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From Andre Fischer>
Subject Re: Hello again
Date Mon, 31 Oct 2011 10:39:05 GMT
On 31.10.2011 11:11, Raphael Bircher wrote:
> Am 31.10.11 11:06, schrieb Andre Fischer:
>> Hi,
>> On 31.10.2011 10:57, Raphael Bircher wrote:
>>> Hi Xia
>>> Am 31.10.11 09:14, schrieb Xia Zhao:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> I introduced myself several weeks ago but seems the information is too
>>>> simple. Let me introduce myself again..
>>>> My name is Lily Zhao,in the paste four years I worked as IBM Lotus
>>>> Symphony as QA Lead. And have used OpenOffice for more than five 
>>>> years. In
>>>> ApacheOpenOffice, I am planning to build the QA process and 
>>>> contribute to
>>>> ApacheOpenOffice 3.4, 4.0 QA plan and testing. Currently I have some
>>>> questions want to clarify:
>>> Welcome on board
>>>> 1. I get OO 3.4 contents in below site, is it correct place?
>>> No, this is the version of the old OOo. Atm. we have no public 
>>> builds of the AOOo Code. So you can only build it your self.
>> See for how to 
>> get the source code. See also the link on the bottom of that page to 
>> the building guide (but that link is currently broken, see this URL 
>> instead: 
>> ttp://
> But I think we should also discuse public builds now. Many QA's don't 
> want to learn how to build. But we should discuse public builds in a 
> separate topic.

You are absolutely right.  Building the office for non-developers can 
only be a quick fix for the lack of binary downloads (although, knowing 
the problems involved with building OpenOffice, it is neither quick nor 
really a fix).

Does Apache have build servers that could provide binary downloads?

>>>> 2. Where I can get the old OO automation test suites?
>>> The Binaris of the TestTool you can find on 
>>> The testscripts you find in the svn tree of the Apache OOo source. 
>>> Look for the directory "testautomation" there.
>>> Greetings Raphael
>> Regards,
>>  Andre

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