Re: Ubuntu 21.04 / dark mode

2021-05-30 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Andrea Pescetti wrote: Pedro Lino wrote: On 05/29/2021 9:32 PM Andrea Pescetti wrote: https://remixicon.com/ This one is really interesting! Can you share the links to other projects that you have found? FontAwesome https://fontawesome.com/license/free is really popular and CC

Re: Ubuntu 21.04 / dark mode

2021-05-30 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Pedro Lino wrote: On 05/29/2021 9:32 PM Andrea Pescetti wrote: https://remixicon.com/ This one is really interesting! Can you share the links to other projects that you have found? FontAwesome https://fontawesome.com/license/free is really popular and CC-BY (but recent versions include

Re: Ubuntu 21.04 / dark mode

2021-05-29 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Pedro Lino wrote: On 05/28/2021 10:27 PM Andrea Pescetti wrote: In short, a possible explanation should be: we were carrying GPL icons and deleted them due to license incompatibility, but in the meantime, and independently, those icons had been relicensed to avoid excessive restrictions; so

Re: Ubuntu 21.04 / dark mode

2021-05-28 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 28/05/2021 Dave Fisher wrote: https://bz.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=119096 If the concern is a GPL build tool that we do not distribute (that is allowed) and what we distribute is PD w/ a Notice request then I don’t see any issue. The concern, by reading comment 3 in the issue,

Re: [Bugzilla] Increase Linux baseline to CentOS 6

2021-05-01 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Peter Kovacs wrote: https://bz.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=127513 Should this Issue not be adjusted? Yes, a few years passed in the meantime and indeed now CentOS 7 would be a better choice than CentOS 6, with maintenance guaranteed until June 2024. https://wiki.centos.org/About/Product

Apache OpenOffice FOSDEM devroom tomorrow (online)

2021-02-05 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Tomorrow (Saturday) we are at FOSDEM all day, European time. Full schedule and links (top right): https://fosdem.org/2021/schedule/track/apache_openoffice/ Talks are pre-recorded but we have live Questions and Answers in Matrix; also, Dave had issues with recording his videos, so the web

Re: Keep issues@ in bug reports [Was: Request for Bugzilla karma]

2021-01-30 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Marcus wrote: Am 26.01.21 um 22:57 schrieb Andrea Pescetti: Maybe you can find something in the Bugzilla configuration that defines the default QA contact? ... Sorry, not in BZ itself. I've looked into the admin settings but cannot find a suitable option. I believe our old (and I don't know

[DISCUSS] Re: [VOTE] Release macOS community builds AOO 4.1.9-RC1 as GA

2021-01-28 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Jim Jagielski wrote: I am calling a VOTE on releasing the complimentary community builds of macOS Apache OpenOffice 4.1.9-RC1 as GA. I won't be able to test on a Mac but, in case I ask others to check, they should make sure the following bug is fixed, right?

Re: Keep issues@ in bug reports [Was: Request for Bugzilla karma]

2021-01-26 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Marcus wrote: IMHO we just ned to make sure that isues@ is either the assignee - this works as long as nobody is taking over the issue for working on it - or it's in the CC list. Then every update on the issue will be posted to issues@. Even though I can't really find it in older issues like

Re: Request for Bugzilla karma

2021-01-24 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 19/01/2021 Peter Kovacs wrote: On 18.01.21 21:24, Arrigo Marchiori wrote: I am subscribed with my own e-mail address and I would like to assign bug 128424 to myself. Is it possible to keep iss...@openoffice.apache.org in the loop? ... If you just assig the issue to you I think we will not

Re: Check for English spelling extension updates broken?

2021-01-21 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 21/01/2021 Pedro Lino wrote: Please let me know if it works; if it does, I will then revert it and republish only after 4.1.9 is out ... It is fixed indeed (although I get 2 notifications for that extension, but one problem at a time!). Thanks! OK, thank you for checking. I've now

Re: [VOTE] Release AOO 4.1.9-RC1 as GA

2021-01-21 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 18/01/21 Jim Jagielski wrote: I am calling a VOTE on releasing the source and complimentary community builds of Apache OpenOffice 4.1.9-RC1 as GA. The Release Candidate is good for production/GA: [X] yes / +1 [ ] no / -1 My vote is based on [X] binding (member of PMC) [X] I have

Re: Check for English spelling extension updates broken?

