[sword-devel] New CD ISO, binaries, misc. stuff
Tue, 27 Feb 2001 16:13:48 +0100
Since KDE 2.1 is out now I updated the sources in GOODIES/misc.linux/KDE-2.1
and removed the dir of the KDE-2.01 sources.
Is it possible to recreate the iso to ship the new KDE?
I uploaded the libs, base, support and bindings. They are required for
BibleTime 0.31 and later.
> NEW CD
> There is a new CD ISO on the site. If you have the capacity, please
> download the iso, burn a CD and try it out. Let me know if there are
> any nuances in your particular environment. I plan to test on RedHat
> 6.2, 7.0, Windows NT, and 98. Testing on other platforms is highly
> valued! Thanks for all the hard work that went into this latest
> NEW WINDOWS TEST RELEASE
> There are new Windows binaries available on the CD in the BETA
> directory, and also on the alpha site:
> This hasn't changed much feature-wise to the last test release, but
> should be much more stable. You'll still need the locales.zip in this
> directory if you are testing over a pre 1.5.0 install. There is also a
> new InstallMgr.exe in this directory that made it onto the CD. It
> transfers in passive mode allow more people access over firewalls,
> should be much more stable, and handles our new Category= entry for the
> newer modules.
> MODULE REVIEWERS
> There was some discussion on the list a few weeks back about banding a
> team to review modules. In case anyone hasn't noticed, we're now
> placing our new modules initially in a section entitled something like:
> Cults, Unorthodox, or Not Yet Reviewed. If you feel gifted in orthodox
> apologetics/discernment, please post your feedback on any modules that
> are in this section and we'll see if this is a good way to decide what
> gets promoted out. If the traffic gets too high, we'll see about
> opening a newsgroup on our news server. I've asked a few local experts
> to also give us their advice:
> Paul Scozzafava - Apologetics Professor, Calvary Chapel School of
> Ministry, NM
> Dennis Wretlind, Ph.D., Professor of Biblical Languages, Phoenix
> (yet to commit)
> This will give all you pastors and theologians out there a much needed
> area in which to participate.
> Thanks again! Lots of stuff is moving right along these day. It's hard
> to keep up.
> Remembering the _extreme Grace_ that brought the _Perfect God_ to die a
> _terrible death_, all for such _an enemy_ as me. Now those are
> extremes! Phil II.; Romans V. :)
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