.openoffice.org/en/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7t=67566

OP raises a clever possibility IMHO: could the first backup file be somehow put 
aside and not updated at each manual save and then after a crash (or not, maybe 
an OS problem) replace the last saved version? Reverting it to an old version?

Hagar

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Re: switch trunk from Mac 32bit to 64bit

2014-02-10 Thread Oliver-Rainer Wittmann
Hi,

Am 10.02.2014 um 21:46 schrieb Marcus (OOo) marcus.m...@wtnet.de:

 Am 02/10/2014 08:53 PM, schrieb Oliver-Rainer Wittmann:
 Hi,
 
 On Sat, Feb 8, 2014 at 8:33 PM, Marcus (OOo)marcus.m...@wtnet.de  wrote:
 
 Am 01/30/2014 10:52 PM, schrieb Marcus (OOo):
 
 Am 01/30/2014 08:38 AM, schrieb Oliver-Rainer Wittmann:
 
 Hi Markus,
 
 below you find the output of my iMac running Mac OS X 10.7
 
 
 thanks for the 10.7 data. At least here I can do some scripting changes.
 
  From my point of view it should be assured that Mac users running Mac
 OS X 10.6 or earlier are _not_ directed to a download of AOO 4.1.
 Instead they should be directed to AOO 4.0.1 together with a note saying
 that AOO 4.1 needs Mac OS X version 10.7 or later.
 
 
 This depends on when 4.0.1 will be available in the archive. So, let's
 see what will be possible.
 
 Nevetheless, as I don't know if older and newer browsers than 10.7
 identifying itself in the same way, I need more data.
 
 @Oliver: Can you help me here, too?
 
 
 @Oliver and all Mac users:
 
 I've finished a first test. Please have a look:
 
 http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/index.html
 
 
 After downgrading my iMac to 10.6 [1] I got
 
 Apache OpenOffice 4.1.0 for *MacOS X (10.6 or older)* is not available.
 Please choose another platform build from the alternative download
 webpage.http://archive.apache.org/dist/openoffice/
 
 It seems the order to present the correct text and link inside the green box 
 was not correct. Is it now better?

Previously, I did not follow the link and thus, I did not notice that itnwas 
the intended one.
Text looks better, but the link target would confuse unexperienced user from my 
point of view - there too much clicks needed to get to the corresponding 
directory containing the packages and then there are too much files with 
similar names.
Better would be a direct link to the the installation package of the 4.0.1 
which would be also available at sourceforge.net as I assume.

Best regards, Oliver

 
 It would be great, if it could be added that 4.0.1 is available for Mac OS
 X 10.6 or older incl. corresponding link.
 
 Yes, that was intended.
 
 [1] changing key ProductVersion in
 /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist
 
 Interesting feature. :-)
 
 If you see problems, please tell me the data from the analyze webpage:
 
 http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/analyze.html
 
 Marcus
 
 
 
 BTW:
 I've tested with 10.6 data (as far as I can do this without a Mac ;-) ).
 Older versions to recognize are derived from 10.6 but may not work. So,
 please test also with other old versions.
 
 Thanks in advance
 
 Marcus
 
 
 
  On 28.01.2014 23:24, Marcus (OOo) wrote:
 
 Am 12/20/2013 02:47 PM, schrieb Herbert Duerr:
 
 On 19.12.2013 17:58, jan i wrote:
 
 On 19 December 2013 17:29, Herbert Duerrhdu_...@alice.de  wrote:
 
  The new Mac port looks quite good. I uploaded a current version to my
 page
 [1]. Jürgen already mentioned it will only work for OSX 10.7 and up.
 It is
 based on todays trunk, which already contains a lot of fixes and
 enhancements compared to our latest release. For details you can
 have a
 look at our progress tracking page [2].
 
 [1] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/
 [2] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/izlist9.htm
 
 In the early days of next year I plan to update our trunk so the new
 port
 becomes active. To build it yourself you'll need XCode4 then. XCode4
 comes
 with the 10.7 SDK.
 
  +1 the wiki build instructions should also be updated.
 
 
 +1
 
  Do we also need to update information on the download page (e.g.
 that we
 only support OSX 10.7 and up) ?
 
 
 As Jürgen already mentioned the installation files are already
 protected. We should also update the release notes, etc.
 
 If it is possible to know the OS version from e.g. the browser's User
 Agent then we should update the download page too. Maybe we already
 have
 such a mechanism. Does anyone happen to have OSX 10.3 or earlier? What
 happens when you go to the OpenOffice download page?
 
 
 Good point.
 
 Can someone help me and test the download webpage with different OSX
 versions? I need the user agent text fromthe used browsers (Firefox and
 Safari).
 
 Or better, please use this webpage and send me the raw data from the
 table:
 
 http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/analyze.html
 
 If there is a way to recognize the differences, then I can build
 something around the scripting.
 
