[board-discuss] FTP space for LibreOffice Server Install GUI
I want to introduce you to a program and it's problem...
This program is called is LibreOffice Server Install GUI, an open-source
Windows application, which is able to fetch the latest master or the
latest testing build or the latest released build of the newer and older
branch and perform a parallel installation including installation of
help packs in all languages and parallel downloads inside of the program
itself. It also assists you to not use your existing user-profile as
well as to create a desktop shortcut for the parallel installation and,
last but not least, has a basic ability to manage installations. As of
today it supports eight languages. I have been developing this
application for a half year now and it is being said, that it is
extremely valuable for QA, because it extremely simplifies the
installation of master-builds.
So, now I want to introduce you to the problem: I have been using a
free-host to make the program available, but during the last month I got
reports, that it is unaccessible. As it is a free-host they have no
support and I don't have a real chance to do anything...
So I am asking for TDF webspace as a place for releasing the program. As
the current size is extreamly low, I wouldn't need more than 50 -70 M to
keep ~30-50 version of the program itself + some auto-generated files by
VisualStudio. I really hope, that this request is possible, because
otherwise I don't know how everyone can have access to this program.
Thanks for helping out. If you have any question, don't hesitate and ask
as I am subscribed to this ML..
PS: Link to repo:
- [board-discuss] FTP space for LibreOffice Server Install GUI · Florian Reisinger
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