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Szalai Kálmán
As you probably know there is an enhanced version of OpenOffice.org
called OpenOffice.org Premium.
You can download from here:
ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/OOB680_m5_Premium/
http://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/OOB680_m5_Premium/
(for Linux and Windows in English and Hungarian)

It contains many different templates. With version 2.0.3 I started
organizing these templates in the default openoffice.org categories:
officorr -> "Business Correspondence"
offimisc -> "Other Business Documents"
personal -> "Personal Correspondence and Documents"
forms -> "Forms and Contracts"
finance -> "Finances"
educate -> "Education"
layout -> "Presentation Backgrounds"
presnt -> "Presentations"
misc -> "Miscellaneous"

layout for Impress backgrounds, presnt for Impress prewritten
presentations.

Can someone organize English templates to me? I am uploading the zip
file (with templates and empty folders) here:
w3.enternet.hu/szalaik/download/TEMPLATES1-en-US.zip

I also would like to build German version of OpenOffice.org, so I need
help to arrange German language version of templates. I used the
original OpenOffice.org extras CD and OOoPR-box compilation. The
collected German templates are going here:
w3.enternet.hu/szalaik/download/TEMPLATES1-de.zip

So can you contribute this for next OpenOffice.org Premium?

Thanks,
KAMI


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Re: OpenOffice.org Premium -- steps for 2.0.3

Juergen Schmidt-3
Hi Kami,

why did you create an own installation set and why didn't you provide
your template collection to the OO.org project directly. That would have
the benefit that the translation mechanisms on OO.org can be used and
all OO.org versions would benefit of a better or bigger template
collection and better or more impress schemes.

Juergen

your
KamiHír wrote:

> As you probably know there is an enhanced version of OpenOffice.org
> called OpenOffice.org Premium.
> You can download from here:
> ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/OOB680_m5_Premium/
> http://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/OOB680_m5_Premium/
> (for Linux and Windows in English and Hungarian)
>
> It contains many different templates. With version 2.0.3 I started
> organizing these templates in the default openoffice.org categories:
> officorr -> “Business Correspondence”
> offimisc -> “Other Business Documents”
> personal -> “Personal Correspondence and Documents”
> forms -> “Forms and Contracts”
> finance -> “Finances”
> educate -> “Education”
> layout -> “Presentation Backgrounds”
> presnt -> “Presentations”
> misc -> “Miscellaneous”
>
> layout for Impress backgrounds, presnt for Impress prewritten
> presentations.
>
> Can someone organize English templates to me? I am uploading the zip
> file (with templates and empty folders) here:
> w3.enternet.hu/szalaik/download/TEMPLATES1-en-US.zip
>
> I also would like to build German version of OpenOffice.org, so I need
> help to arrange German language version of templates. I used the
> original OpenOffice.org extras CD and OOoPR-box compilation. The
> collected German templates are going here:
> w3.enternet.hu/szalaik/download/TEMPLATES1-de.zip
>
> So can you contribute this for next OpenOffice.org Premium?
>
> Thanks,
> KAMI
>
>
> OpenOffice.org fanatic ;o)
>
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Re: OpenOffice.org Premium -- steps for 2.0.3

KAMI911
Dear Jürgen!

Jürgen Schmidt írta:
> Hi Kami,
>
> why did you create an own installation set
I have created my own installation set because:
- it is funny ;o)
- it makes OpenOffice.org more attractive compared to other (Commercial)
suites. Other suites has more complete clipart, temlate, font colletion
in the installer... (In case of OpenOffice.org Premium ~2400 clipart,
~80 impress background, ~60 temlpates, ~90 fonts, 40 fontwork gallery
element (already integrated), Bitstream vera replaced by Deja Vu
(integration on the way)... I think OpenOffice.org Premium extras looks
more shiny than original...
- all-in-one solution makes the life easier (You do not have to download
templates, fonts, clipart, fontwork gallery, documentation, OOo related
materials, UNO components (LaTeX filter)) separetly, the install it.You
get all thing via one click... Ideal way for beginners...
- I enjoyed the work with your heplful collegues Ingo and Kai.
> and why didn't you provide your template collection to the OO.org
> project directly.
As far as I know the English and German templates are available via
local language teams' homepage. Hungarian templates are available at
hu.openoffice.org.
OpenOffice Premium source (patcset for vanilla OOo) is available here:
ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/Source_mod/

