From: Andrew Dunbar (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Apr 24 2002 - 00:02:20 EDT
--- Martin Sevior
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Hi Hub,
> Jeremy Davis has some windows binaries at:
> But I'm not sure which of the plugins work and which
> are installable
> Here is what I think we should do:
> 1. Ask Jeremy which work as windows installables and
> move them to
> sourceforge. (Hopefully done by this email.)
> 2. Ask windows users to test them and report
> 3. We go with a lightly editted version of David
> Chart's press release as
> our release notes and put that on our website.
> 4. Update the website.
> 5. Send out the press release to everyone we can
> think of - including the
> sites that covered the 1.0 already.
> So slashdot, freshmeat, zdnet,cnet,linuxtoday,linux
> weekly news,macslash
> etc etc. Once the website is updated anyone who
> wants to can send out an
> email to their favourite website in their own
How about some specifically non-English sites?
Are we asking for developers in our press release?
Are we specifically pushing our multilingual aspect?
Can any of our non-Anglophone people suggest some?
I just found these with a Google search:
(They may not all be appropriate)
> 6. Dom updates abiword on the gnome software map
> since he is the only one
> who can do that.
> OK folks lets get this done.
> BTW I'm home sick for a couple of days.
> On Tue, 23 Apr 2002, Hubert Figuiere wrote:
> > Hi
> > We still miss Win32 binaries for AbiWord 1.0.0.
> Without them we just
> > can't release version 1.0.0 to the world. Can
> someone help and make
> > some ?
> > Thanks a lot.
> > Hub
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