2021-01-21 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 20/01/2021 Andrea Pescetti wrote: I think we can fix it. Let me give it a try tomorrow. I believe it's fixed now (limited to the specific case of the English dictionary; I had to find some workarounds so I enabled only that extension for testing). Please let me know if it works

Re: OS2 code

2021-01-20 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 18/01/2021 Steve Lubbs wrote: So it seems that OS2 is not supported by the AOO project. Correct. I assume that the AOO project is not updating the OS2 code. Wrong (well, kind of...). Yuri Dario is an Apache committer too; and we did incorporate the last changes he did into our source

Re: Check for English spelling extension updates broken?

2021-01-20 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 20/01/2021 Matthias Seidel wrote: Am 20.01.21 um 00:47 schrieb Pedro Lino: On 01/19/2021 5:38 PM Matthias Seidel wrote: In this case it looks for the feed on the SourceForge server. My guess is, that these feeds are not generated anymore. I don't know if this was an automatic

Re: AOO 4.1.9 Info

2021-01-17 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 13/01/2021 Carl Marcum wrote: On 1/10/21 4:09 PM, Andrea Pescetti wrote: and, still on the wiki, there is also a more complete dump of the former Testlink cases that I cannot find right now. Maybe these? https://www.openoffice.org/qa/testcase/ Indeed, thanks! To be precise, the first link

Re: [PROPOSAL] add an unsubscribe/help footer to recruitment ML

2021-01-17 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 10/01/2021 Peter Kovacs wrote: On 10.01.21 23:42, Andrea Pescetti wrote: But we should also be more proactive and remove people when they ask for it on the list: Whimsy https://whimsy.apache.org/ ... The moderators are Patricia, Andrea and Marcus. I confirm that indeed I use Whimsy

Re: [PROPOSAL] add an unsubscribe/help footer to recruitment ML

2021-01-10 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 09/01/2021 Carl Marcum wrote: It seems we get a lot of unsubscribe requests to the recruitment@ ML. I propose we add a unsubscribe footer to that list like we have with dev@ and some others. +1 and Infra can indeed add it. But we should also be more proactive and remove people when they

Re: [proposal} Trying to re-generate the Documentation effort

2021-01-10 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Keith N. McKenna wrote: https://www.apache.org/foundation/license-faq.html#GPL I was a bit confused myself when I first read it, but why post it on an ASF FAQ site if it doesn't grant reciprocity? Because, if I recall correctly, back at the time the two Foundations worked together in order

Re: AOO 4.1.9 Info

2021-01-10 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 05/01/2021 Arrigo Marchiori wrote: I tried to ask if there is a procedure to follow for testing [1]. Do we have any? I can follow it for the Italian builds. Things are very different depending on whether one is testing a dev build or a release candidate. A list of manual tests close to

Re: Policy to deal with old web content - Archiving pages?

2020-12-28 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 22/12/2020 Jörg Schmidt wrote: my personal opinion is very simple: for me it would be enough to archive a static copy of the current state of the web pages, a history is not needed (in my opinion). This is what we get by using SVN/GIT (for static content, like the main OpenOffice.org

Re: MWiki Developer Guide Blank Pages

2020-12-28 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 17/12/2020 Carl Marcum wrote: I think I've fixed the blank pages problem in the Developer Guide. ...and I think I've read all the MWiki-related mails sent to this list by now, so I'll answer! Thank you guys for fixing the long-standing bug. I documented, back at the time, the MWiki

Re: Call for Proposals: Apache OpenOffice Devroom at FOSDEM 2021 (online)

2020-12-28 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Last call: don't be shy! Let's take FOSDEM as an occasion for an overall "state of the project" where we inform each other on the current status and ways forward. All talks will be pre-recorded as Peter wrote, so no problem with timezones; but after each talk we will have a live "questions

Call for Proposals: Apache OpenOffice Devroom at FOSDEM 2021 (online)

2020-12-08 Thread Andrea Pescetti
## Call for Proposals We are happy to announce that we will be running an Apache OpenOffice Devroom again at FOSDEM 2021. The event will be held online on Saturday, February 6th, 2021. Participation is free. No registration required. We are now open to receiving proposals for content for a