So we didn't hide our work. What do you think where should we promote
our templates?
> That would have the benefit that the translation mechanisms on OO.org
> can be used
Translatig is not affecting templates just the additional installation
parts, galleries, etc. Templates are created one by one for every
language...
> and all OO.org versions would benefit of a better or bigger template
> collection and better or more impress schemes.
Of course everybody benefit from out collection because everybody can
use the extras (as you saw they are available for public), but Premium -
from my viewpoint - is one (or two) step forward because it integrates
these extras into OpenOffice.org perfectly...

Here is a snippet about OpenOffice.org Premium:

OpenOffice.org Premium = OpenOffice.org + Extras


OpenOffice.org Premium is a free and open source enhancement of official
OpenOffice.org. The Hungarian Native Language Team has modified the
source of OpenOffice.org and bundled lot of extras with it. Here are
just a few of the extras you get with OpenOffice.org Premium:


* Clip Art (currently more than 2,400 objects)

* Templates (number varies by language)

* Samples (number varies by language)

* Documentation (if available)

* Fonts (more than 90 fonts)


OpenOffice.org Premium is based on the latest and greatest version of
OpenOffice.org -- 2.0.2.

You can download OpenOffice.org Premium 2.0.2 from here:

ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/OOB680_m5_Premium


Current language versions:

Hungarian (HU), English (EN-US)


Current platforms:

Linux and Windows


The modified source code can be downloaded here:

ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/Source_mod


(Current version is: OOo202Premium-step7.zip
<ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/Source_mod/OOo202Premium-step7.zip>
)


The modified source code is available for everyone. It has been changed to

utilize all of OpenOffice.org features, including localization. If you'd

like to help us improve OpenOffice.org Premium, here are a few of the ways

you can get involved:

* Translators - translate the resource files to your language and send
it them back to me
* Content creators/revisors - Send me templates and openoffice.org
documentation (in OpenDocument Format) for your language. Collect as
many as you can, but please keep out the poor, low quality content...
Someone might recheck the English content of upcoming OpenOffice.org
Premium 2.0.2 - It is only a sample.
* Gallery submitters/coordinators/organisers - Send me a free galleries
or images (mainly in vector based format) good quality SVG->WMF
convertions may be interesting...
* Builders - to build OpenOffice.org Premium with other language - I can
do it, but I have only one machine and it is also for work
* Programmers - to develop a new ideas, make it better
* Voters - If you find it useful you can vote for integration:

62405 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
integration - Gallery (1/4)
62406 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
integration - Fonts (2/4)
62407 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
integration - Templates (3/4)
62408 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
integration - Samples (4/4)
http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62405
http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62406
http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62407
http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62408



Best regards,
KAMI

>
> Juergen
>
> your
> KamiHír wrote:
>> As you probably know there is an enhanced version of OpenOffice.org
>> called OpenOffice.org Premium.
>> You can download from here:
>> ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/OOB680_m5_Premium/
>> http://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/OOB680_m5_Premium/
>> (for Linux and Windows in English and Hungarian)
>>
>> It contains many different templates. With version 2.0.3 I started
>> organizing these templates in the default openoffice.org categories:
>> officorr -> “Business Correspondence”
>> offimisc -> “Other Business Documents”
>> personal -> “Personal Correspondence and Documents”
>> forms -> “Forms and Contracts”
>> finance -> “Finances”
>> educate -> “Education”
>> layout -> “Presentation Backgrounds”
>> presnt -> “Presentations”
>> misc -> “Miscellaneous”
>>
>> layout for Impress backgrounds, presnt for Impress prewritten
>> presentations.
>>
>> Can someone organize English templates to me? I am uploading the zip
>> file (with templates and empty folders) here:
>> w3.enternet.hu/szalaik/download/TEMPLATES1-en-US.zip
>>
>> I also would like to build German version of OpenOffice.org, so I
>> need help to arrange German language version of templates. I used the
>> original OpenOffice.org extras CD and OOoPR-box compilation. The
>> collected German templates are going here:
>> w3.enternet.hu/szalaik/download/TEMPLATES1-de.zip
>>
>> So can you contribute this for next OpenOffice.org Premium?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> KAMI
>>
>>
>> OpenOffice.org fanatic ;o)
>>
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Juergen Schmidt-3
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Hi Kami,

