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||User Authentication||Kay||in progress|
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
Check-In the Prototype
Write a script to "package" the ODF Wiki.
Support Mac OS 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.
Update the provided documentation:
- Add links to latest Blog posting.
- Add links to the project page.
- Review documentation.