FOSDEM 2021 Apache OpenOffice devroom (online)

2020-11-28 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Good news: FOSDEM organizers decided to allocate an entire day for Apache OpenOffice next year. https://fosdem.org/2021/schedule/tracks/ It is now tentatively scheduled for February 6th, online, free attendance; talks will have to be pre-recorded. I see this as an opportunity for a

Re: Delete the mailing list general-es

2020-11-21 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 20/11/2020 Marcus wrote: the last mail seems to be from June 2020 [1]. Do you really think that deleting the mailing list is a disservice? ;-) For me it's obvious that there is no longer a purpose. [1] https://lists.apache.org/list.html?general...@openoffice.apache.org:2020-6 This is not

Re: Delete the mailing list general-es

2020-11-18 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 17/11/2020 Marcos Delgado wrote: Hello, I am in charge of the list and I want to remove it. 99% of emails are spam. And I see no case to continue maintaining it. Who are the other moderators of that list? Would you be fine with converting it to a "subscription required" list, i.e., any

Re: [LAZY CONSENSUS] Move to new Website Git Repositories

2020-11-18 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Dave Fisher wrote: www.openoffice.org is switched over! Thank you! I've taken a look at the Italian site and: - Redirect from http://it.openoffice.org is still handled correctly - Some CSS is broken in the Italian site menu (most notably for already clicked links); here it would be useful

Re: How to create a child page in Apache OpenOffice Community space (cwiki)?

2020-11-17 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Dave Fisher wrote: If you start here: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/OOOUSERS/AOO+4.1.8 All you need to do is press Create child page Actually, what I usually do is to copy the page; the Copy function asks what page to use as parent and there one can specify the original page as

Re: [LAZY CONSENSUS] Move to new Website Git Repositories

2020-11-16 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 15/11/2020 Andrea Pescetti wrote: yes for openoffice-project, not yet for openoffice-org. I'm changing this to a "yes" for both sites after the recent changes. Both sites are now almost identical to their CMS counterpart. Well done! One thing I'd appreciate, but this goes

Re: downloads.html page is down?

2020-11-16 Thread Andrea Pescetti
John D'Orazio wrote: It's online again, I guess it was a temporary glitch. I had refreshed cache, in any case it's back now. Actually the entire site is down (intermittently) for me too. Note that I mean, exactly as in your mail, the project site https://openoffice.apache.org not the product

Re: [LAZY CONSENSUS] Move to new Website Git Repositories

2020-11-15 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Matthias Seidel wrote: Yes for openoffice-project. openoffice-org has some optical glitches that should be ironed out before. Same for me (both). So: yes for openoffice-project, not yet for openoffice-org. The staged layout for openoffice-org has clear issues. Also, openoffice-org is so

Re: Apache OpenOffice Project Information

2020-11-15 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Marcus ha scritto: Am 15.11.20 um 16:07 schrieb Matthias Seidel: Am 15.11.20 um 15:54 schrieb Andrea Pescetti: Matthias Seidel wrote: By the way: these were my first edits to the the project site after the migration and everything was smooth, thanks a lot Dave! It really looks good

Re: Apache OpenOffice Project Information

2020-11-15 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Matthias Seidel wrote: https://github.com/apache/openoffice-project/blob/main/content/doap_openoffice.rdf I'll regenerate it from the standard template, just in case something changed there too. Please update it in the new repository. Pushed. The template had indeed been updated (references

Re: Boring issue: Opening ODF document from LibreOffice 7 displays error

2020-11-15 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Matthias Seidel wrote: Implementing it in AOO takes time, so we should concentrate on making the "error" message more logical. Now: This document was created by a newer version of OpenOffice. It may contain features not supported by your current version. Suggested: This document uses an

Re: Apache OpenOffice Project Information

2020-11-14 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Dave Fisher wrote: The file in question is here: https://github.com/apache/openoffice-project/blob/main/content/doap_openoffice.rdf You can leave further updates to this file to me for this weekend. I'll regenerate it from the standard template, just in case something changed there too. I

