ODF@WWW/Milestone I

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Milestone I - Get Started

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.

ID Title Owner State
1 Organization
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 discuss@openoffice.org. 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
2 Package Script Kay open
2 Features
1 Support Mac OS X Clients Kay open
2 User Authentication Kay in progress
3 Snap Shooting Kay open
3 Documentation
1 Add latest Blog postings Kay open
2 Add links to Project Page Kay open
3 Review Documentation Kay open

Organization

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

 http://odf-at-www.services.openoffice.org

Check-In the Prototype

Download prototype from Mediacast and check it in into the project repository.

Write a Pack Script

Write a script to "package" the ODF Wiki.

Features

Support Mac OS X Clients

Support for Mac OS X Clients.

User Authentication

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.

Snap Shooting

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.

Documentation

Update the provided documentation:

  • Add links to latest Blog posting.
  • Add links to the project page.
  • Review documentation.
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