KAMI wrote:
> Dear Jürgen!
>
> Jürgen Schmidt írta:
>> Hi Kami,
>>
>> why did you create an own installation set
> I have created my own installation set because:
> - it is funny ;o)
great to here

> - it makes OpenOffice.org more attractive compared to other (Commercial)
> suites. Other suites has more complete clipart, temlate, font colletion
> in the installer... (In case of OpenOffice.org Premium ~2400 clipart,
> ~80 impress background, ~60 temlpates, ~90 fonts, 40 fontwork gallery
> element (already integrated), Bitstream vera replaced by Deja Vu
> (integration on the way)... I think OpenOffice.org Premium extras looks
> more shiny than original...
> - all-in-one solution makes the life easier (You do not have to download
> templates, fonts, clipart, fontwork gallery, documentation, OOo related
> materials, UNO components (LaTeX filter)) separetly, the install it.You
> get all thing via one click... Ideal way for beginners...
> - I enjoyed the work with your heplful collegues Ingo and Kai.
perfect, it seems that you like the work with the community and you
obviously has done a good job with all the new stuff for your "premium"
OO.org.

>> and why didn't you provide your template collection to the OO.org
>> project directly.
> As far as I know the English and German templates are available via
> local language teams' homepage. Hungarian templates are available at
> hu.openoffice.org.
> OpenOffice Premium source (patcset for vanilla OOo) is available here:
> ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/Source_mod/
ok, i don't know the details exactly how the template stuff is
organized. But i think that there should be one place for all languages.
One place with a set of templates, impress backgrounds ... where the
community has agreed that they should become the default in an official
OpenOffice.org distro. No differentiation between OpenOffice.org and a
OpenOffice.org Premium or others.
Make it easy for our end users -->> one OpenOffice.org -->> no further
decision which distro of OpenOffice would be the best for me.

Ok there are always reasons for having commercial products based on
OpenOffice.org. I mean especially support and service issues for
companies which are often bind to a commercial product and which from my
point of view is ok. But i personally as private user of OpenOffice.org
wouldn't really choose between different OpenOffice.org versions.

>
> So we didn't hide our work. What do you think where should we promote
> our templates?
>> That would have the benefit that the translation mechanisms on OO.org
>> can be used
> Translatig is not affecting templates just the additional installation
> parts, galleries, etc. Templates are created one by one for every
> language...
mmh, i think often the idea and structure of a template is important and
if you have some kind of master template in English for example other
user can translate the template to other languages as well but reusing
the original idea, structure, macros, ...


>> and all OO.org versions would benefit of a better or bigger template
>> collection and better or more impress schemes.
> Of course everybody benefit from out collection because everybody can
> use the extras (as you saw they are available for public), but Premium -
> from my viewpoint - is one (or two) step forward because it integrates
> these extras into OpenOffice.org perfectly...
fine, and you can make the seconds step (installing OO.org Premium)
obsolete by integrating it in the offical OpenOffice.org build

>
> Here is a snippet about OpenOffice.org Premium:
>
> OpenOffice.org Premium = OpenOffice.org + Extras
>
>
> OpenOffice.org Premium is a free and open source enhancement of official
> OpenOffice.org. The Hungarian Native Language Team has modified the
> source of OpenOffice.org and bundled lot of extras with it. Here are
> just a few of the extras you get with OpenOffice.org Premium:
>
>
> * Clip Art (currently more than 2,400 objects)
>
> * Templates (number varies by language)
>
> * Samples (number varies by language)
>
> * Documentation (if available)
>
> * Fonts (more than 90 fonts)
>
>
> OpenOffice.org Premium is based on the latest and greatest version of
> OpenOffice.org -- 2.0.2.
>
> You can download OpenOffice.org Premium 2.0.2 from here:
>
> ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/OOB680_m5_Premium
>
>
> Current language versions:
>
> Hungarian (HU), English (EN-US)
the official build supports much more