Re: [OPINION VOTE] CentOS7 or Ubuntu 14.04

2020-11-10 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Damjan Jovanovic wrote: AppImage and Snap packages would be the best, as those are multi-distro, portable apps, do desktop integration, user friendly, standard uninstallation, etc. I'm singling this out as this is a different discussion, related to how we package rather than how we build. I

Re: [OPINION VOTE] CentOS7 or Ubuntu 14.04

2020-11-10 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Jim Jagielski wrote: Cast your vote: [X] CentOS7 [ ] Ubuntu 14.04 [ ] Something else: CentOS 7 builds will run under Ubuntu 13.x too. While CentOS 7 32-bit would be unsupported, the 64-bit version would receive maintenance until 2024; Ubuntu 14.04, instead, is already

Re: upgrade notifications once we release 4.2.0

2020-11-10 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Jim Jagielski wrote: I am 100% still supportive of my original decision to baseline CentOS7 for the 4.2.x community builds. I see no reason to change that. I fully agree. Building on CentOS 5 is extremely hard these times, and one would have to replace the system SSL libraries just to

Re: Pre-release commit messages

2020-11-06 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 05/11/2020 Matthias Seidel wrote: Am 05.11.20 um 22:55 schrieb Jim Jagielski: This is a restriction/limitation of 'svn'... you cannot move one dir to another between repos: https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/308115/copy-folder-of-svn-repository-to-a-folder-in-another-repository

Pre-release commit messages

2020-11-05 Thread Andrea Pescetti
A request to improve readability of pre-release commit messages: would it be possible to svn mv a directory (or a set of directories) instead of the single files? Looking at https://lists.apache.org/list.html?comm...@openoffice.apache.org there are 33 pages of mails for Linux/Mac that make it

Re: [VOTE] Release AOO 4.1.8-RC2 as GA

2020-11-05 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 02/11/20 Jim Jagielski wrote: Please cast your vote: The Release Candidate is good for production/GA: [X] yes / +1 [ ] no / -1 My vote is based on [ ] binding (member of PMC) [X] I have built and tested the RC from source on platform [Linux 64] [ ] I have tested the

Re: 4.1.8-RC3

2020-11-01 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Pedro Lino wrote: Then it makes sense to at least change the tutorial at oo.org or even switch to the apt command below? I always install with apt when I test on Ubuntu: $ sudo apt install ./*.deb ./desktop-integration/*.deb but I think apt is the recommended tool "only" since Ubuntu 16.04,

Re: 4.1.8-RC3

2020-10-31 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Pedro Lino wrote: On 10/30/2020 10:29 PM Andrea Pescetti wrote: $ sudo dpkg -i *.deb desktop-integration/*deb I don't see why that would have different results. Because the conflict you were seeing was due to a file being moved from a .deb to another one; with the 3 steps dpkg cannot

Re: 4.1.8-RC3

2020-10-30 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Pedro Lino wrote: Just recompiled AOO 4.1.8 on another Ubuntu 18.04.5 x64 without issues. Installing 4.1.8 over 4.1.7 end with error reported 2 years ago https://bz.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=127774 It might be hard to try again in the same conditions, but isn't this fixed by running the

Re: QA Automated Test coverage

2020-10-28 Thread Andrea Pescetti
to restart manual tests. Just for clarity, the subject refers to "automated" tests but I was replying to the items concerning manual tests. On the other hand, automated tests are definitely important; I'm just not familiar at all with automated tests in OpenOffice. Regards, Andre

Re: building from a source tarball

2020-10-28 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Don Lewis wrote: On 28 Oct, Jim Jagielski wrote: In particular, this is when building from the "official" SRC_RELEASE tarball we provide. Is the inc/reporevision.lst file not included? It is in one of the RCs that I looked at. I don't have full information, but as I was the one who reported

Re: Google Analytics and Download Count

2020-10-27 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Dave Fisher wrote: I will be doing the initial migration as quickly as I can. I think that metrics needs a specific discussion. Initially I’ll comment this out. Do I understand well that there is no technical reason whatsoever to get rid of Google Analytics, and that the discussion is purely

Re: QA Automated Test coverage

2020-10-27 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 24/10/2020 Carl Marcum wrote: Slightly off topic is the QA Intro page [1] discusses TestLink which I don't think we use anymore Well, it looks like Adfinis decided to kill it. That was set up in the recent era (Apache), so it should serve as a lesson: Adfinis contributed a server, got

