[WEBSITE] QA manual test cases...new revision

2018-04-04 Thread Kay Schenk
Sorry for the noise about this. I will replacing all the test cases I uploaded a week ago with renamed ones that include the original AOOTest-xxx name from TestLink. So, if you're working on any of these, my apologies. The test case area: http://www.openoffice.org/qa/testcase/ManualTesting/ is

Re: Licensing for College

2018-04-04 Thread Peter Kovacs
Hello Miss Victoria Stevenson, Please take my appologies, I saw the adress tori.steven...@lonestar.edu and assumed a male person. I am deeply sorry for the gender confusion. All the best Peter Kovacs On 04.04.2018 22:47, Peter Kovacs wrote: Hello

Re: Licensing for College

2018-04-04 Thread Peter Kovacs
Hello Mr Stevenson, I would like to add a small, but important detail. The use of the software "As is", is free as stated already. The development /maintenance of the product is not free. It costs involvement of volunteers. If the team of Volunteers manage to bring out a new version, it is

Re: Licensing for College

2018-04-04 Thread Marcus
Am 04.04.2018 um 21:23 schrieb Chuck Davis: Victoria, all Apache products are open source and freely available to use on as many computers as you wish for the cost of a free download. OpenOffice is available at www.openoffice.apache.org. DO NOT pay anybody to use OpenOffice unless you wish to

Re: Licensing for College

2018-04-04 Thread Marcus
Hi Tori, yes, OpenOffice is open source software. And therefore free of any license fees. You can use it for private purposes, or educational, for commercial businesses or a charity background. Fore more details please see the license of the Apache Software Foundation we are using:

Re: Licensing for College

2018-04-04 Thread Chuck Davis
Victoria, all Apache products are open source and freely available to use on as many computers as you wish for the cost of a free download. OpenOffice is available at www.openoffice.apache.org. DO NOT pay anybody to use OpenOffice unless you wish to support open source projects by a donation to

Licensing for College

2018-04-04 Thread Stevenson, Victoria
Hello, We have 3 laptops that have been donated to our College. We are writing to make sure Open Office can be used for education or business use without violating any licensing. Please let us know. Thank you, Tori Stevenson, ITIL Client Technologies Tech I Office of Technology Services

Re: [WEBSITE] QA area changes, and differences between staging and production

2018-04-04 Thread Kay Schenk
On Tue, Apr 3, 2018 at 1:59 PM, Keith N. McKenna wrote: > On 4/2/2018 7:29 PM, Kay Schenk wrote: > > > ‚ÄčOK, I think the filenames are fixed now. Bad commit the first time I > guess. > > Great if you could help with the restructuring. Please keep in mind that > > this

Re: gbuild migration (Was: Re: Building module store error on macOS)

2018-04-04 Thread Damjan Jovanovic
Thank you, I appreciate it. The list of gbuild modules is in main/Module_ooo.mk. The rest are using dmake. The next one I expect to port is main/jurt, and that will be a substantial patch. Will our release process keep testing trunk until it's ready, then make a branch of it to use for the

gbuild migration (Was: Re: Building module store error on macOS)

2018-04-04 Thread Jim Jagielski
> On Apr 4, 2018, at 9:01 AM, Jim Jagielski wrote: > > > I will start another thread on the gbuild topic... > First and foremost, I am incredibly impressed with the work being done on the gbuild migration. I really am. However, and there's always a "however", there must

Re: Building module store error on macOS

2018-04-04 Thread Jim Jagielski
Sometimes just a "heads-up" before the (sizable) commits might be nice, esp on commits that will likely break builds. At some point, however, we need to draw a line in the sand and say "we will hold things steady for awhile" or else we'll never get to a point where we can reasonably build and

Re: Building module store error on macOS

2018-04-04 Thread Jim Jagielski
I actually have a mac mini that I had been using until I decided to move to macOS VMs (so I could take advantage of faster machines). As with most things, the issue isn't getting the h/w but rather the administration of the machine. > On Mar 28, 2018, at 1:26 AM, Damjan Jovanovic