 Otherwise I would suggest a general hint text when OSX in general was
 detected.
 
 Marcus

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more AOO downloads on heise.de

2014-02-10 Thread Jörg Schmidt

In the list of most downloaded programs in the Heise software directory, in 
2013 AOO improved from 10th to 9th place and LO decreased from 16th place to 
28th place. 

see: 
http://www.heise.de/download/special-top-downloads-2013-151131.html 



Jörg


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Re: Marketing - Apache logo

2014-02-10 Thread Kay Schenk
On Mon, Feb 10, 2014 at 2:42 AM, RA Stehmann 
anw...@rechtsanwalt-stehmann.de wrote:

 Hello,

 I've got a little parcel from America. A lot of stickers with the Apache
 logo.

 In Brussels they run very well. I hope in Chemnitz etc. also.

 Regards
 Michael


Thanks Michael -- good to know.

Maybe you can give us a short account on how the Apache OpenOffice table
went at FOSDEM when you get a moment.




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Cats do not have to be shown how to have a good time,
 for they are unfailing ingenious in that respect.
   -- James Mason


Re: switch trunk from Mac 32bit to 64bit

2014-02-10 Thread Marcus (OOo)

Am 02/10/2014 10:22 PM, schrieb Oliver-Rainer Wittmann:

Hi,

Am 10.02.2014 um 21:46 schrieb Marcus (OOo)marcus.m...@wtnet.de:


Am 02/10/2014 08:53 PM, schrieb Oliver-Rainer Wittmann:

Hi,

On Sat, Feb 8, 2014 at 8:33 PM, Marcus (OOo)marcus.m...@wtnet.de   wrote:


Am 01/30/2014 10:52 PM, schrieb Marcus (OOo):


Am 01/30/2014 08:38 AM, schrieb Oliver-Rainer Wittmann:


Hi Markus,

below you find the output of my iMac running Mac OS X 10.7



thanks for the 10.7 data. At least here I can do some scripting changes.

  From my point of view it should be assured that Mac users running Mac

OS X 10.6 or earlier are _not_ directed to a download of AOO 4.1.
Instead they should be directed to AOO 4.0.1 together with a note saying
that AOO 4.1 needs Mac OS X version 10.7 or later.



This depends on when 4.0.1 will be available in the archive. So, let's
see what will be possible.

Nevetheless, as I don't know if older and newer browsers than 10.7
identifying itself in the same way, I need more data.

@Oliver: Can you help me here, too?



@Oliver and all Mac users:

I've finished a first test. Please have a look:

http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/index.html



After downgrading my iMac to 10.6 [1] I got

Apache OpenOffice 4.1.0 for *MacOS X (10.6 or older)* is not available.
Please choose another platform build from the alternative download
webpage.http://archive.apache.org/dist/openoffice/


It seems the order to present the correct text and link inside the green box 
was not correct. Is it now better?


Previously, I did not follow the link and thus, I did not notice that itnwas 
the intended one.
Text looks better, but the link target would confuse unexperienced user from my 
point of view - there too much clicks needed to get to the corresponding 
directory containing the packages and then there are too much files with 
similar names.
Better would be a direct link to the the installation package of the 4.0.1 
which would be also available at sourceforge.net as I assume.


When we can be sure that the previous versions will remain longer on 
Sourceforge then OK.


I've implemented a special behaviour for old Mac builds to provide 
assembled download URLs, so I hope I've covered that part. Please test - 
and also the linked checksum files.


Thanks for your help.

Marcus




It would be great, if it could be added that 4.0.1 is available for Mac OS
X 10.6 or older incl. corresponding link.


Yes, that was intended.


[1] changing key ProductVersion in
/System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist


Interesting feature. :-)


If you see problems, please tell me the data from the analyze webpage:

http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/analyze.html


Marcus




BTW:
I've tested with 10.6 data (as far as I can do this without a Mac ;-) ).
Older versions to recognize are derived from 10.6 but may not work. So,
please test also with other old versions.

Thanks in advance

Marcus



  On 28.01.2014 23:24, Marcus (OOo) wrote:



Am 12/20/2013 02:47 PM, schrieb Herbert Duerr:


On 19.12.2013 17:58, jan i wrote:


On 19 December 2013 17:29, Herbert Duerrhdu_...@alice.de   wrote:

  The new Mac port looks quite good. I uploaded a current version to my

page
[1]. Jürgen already mentioned it will only work for OSX 10.7 and up.
It is
based on todays trunk, which already contains a lot of fixes and
enhancements compared to our latest release. For details you can
have a
look at our progress tracking page [2].

[1] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/
[2] http://people.apache.org/~hdu/izlist9.htm

In the early days of next year I plan to update our trunk so the new
port
becomes active. To build it yourself you'll need XCode4 then. XCode4
comes
with the 10.7 SDK.

  +1 the wiki build instructions should also be updated.