Re: Google Analytics and Download Count

2020-10-21 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 20/10/2020 Matthias Seidel wrote: It seems that I am the only one interested in the data Google Analytics provides. I'm interested in keeping Google Analytics too. We have years of historic data there and they are useful right now, since we'll want to ensure that the top 30 pages are

Re: AOO418-RC2: General Error on opening files on Ubuntu

2020-10-21 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Don Lewis wrote: On 21 Oct, Jim Jagielski wrote: so are YOU able to build HEAD of AOO418 on CentOS5 ?? I haven't tried to build today's HEAD, but I've built and tested all of my AOO418 commits on CentOS 5 before I made the commits. It looks like we are getting closer I mean, we have a

Re: Building 4.1.8-RC2 - packaging issues

2020-10-18 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 13/10/20 Carl Marcum wrote: Error: ERROR: More than one new package in directory Using the --with-epm-url=http://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/epm-3.7.tar.gz rather than the installed newer version worked for me. Thank you Jim and Carl, I've added a note to the wiki

Re: Just another Anniversaries Event

2020-10-17 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 17/10/2020 19:13, Matthias Seidel wrote: We are still open! ;-) Wow! I managed to be there for a short time this morning and it was nice to meet virtually. As I said, it's good to be equipped for these solutions as conferences (including our traditional yearly gathering at FOSDEM in

Re: Happy birthday OpenOffice

2020-10-15 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 12/10/2020 Jörg Schmidt wrote: Happy birthday OpenOffice, October 13th is the 20th anniversary of the founding of OpenOffice I haven't seen on this list the link to the official 20th anniversary announcement, so here it is: https://s.apache.org/86lex Happy birthday, now just in the

Re: AOO418-RC2: General Error on opening files on Ubuntu

2020-10-14 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Matthias Seidel wrote: Am 14.10.20 um 21:19 schrieb Jim Jagielski: I'm just looking to see where the fix/patch is :-) The problem is... There was none. It just vanished at one point. ;-) If the bug is in code, I don't understand why my builds at

Re: AOO418-RC2: General Error on opening files on Ubuntu

2020-10-13 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 13/10/2020 Peter Kovacs wrote: The switch SYSTEM_STDLIBS will decide if the systemlib used is packaged into the delivery or not. For me this option is most likely to cause Issues. I've rebuilt with options closer to the one Jim posted and I still don't see the problem with my builds.

Re: AOO418-RC2: General Error on opening files on Ubuntu

2020-10-12 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Jim Jagielski wrote: Can you provide a copy of the config.log file? Sure, uploaded at http://people.apache.org/~pescetti/openoffice-4.1.8-rc2/ Just a remark about those builds: those are not release builds, I just build with flags that are good for me in general. All details in the log

Re: AOO418-RC2: General Error on opening files on Ubuntu

2020-10-11 Thread Andrea Pescetti
I get the same on a (64-bit of course) Ubuntu 20.04 system that, for the record, had OpenOffice 4.1.7 installed. If I install Jim's RC2 binary from https://dist.apache.org/repos/dist/dev/openoffice/4.1.8-RC2/binaries/it/Apache_OpenOffice_4.1.8_Linux_x86-64_install-deb_it.tar.gz and then

Building 4.1.8-RC2 - packaging issues

2020-10-11 Thread Andrea Pescetti
I've built the 4.1.8-RC2 sources from https://dist.apache.org/repos/dist/dev/openoffice/4.1.8-RC2/source/ on a new CentOS 7 VM and generated "installed" (not packaged), RPM and DEB builds that I tested on a variety of Fedora and Ubuntu systems. All good, for the most part. I'm still catching

Re: Apache OpenOffice Project Information

2020-04-13 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 12/04/2020 Matthias Seidel wrote: https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/openoffice/site/trunk/content/doap_openoffice.rdf I would like to have it updated, esp. for the repository change from Subversion to Git. There is a tool for creating such a file: https://projects.apache.org/create.html The

