First goal for the ODF@WWW effort must be, to "release" something which has been properly checked-in and which has some kind of feature set, which seems to be usable. It is not yet the goal to conquer the world ;-) but just to get the basics in place.
|1||Create an Incubator Project|
|1||Draft a short proposal.||Kay||done|
|2||Submit it to the Incubator lead, Louis Suarez-Potts for review.||Kay||done|
|3||Advertise that proposal on the relevant lists and on email@example.com.||Kay||done|
|4||Ask for a vote on the merits of the project.||Kay||done|
|5||Create the project.||Kay||done|
|6||Prepare project pages||Kay||in progress|
|2||Set up an ODF Wiki|
|1||Set up a publicly accessible ODF Wiki.||Kay||in progress|
|2||Moves pages from OOo Media Wiki into the ODF Wiki.||Kay||open|
|3||Check-In the Prototype|
|1||Check-in Prototype||Kay||in progress|
|1||Support Mac OS X Clients||Kay||open|
|2||User Authentication||Kay||in progress|
|1||Add latest Blog postings||Kay||open|
|2||Add links to Project Page||Kay||open|
Create an Incubator Project
See http://www.openoffice.org/about_us/protocols_proposing.html for how-to creating an incubator project.
Set up an ODF Wiki
Set up an ODF Wiki to used for the Project itself, e.g. something as
This basically is to "eat your own dog food". To do the full step, the documentation then also needs to be moved from the OOo Wiki into the ODF Wiki.
Check-In the Prototype
Write a Pack Script
Write a script to "package" the ODF Wiki.
Support Mac OS X Clients
Support for Mac OS X Clients.
Users need to login to be able to save documents. Apache.org has some documentation on this. One may either use HTTP Basic authentication or HTTP Digest authentication. See http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/mod/mod_dav.html.
As document saving does not seem to be reliable in all cases, define a snap shooting mechanism backing up all stored documents every once a while.
Update the provided documentation:
- Add links to latest Blog posting.
- Add links to the project page.
- Review documentation.