>
>
> Current platforms:
>
> Linux and Windows
the official build supports much more

>
>
> The modified source code can be downloaded here:
>
> ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/Source_mod
>
>
> (Current version is: OOo202Premium-step7.zip
> <ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/Source_mod/OOo202Premium-step7.zip>
> )
>
>
> The modified source code is available for everyone. It has been changed to
>
> utilize all of OpenOffice.org features, including localization. If you'd
>
> like to help us improve OpenOffice.org Premium, here are a few of the ways
>
> you can get involved:
>
> * Translators - translate the resource files to your language and send
> it them back to me
> * Content creators/revisors - Send me templates and openoffice.org
> documentation (in OpenDocument Format) for your language. Collect as
> many as you can, but please keep out the poor, low quality content...
> Someone might recheck the English content of upcoming OpenOffice.org
> Premium 2.0.2 - It is only a sample.
> * Gallery submitters/coordinators/organisers - Send me a free galleries
> or images (mainly in vector based format) good quality SVG->WMF
> convertions may be interesting...
> * Builders - to build OpenOffice.org Premium with other language - I can
> do it, but I have only one machine and it is also for work
> * Programmers - to develop a new ideas, make it better
> * Voters - If you find it useful you can vote for integration:
>
> 62405 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
> integration - Gallery (1/4)
> 62406 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
> integration - Fonts (2/4)
> 62407 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
> integration - Templates (3/4)
> 62408 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
> integration - Samples (4/4)
> http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62405
> http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62406
> http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62407
> http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62408

Thanks for sharing all this info here ...

Juergen

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Re: OpenOffice.org Premium -- steps for 2.0.3

Peter Gordon-7
Hi.

Let's suppose I want to try OpenOffice.org Premium on a Fedora Core 5
box that already has OpenOffice installed. Is it a relocatable package?
If not, will it trample on existing files?

Peter



On Wed, 2006-04-26 at 11:11 +0200, Jürgen Schmidt wrote:

> Hi Kami,
>
> KAMI wrote:
> > Dear Jürgen!
> >
> > Jürgen Schmidt írta:
> >> Hi Kami,
> >>
> >> why did you create an own installation set
> > I have created my own installation set because:
> > - it is funny ;o)
> great to here
>
> > - it makes OpenOffice.org more attractive compared to other (Commercial)
> > suites. Other suites has more complete clipart, temlate, font colletion
> > in the installer... (In case of OpenOffice.org Premium ~2400 clipart,
> > ~80 impress background, ~60 temlpates, ~90 fonts, 40 fontwork gallery
> > element (already integrated), Bitstream vera replaced by Deja Vu
> > (integration on the way)... I think OpenOffice.org Premium extras looks
> > more shiny than original...
> > - all-in-one solution makes the life easier (You do not have to download
> > templates, fonts, clipart, fontwork gallery, documentation, OOo related
> > materials, UNO components (LaTeX filter)) separetly, the install it.You
> > get all thing via one click... Ideal way for beginners...
> > - I enjoyed the work with your heplful collegues Ingo and Kai.
> perfect, it seems that you like the work with the community and you
> obviously has done a good job with all the new stuff for your "premium"
> OO.org.
>
> >> and why didn't you provide your template collection to the OO.org
> >> project directly.
> > As far as I know the English and German templates are available via
> > local language teams' homepage. Hungarian templates are available at
> > hu.openoffice.org.
> > OpenOffice Premium source (patcset for vanilla OOo) is available here:
> > ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/Source_mod/
> ok, i don't know the details exactly how the template stuff is
> organized. But i think that there should be one place for all languages.
> One place with a set of templates, impress backgrounds ... where the
> community has agreed that they should become the default in an official
> OpenOffice.org distro. No differentiation between OpenOffice.org and a
> OpenOffice.org Premium or others.
> Make it easy for our end users -->> one OpenOffice.org -->> no further
> decision which distro of OpenOffice would be the best for me.
>
> Ok there are always reasons for having commercial products based on
> OpenOffice.org. I mean especially support and service issues for
> companies which are often bind to a commercial product and which from my
> point of view is ok. But i personally as private user of OpenOffice.org
> wouldn't really choose between different OpenOffice.org versions.
>
> >
> > So we didn't hide our work. What do you think where should we promote
> > our templates?
> >> That would have the benefit that the translation mechanisms on OO.org
> >> can be used
> > Translatig is not affecting templates just the additional installation
> > parts, galleries, etc. Templates are created one by one for every
> > language...
> mmh, i think often the idea and structure of a template is important and
> if you have some kind of master template in English for example other
> user can translate the template to other languages as well but reusing
> the original idea, structure, macros, ...
>
>
> >> and all OO.org versions would benefit of a better or bigger template
> >> collection and better or more impress schemes.
> > Of course everybody benefit from out collection because everybody can
> > use the extras (as you saw they are available for public), but Premium -
> > from my viewpoint - is one (or two) step forward because it integrates
> > these extras into OpenOffice.org perfectly...
> fine, and you can make the seconds step (installing OO.org Premium)
> obsolete by integrating it in the offical OpenOffice.org build
>
> >
> > Here is a snippet about OpenOffice.org Premium:
> >
> > OpenOffice.org Premium = OpenOffice.org + Extras
> >
> >
> > OpenOffice.org Premium is a free and open source enhancement of official
> > OpenOffice.org. The Hungarian Native Language Team has modified the
> > source of OpenOffice.org and bundled lot of extras with it. Here are
> > just a few of the extras you get with OpenOffice.org Premium:
> >
> >
> > * Clip Art (currently more than 2,400 objects)
> >
> > * Templates (number varies by language)
> >
> > * Samples (number varies by language)
> >
> > * Documentation (if available)
> >
> > * Fonts (more than 90 fonts)
> >
> >
> > OpenOffice.org Premium is based on the latest and greatest version of
> > OpenOffice.org -- 2.0.2.
> >
> > You can download OpenOffice.org Premium 2.0.2 from here:
> >
> > ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/OOB680_m5_Premium
> >
> >
> > Current language versions:
> >
> > Hungarian (HU), English (EN-US)
> the official build supports much more
>
>
> >
> >
> > Current platforms:
> >
> > Linux and Windows
> the official build supports much more
>
> >
> >
> > The modified source code can be downloaded here:
> >
> > ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/Source_mod
> >
> >
> > (Current version is: OOo202Premium-step7.zip
> > <ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/Source_mod/OOo202Premium-step7.zip>
> > )
> >
> >
> > The modified source code is available for everyone. It has been changed to
> >
> > utilize all of OpenOffice.org features, including localization. If you'd
> >
> > like to help us improve OpenOffice.org Premium, here are a few of the ways
> >
> > you can get involved:
> >
> > * Translators - translate the resource files to your language and send
> > it them back to me
> > * Content creators/revisors - Send me templates and openoffice.org
> > documentation (in OpenDocument Format) for your language. Collect as
> > many as you can, but please keep out the poor, low quality content...
> > Someone might recheck the English content of upcoming OpenOffice.org
> > Premium 2.0.2 - It is only a sample.
> > * Gallery submitters/coordinators/organisers - Send me a free galleries
> > or images (mainly in vector based format) good quality SVG->WMF
> > convertions may be interesting...
> > * Builders - to build OpenOffice.org Premium with other language - I can
> > do it, but I have only one machine and it is also for work
> > * Programmers - to develop a new ideas, make it better
> > * Voters - If you find it useful you can vote for integration:
> >
> > 62405 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
> > integration - Gallery (1/4)
> > 62406 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
> > integration - Fonts (2/4)
> > 62407 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
> > integration - Templates (3/4)
> > 62408 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
> > integration - Samples (4/4)
> > http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62405
> > http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62406
> > http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62407
> > http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62408
>
> Thanks for sharing all this info here ...
>
> Juergen
>
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Ciao!