Re: Nameing in Calc

2020-04-13 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 12/04/2020 Peter Kovacs wrote: I feel attacked by your negativeness and I feel I have to defend myself for my action. The main topic in this discussion is about "renaming something that is not quite right but that has been the same for many years". This is always a complex discussion,

Re: Robots.txt impacting https://templates.openoffice.org/ on Bing

2020-04-07 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Peter Kovacs wrote: I found this on users mailing list. What do we do? Nothing. Obviously this is a clueless guy who is desperately trying to get our sites configured so that the Bing bots can index them faster... But our sites are very static and this would slow them down for real users,

Re: Patricia elected for ASF Board

2020-04-06 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Congratulations Patricia! And a big thank you to Dave, who served in the outgoing Board. Regards, Andrea. Keith N. McKenna wrote: On 4/5/2020 1:15 PM, Patricia Shanahan wrote: Thanks. I had hoped to get more active in AOO, but will be giving priority to board activities for my Apache time.

Re: Alias for extensions and templates website

2020-04-05 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 04/04/2020 Matthias Seidel wrote: http://www.openoffice.org/projects/extension/ That sounds good! Can you set up a simple page? Done yesterday, then I didn't publish as publish.pl is no longer working for me, but someone did the right thing. I've now committed a slightly improved

Re: Alias for extensions and templates website

2020-04-04 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Dave Fisher wrote: I plan to investigate what happens if we map those sub domains. I don't think we have an issue here. I mean, if someone writes "extension" instead of the proper "extensions" this is just a typo, right? By that metric, then we should also redirect "ww" to "www", typos like

Re: Upload speed to home.apache.org

2020-03-09 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 08/03/2020 Matthias Seidel wrote: A while ago Infra did some maintenance on home.apache.org Now my upload speed is incredibly slow, it would take me more than 22 hours to upload my Windows test builds... Can anyone confirm that or is it a problem on my side? It is quite fast for me. $ dd

Re: Status of infrabissues

2020-02-28 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Matthias Seidel wrote: Am 25.02.20 um 18:50 schrieb Peter Kovacs: https://bz.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=127789 Yes, this is annoying for our user and we should really find a solution now. Also, a lot of time could be saved on the forum and Bugzilla. We discussed at FOSDEM about it...

Re: Restructuring AOO Build Guide

2020-02-25 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Carl Marcum wrote: Here are my notes on building AOO 4.2 on Ubuntu 18 LTS 64-bit VM Thanks for the efforts (both for CentOS 7 and Ubuntu LTS). Some of the notes below apply to both. Started with a minimal desktop install. Especially as we are in a VM, it would make sense to double-check

Re: Windows Installer translation

2020-02-24 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Matthias Seidel wrote: That said, I am the only one from our project with access to the Code Signing Service (Jims account is still pending). But I see that you have an inactive account. Would you still be interested? Honestly I'm not interested, as Windows is not definitely the platform I am

Re: Windows Installer translation

2020-02-23 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Peter Kovacs wrote: To my knowledge in the past we did create an exe because you could not doubleclick msi files. But Microsoft had fixed this for quite some time and there is no real reason to keep the exe packaging. So any objections? No objections at all on my side, provided we continue

Re: Configuration

2020-02-23 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Maram Abbas wrote: checking for dmake... configure: no system or user-provided dmake found dmake will be downloaded and compiled in bootstrap checking for GNU or compatible BSD tar... configure: error: not found. install GNU tar. You need to have tar available. The error is not related to

Re: Building gides

2020-02-18 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Andrea Pescetti wrote: E-mail is a horrible medium for this, but it looks like you are missing a space near the end of the first line. You can see it from the error message, where it doesn't look for a script named "configure" but "configure--with[...]". Just to close th

Re: Build instructions

2020-02-18 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Keith N. McKenna wrote: On 2/18/2020 6:32 AM, Matthias Seidel wrote: Does the ASF have an archive for old SDKs? Or can we use OOOExtra on SourceForge? ... Given that and other concerns might it be worth to seek guidance from legal@? I guess the answer is simply no. We cannot put it in a

Re: Building gides

2020-02-18 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Maram Abbas wrote: moram@moram-PC ~/cygdrve/c/source/aoo/main $ ./configure\ --with-dmake-url=" https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/dmake-4.12.tar.bz2; -bash: ./configure--with-dmake-url= https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/dmake-4.12.tar.bz2: No such

Re: Updated 4.2.0 build?