+1

  Do we also need to update information on the download page (e.g.

that we
only support OSX 10.7 and up) ?



As Jürgen already mentioned the installation files are already
protected. We should also update the release notes, etc.

If it is possible to know the OS version from e.g. the browser's User
Agent then we should update the download page too. Maybe we already
have
such a mechanism. Does anyone happen to have OSX 10.3 or earlier? What
happens when you go to the OpenOffice download page?



Good point.

Can someone help me and test the download webpage with different OSX
versions? I need the user agent text fromthe used browsers (Firefox and
Safari).

Or better, please use this webpage and send me the raw data from the
table:

http://www.openoffice.org/download/test/analyze.html

If there is a way to recognize the differences, then I can build
something around the scripting.

Otherwise I would suggest a general hint text when OSX in general was
detected.

Marcus


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Presentation and wiki account

2014-02-10 Thread JOSE REYES
Hello! Mi name is José Reyes Chan Guzmán. I want to contribute to the 
OpenOffice community through my knowledge and skills, helping to translate some 
documentation to spanish. Want to enter the wiki for to help with some guides. 
My Nick is jose_reyes1994

Fwd: Re: Fwd: Re: Newbie to openoffice

2014-02-10 Thread Kamini Bonde
Hi Andrea,
I would like to participate on  Writer module.  Kindly assign me the test
cases so that I can start with.

-kamini.
-- Forwarded message --
From: Kamini Bonde kamini.bend...@gmail.com
Date: 11 Feb 2014 11:42
Subject: Re: Fwd: Re: Newbie to openoffice
To: Andrea Pescetti pesce...@apache.org
Cc:

Hi,
 Thanks for the information. Also regret for the late response from my side.
 I have installed open office as suggested.
 Kindly suggest the next task.

 -kamini.
 On 8 Feb 2014 02:43, Andrea Pescetti pesce...@apache.org wrote:

 I'm not sure Kamini saw the answer. Forwarding (below). Andrea.


   ---
 Re: Newbie to openoffice
 Tue, 4 Feb 2014 11:09:58 +0800
 From: Shenfeng Liu liush...@gmail.com
 To: dev@openoffice.apache.org

 Kamini,
   Sorry for the late response. It is Chinese New Year Holidays this week,
 so I believe Liu Ping is enjoying her vacation now.
   Please go to: http://ci.apache.org/projects/openoffice/#winsnap and
 install Apache_OpenOffice_4.1.0_Win_x86_install_lang.exe_rev_num.exe
 (
 e.g. Apache_OpenOffice_4.1.0_Win_x86_install_en-US.exe_1560773.exe ).

 - Shenfeng (Simon)



 2014-02-02 Kamini Bonde kamini.bend...@gmail.com:

  Hi ,
 I have created   account on test link and my id is -ambitious.k
 Also have created account on apache bugzilla .
 I have a couple of queries here.
 1] Do I need to introduce to qa team.
 2] What should i install on my windows7 to study the application
 openoffice. Link??

 Thanks
 Kamini.


 On Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 4:52 PM, Liu Ping doneyours...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  Hi, KAMINI
 
  Welcome to join in QA team
 
  If you have interest on AOO 4.1  FVT, please send your platform and
  Testlink ID (if you haven't a Testlink account, you can register
  one[1]), and I will assign test cases to you.
  You should also get installation sets from dev snapshot [2] and report
  issues in Bugzilla [3]
 
  [1]http://aootesting.adfinis-sygroup.org/index.php
  [2]http://ci.apache.org/projects/openoffice/#linsnap
  [3] https://issues.apache.org/ooo/
 
  Thank you!
 
 
  On Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 5:21 PM, Kamini Bonde 
 kamini.bend...@gmail.com
 wrote:
 
  Hi,
  I am kamini from India.I am an engineering graduate and have been
 working
  in the field of software Testing since 5 years. I found openoffice to
 be
  quite exciting as its an open source application development. Looking
  forward to join the QA team so I learn more on testing and an
 opportunity
  to work with people around the globe.
 
  Regards,
  Kamini.
 
 
 


 --
 With Regards,
 Kamini Bonde







Re: Any news on a new build of 64-bit MacOSX AOO 4.1 (either dayly/developer or snapshot build) ?

2014-02-10 Thread Herbert Duerr

Hi Rony,

On 10.02.2014 21:14, Rony G. Flatscher (Apache) wrote:

A few remarks using yesterday's build:

- If letting AOO 4.1 hang around with swriter (doing nothing), after approx. 
two minutes AOO
crashes: do you need the DiagnosticReport file in case you cannot duplicate 
this?


Yes please.
There are hints from other users that the crash after a while may have 
to do with the update service having problems. Does the problem persist 
when you disable the automatic update check? 
(OpenOffice-Preferences-OpenOffice-OnlineUpdate-CheckAutomatically)


Herbert

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