Jürgen Schmidt írta:

> Hi Kami,
>
> KAMI wrote:
>> Dear Jürgen!
>>
>> Jürgen Schmidt írta:
>>> Hi Kami,
>>>
>>> why did you create an own installation set
>> I have created my own installation set because:
>> - it is funny ;o)
> great to here
>
>> - it makes OpenOffice.org more attractive compared to other
>> (Commercial) suites. Other suites has more complete clipart, temlate,
>> font colletion in the installer... (In case of OpenOffice.org Premium
>> ~2400 clipart, ~80 impress background, ~60 temlpates, ~90 fonts, 40
>> fontwork gallery element (already integrated), Bitstream vera
>> replaced by Deja Vu (integration on the way)... I think
>> OpenOffice.org Premium extras looks more shiny than original...
>> - all-in-one solution makes the life easier (You do not have to
>> download templates, fonts, clipart, fontwork gallery, documentation,
>> OOo related materials, UNO components (LaTeX filter)) separetly, the
>> install it.You get all thing via one click... Ideal way for beginners...
>> - I enjoyed the work with your heplful collegues Ingo and Kai.
> perfect, it seems that you like the work with the community and you
> obviously has done a good job with all the new stuff for your
> "premium" OO.org.
I feel same :o) But I know We need to do more. The current objective of
this project to be the part of main OpenOffice.org, so everybody can use
our extras. I did and will do everything to make it happen as soon as
possible. Localization support, apply of OpenOffice.org desing rules on
OOo Premium... I know we need contributors, whom help out us with
particular language translation, templates, documentums....

>
>>> and why didn't you provide your template collection to the OO.org
>>> project directly.
>> As far as I know the English and German templates are available via
>> local language teams' homepage. Hungarian templates are available at
>> hu.openoffice.org.
>> OpenOffice Premium source (patcset for vanilla OOo) is available here:
>> ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/Source_mod/
> ok, i don't know the details exactly how the template stuff is
> organized. But i think that there should be one place for all languages.
I do agree...
> One place with a set of templates, impress backgrounds ... where the
> community has agreed that they should become the default in an
> official OpenOffice.org distro.
I still agree...
> No differentiation between OpenOffice.org and a OpenOffice.org Premium
> or others.
I do not want to differ OpenOffic.org and OpenOffice.org Premium. I
wopuld very happy if we decide to integrate OpenOffice.org Premium into
OpenOffice.org project...
I did steps to this direction...
After we created Premium, we compiled binaries for linux and windows...
Then shown it to the community. The Hungarian users really liked this
idea (ide of integrated Premium versions), so we created international
version - firstly en-US - and I hope we will have De version by the
2.0.3's time.

>
> Make it easy for our end users -->> one OpenOffice.org -->> no further
> decision which distro of OpenOffice would be the best for me.
>
> Ok there are always reasons for having commercial products based on
> OpenOffice.org. I mean especially support and service issues for
> companies which are often bind to a commercial product and which from
> my point of view is ok. But i personally as private user of
> OpenOffice.org wouldn't really choose between different OpenOffice.org
> versions.
>
>>
>> So we didn't hide our work. What do you think where should we promote
>> our templates?
>>> That would have the benefit that the translation mechanisms on
>>> OO.org can be used
>> Translatig is not affecting templates just the additional
>> installation parts, galleries, etc. Templates are created one by one
>> for every language...
> mmh, i think often the idea and structure of a template is important
I agree - I think the origanl template stucture is good for start...
> and if you have some kind of master template in English
I mainly work on Hungarian templates, of course one day I might start to
create also English templates. But for this I have top learn English at
first.
> for example other user can translate the template to other languages
> as well but reusing the original idea, structure, macros, ...
Yes! More complex documents must be more reusable. OOo community might
start a document localization project to make more templates/macro based
documents, utilities available for more and more languages.

>
>
>>> and all OO.org versions would benefit of a better or bigger template
>>> collection and better or more impress schemes.
>> Of course everybody benefit from out collection because everybody can
>> use the extras (as you saw they are available for public), but
>> Premium - from my viewpoint - is one (or two) step forward because it
>> integrates these extras into OpenOffice.org perfectly...
> fine, and you can make the seconds step (installing OO.org Premium)
> obsolete by integrating it in the offical OpenOffice.org build
I have a good news for you! I already did taht step :o) I made it
OpenOffice.org compatible as your engineers requested... I divided into
four parts to make integration easier as Pavel requested. I filled
issues about integration here:

62405 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
integration - Gallery (1/4)
62406 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
integration - Fonts (2/4)
62407 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
integration - Templates (3/4)
62408 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
integration - Samples (4/4)
http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62405
http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62406
http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62407
http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62408

I think I can not do more for integration, can you?