2020-02-16 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Pedro Lino wrote: I would love to be able to create an OpenOffice snap or even a flatpak for Linux. Just for the record, off the top of my head... For testing we should just build the so-called "installed" package (you just unzip the tree and you are done). I think I saw, ages ago, a

Re: need some feedback on source code page changes on project site...

2020-02-07 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 06/02/2020 Kay Schenk wrote: http://home.apache.org/~kschenk/AOO_project_site/source.html Please go ahead and commit it. This is already better than the current one. Then we may want to go through it (and especially remove any references such as "as of August 2019": all we need to say is

Re: Facebook comment: It is time for an advanced product. please meet with me.

2020-02-07 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 07/02/2020 Peter Kovacs wrote: I have no clue how I should react on this proposal. For me Facebook is not a business channel. No way this is worth so many messages to the dev list and a collective waste of time on interpreting incomplete information. The standard way to contact the

Re: MWiki empty pages

2020-02-04 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Peter Kovacs wrote: What rights does the volunteer need in order to fix it? I posted more useful information than the forum thread and its links, on this same list: https://s.apache.org/zbrde Can this be fixed with a Mwiki user or do we need Physical access to the machine? SSH needed,

Re: [AOO-Templates]

2020-02-03 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Peter Kovacs wrote: Now I hope that the people who can fix it become aware and we might change the mailing list so users write to the right address from the start. The users list is the standard support list for users, so it's normal to direct people here (I've moved dev to BCC). On

Re: FOSDEM

2020-01-31 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 30/01/2020 Matthias Seidel wrote: Tomorrow afternoon I will be in Brussels. Hope to see a lot of you at FOSDEM, but maybe also for a beer and talk in the evening? I can be reached via Slack... I had replied to this but I'm not sure it was delivered to the list. I am already in Brussels,

Re: Update server work

2020-01-29 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Andrea Pescetti wrote: https://bz.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=127789 is already good enough. Just a note in case it's not clear: we can only fix errors related to the OpenOffice updates. We cannot fix extensions updates, as those are hosted externally. Still, once we can test

Re: Update server work

2020-01-29 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Peter Kovacs wrote: who will look into our update server issue and fix it? The coverage in https://bz.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=127789 is already good enough. But it requires working with Infra for a downgrade (better explained as: support old SSL protocols) of the server. I think we

Re: External dependencies

2020-01-29 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Matthias Seidel wrote: https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/ I can see e.g. 875a2c2ff3e8eb9e5a5cd62db2033ab5-expat-2.2.9.tar.bz2 so it might be a problem with your browser cache? Possibly. Or in any case, it is working for me too now. Regards, Andrea.

Re: External dependencies

2020-01-28 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Matthias Seidel wrote: Am 28.01.20 um 23:44 schrieb Andrea Pescetti: I've added all new files that had been changed in the OpenOffice 4.1.x releases starting with the AOO410 branch creation. Full list: 1d8728eb0dfcac72a0fd99c17ec7f386-Python-2.7.6.tgz Note that for some reason https

Re: External dependencies

2020-01-28 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Matthias Seidel wrote: Am 28.01.20 um 18:21 schrieb Andrea Pescetti: Done. Updated list of admins and non-admins at https://sourceforge.net/mirror/oooextras/_members/ ...and now we should go back to adding some of the files Matthias mentioned! I'll keep you posted about new files I add. I've

Re: repository archeolo-git needed

2020-01-28 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Pedro Giffuni wrote: Somewhat later Herbert Duerr actually made an exercise of a faithful translation : https://archive.fosdem.org/2014/schedule/event/exploring_openoffice_history_using_git_grafts/ last time I talked to him, he mentioned the resulting file was at minotaur I have a genuine,

Re: External dependencies

2020-01-28 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Kay Schenk wrote: It would be nice to re-enable "admin" for me ... just in case the need arises. Done. Updated list of admins and non-admins at https://sourceforge.net/mirror/oooextras/_members/ ...and now we should go back to adding some of the files Matthias mentioned! I'll keep you posted

