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Hi all, 
Hi Marina, 

I have wollmux installed
With the latest released version from last year from December 30 2022, you
need JRE 11. 

I'm using Windows 11, the wollmux.conf must look like this
DEFAULT_CONTEXT "./config/"
%include "./config/conf/main.conf"
%include "./config/conf/wollmuxbar_standard.conf"

Unfortunately, not all templates are found yet, even though they are in the
correct folder. 

I don't think an extra WollMux mailing list makes not sense. This does not
promote the awareness of wollmux.
Possibly.  Perhaps mark the subject with [WollMux]?

Greetings
Susanne

-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Thorsten Behrens <thb@libreoffice.org> 
Gesendet: Montag, 2. Januar 2023 13:26
An: Marina Latini <marina.latini@libreoffice.org>
Cc: TDF Board Discussion <board-discuss@documentfoundation.org>
Betreff: Re: [board-discuss] WollMux adoption proposal for The Document
Foundation

Hi Marina, all,

Marina Latini wrote:
No no, it makes sense to keep WollMux under the LibreOffice org, I 
agree. If you are fine with the current status, can we start to work on
WollMux?

I'd love to! :)

(Gabor is getting the last few handbook pages' existing German  translation
put up on the wiki; and I'll see to get at least a basic  CI job setup going
by early next week - but none of that should block  others from starting the
work)

But, apart from WollMux... I think we could take this opportunity also 
for a clean-up of repos in https://github.com/tdf. ;) You mentioned 
the DLP libraries, but libcmis is hosted under the TDF organisation, 
and, if I'm not mistaken, the libraries from the DLP aren't 
LibreOffice only but can be reused also elsewhere.

Yep, that's true - Calligra, Inkscape and Scribus use at least some of them.

Under the TDF organisation there are also other repos that should 
probably be archived (but we are going semi off-topic now). ;)

Also true, e.g. when looking at website stuff. BTW, 'archiving' on github is
something conceptually very close to our atticization - we should evaluate
setting the archive flag within that framework IMO.

We could also mention that we have the other LibreOffice organisation 
and cross link from tdf to LibreOffice too.

Given that the main readme was misleading you, that's certainly useful.

But...for this clean-up, where we can continue this discussion? this 
list doesn't look like the right place to me. :)

Doesn't feel terribly off-topic here (dev list would also not be a 100%
on-topic match, neither website or marketing? - but for very generic
discussions, there's always the global discuss list of course).

Something else - does anybody see the need for a dedicated wollmux mailing
list? I didn't ask for one (and actually try to avoid silo-ed low-traffic
email lists, and nudge people onto the main dev list), but not strictly
against one either. The old wollmux project had one at joinup IIRC, but it's
dormant since a long time.

Cheers,

-- Thorsten


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