>
>>
>> Here is a snippet about OpenOffice.org Premium:
>>
>> OpenOffice.org Premium = OpenOffice.org + Extras
>>
>>
>> OpenOffice.org Premium is a free and open source enhancement of
>> official OpenOffice.org. The Hungarian Native Language Team has
>> modified the source of OpenOffice.org and bundled lot of extras with
>> it. Here are just a few of the extras you get with OpenOffice.org
>> Premium:
>>
>>
>> * Clip Art (currently more than 2,400 objects)
>>
>> * Templates (number varies by language)
>>
>> * Samples (number varies by language)
>>
>> * Documentation (if available)
>>
>> * Fonts (more than 90 fonts)
>>
>>
>> OpenOffice.org Premium is based on the latest and greatest version of
>> OpenOffice.org -- 2.0.2.
>>
>> You can download OpenOffice.org Premium 2.0.2 from here:
>>
>> ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/OOB680_m5_Premium
>>
>>
>> Current language versions:
>>
>> Hungarian (HU), English (EN-US)
> the official build supports much more
Yes, but do not forget there are few peoples behind the project...
Currently doesn't mean maximal. Of course we support as many languages
as original OpenOffice.org do, but we need someone who translate it into
his own languages and also collect and order the templates...
>
>
>>
>>
>> Current platforms:
>>
>> Linux and Windows
> the official build supports much more
Sorry mister! We have only Windows and Linux machnies. This is the sad
Hungarian reality :o( I am not a corporation, my resources are limited.
I can't spend more money for Mac (PPC and Intel), Sparc and others...

>
>>
>>
>> The modified source code can be downloaded here:
>>
>> ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/Source_mod
>>
>>
>> (Current version is: OOo202Premium-step7.zip
>> <ftp://ftp.fsf.hu/OpenOffice.org_hu/devel/Source_mod/OOo202Premium-step7.zip>
>> )
>>
>>
>> The modified source code is available for everyone. It has been
>> changed to
>>
>> utilize all of OpenOffice.org features, including localization. If you'd
>>
>> like to help us improve OpenOffice.org Premium, here are a few of the
>> ways
>>
>> you can get involved:
>>
>> * Translators - translate the resource files to your language and
>> send it them back to me
>> * Content creators/revisors - Send me templates and openoffice.org
>> documentation (in OpenDocument Format) for your language. Collect as
>> many as you can, but please keep out the poor, low quality content...
>> Someone might recheck the English content of upcoming OpenOffice.org
>> Premium 2.0.2 - It is only a sample.
>> * Gallery submitters/coordinators/organisers - Send me a free
>> galleries or images (mainly in vector based format) good quality
>> SVG->WMF convertions may be interesting...
>> * Builders - to build OpenOffice.org Premium with other language - I
>> can do it, but I have only one machine and it is also for work
>> * Programmers - to develop a new ideas, make it better
>> * Voters - If you find it useful you can vote for integration:
>>
>> 62405 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
>> integration - Gallery (1/4)
>> 62406 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
>> integration - Fonts (2/4)
>> 62407 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
>> integration - Templates (3/4)
>> 62408 FEATUR P3 All issues@distribution UNCO OpenOffice.org Premium
>> integration - Samples (4/4)
>> http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62405
>> http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62406
>> http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62407
>> http://qa.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=62408
>
> Thanks for sharing all this info here ...
>
> Juergen
Not at all :o)

Can you help me in the integration?

Thanks,
KAMI

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Re: OpenOffice.org Premium -- steps for 2.0.3

KAMI911
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Peter Gordon írta:
> Hi.
>
> Let's suppose I want to try OpenOffice.org Premium on a Fedora Core 5
> box
Good idea!
> that already has OpenOffice installed. Is it a relocatable package?
>  
OOo Premium installed same way as original OpenOffice.org. One small
thing, you can update from older version, but you can't from 2.0.2. This
will change in 2.0.3 (update from same vesrion will allowed)...
> If not, will it trample on existing files?
>  
> Peter
>  

Thanks,
KAMI

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