Re: External dependencies

2020-01-27 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Kay Schenk wrote: https://sourceforge.net/mirror/oooextras/_members/ Just a quick FYI. My id, "kschenk", is listed as "developer" but I no longer seem to have access to site capablities which let me delete or add files near as I can determine although at one time I COULD do this. Could be my

Re: External dependencies

2020-01-26 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 25/01/2020 Matthias Seidel wrote: In main/external_deps.lst we define https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/ as fallback for a lot of files. However, most of them were never uploaded (after updating the dependencies in source). Can someone with the appropriate rights please

Re: English Dictionaries held again by the administration

2019-12-26 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Marco A.G. Pinto wrote: Two months have gone by since the last update, and again, it is not possible to download the 2010-01-01 version which I uploaded because it requires permission from an administrator. (Moving the l10n and QA list to BCC; follow-up on the dev list in case) Fixed now at

Re: My talk has been accepted on Fosdem

2019-12-06 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Peter Kovacs wrote: I will have a talk on Fosdem. I will talk about building openoffice. Just a note that, based on the number of submissions, we could have accommodated a few more (though possibly a bit shorter) talks. I really can't understand why people do not submit more proposals... The

Re: FOSDEM 2020

2019-11-25 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 24/11/2019 Matthias Seidel wrote: The timeslot is not clear now because Peter wants to join and he also wants to hold a talk at "Open Document Editors" DevRoom. I plan to be at FOSDEM too, as usual (well, except 2019 when weather conditions made me impossible for me to get to Brussels).

FOSDEM 2020 Devroom - last week for submissions

2019-11-25 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Dave mentioned it as additional information during the booth discussion, but remember that the deadline for submitting talks for the Open Document Editors (including OpenOffice) Devroom is this Saturday, Nov 30. The Devroom will run on Saturday 1 February 2020, first day of FOSDEM (in

Re: Fwd: English dictionary

2019-11-25 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 25/11/2019 Pedro Lino wrote: Can anyone fix this please? Fixed at https://extensions.openoffice.org/en/project/english-dictionaries-apache-openoffice It is a known issue that Marco's releases trigger the built-in anti-spam filter, possibly because the extension description contains a

Re: PMC Chair

2019-11-24 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 21/11/2019 Patricia Shanahan wrote: One of the resolutions passed at the last board meeting was: "Change the Apache OpenOffice Project Chair (Jim Jagielski, VP)" Congratulations, Jim! Thank you Peter, and I perfectly understand your reasons for stepping down after spending a second year

Re: [Issue 123192] Word Count Dialog: last digit truncated at the right

2019-11-17 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 20/10/2019 Matthias Seidel wrote: Am 20.10.19 um 20:52 schrieb Ariel Constenla-Haile: On Sat, Oct 19, 2019 at 7:26 AM wrote: ... --- Comment #19 from Matthias Seidel --- Committed to AOO418 with: 580337070b8e737894370d6796856e30ebef7361 It looks like there should be a git version of the

Re: FOSDEM Dev room

2019-09-20 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Peter Kovacs wrote: Deadline is today. I am sorry I failed to come up with a proper application fo this event. Maybe Andrea, can you enter one on the short notice? This was under control and I've already taken care of this (sorry for not notifying the list), but still thanks a lot for

Re: Release Candidate for AOO 4.1.7?

2019-09-04 Thread Andrea Pescetti
On 03/09/2019 Matthias Seidel wrote: I think it is time to do our (first) Release Candidate for AOO 4.1.7. Yes, definitely. Thanks for starting the conversation and indeed it's time to get (a release candidate for) 4.1.7 ready as soon as possible. Regards, Andrea.

Re: Wiki outage

2019-08-31 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Andrea Pescetti wrote: Bidouille wrote: Unable to access at http://wiki.openoffice.org/ Confirmed. The VM is unreachable too, so I cannot just quickly restart it. I'll be in touch with Infra tonight (European time) to restore service. I was about to contact Infra now, but I see that the site

Re: Wiki outage

2019-08-31 Thread Andrea Pescetti
Bidouille wrote: Unable to access at http://wiki.openoffice.org/ Confirmed. The VM is unreachable too, so I cannot just quickly restart it. I'll be in touch with Infra tonight (European time) to restore service. Regards, Andrea.

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