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Saturday, August 14, 2010

VMware Player 3.1.1

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Download VMware Player 3.1.1

VMware Player 3.1.1

VMware Inc - 104.11MB (Freeware)
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A virtual machine is a computer defined in software. It's like running a PC on your PC.
This free desktop virtualization software application makes it easy to operate any virtual machine created by VMware Workstation, VMware Fusion, VMware Server or VMware ESX, as well as Microsoft Virtual Server virtual machines or Microsoft Virtual PC virtual machines.
  • Run multiple operating systems simultaneously on a single PC
  • Experience the benefits of preconfigured products without any installation or configuration hassles
  • Share data between host computer and virtual machine
  • Run 32- and 64-bit virtual machines
  • Leverage 2-way Virtual SMP
  • Use 3rd-party virtual machines and images
  • Share data between host computer and virtual machine
  • Broad host and guest operating system support
  • Support for USB 2.0 devices
  • Get appliance info at start-up
  • Gain easy access to virtual machines via intuitive home page interface

Monday, July 26, 2010

OpenOffice.org 3.2.1

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A new OpenOffice.org release is finished. Version 3.2.1 is now available for download.

Download now!

Start downloading OpenOffice.org 3.2.1 for Windows in English (GB)
(Java Runtime Environment (JRE) included for all OS versions except Linux 32/64-bit Debian and Mac OS)
Get all platforms and languages | Release Notes | MD5 checksums | ISO images

Getting started with OOo development

You are at the start of a long, but very exciting journey! OpenOffice.org is a large and inclusive project. No matter what your interests are, there is always a place for you here. There are many ways to get started, but the easiest one is to:

Get the source code and start building

Build you own OpenOffice.org so that you are able to modify things
Image:Tip.png The Building Guide will walk you through this.


Fix a bug or an annoyance

Pick up your favorite bug/annoyance, and try to fix that. Read how to Contribute a patch via Issue Tracker.
Image:Tip.png Browse [Top voted issues] or review our To-Dos list that presents the key issues of interest to the core components


Contribute more

When you see that hacking OOo pleases you, it's time to look for bigger tasks, get in contact on IRC or on the mailing list: mailto:dev@openoffice.org The list is friendly and supportive; the people want to help.


Create an extension

Exensions are easy to write and fun to see in action. You can add features that millions of others will use by using Java, Python, StarBasic, or JavaScript. Find more on Extension development wiki page. The OpenOffice.org UNO component model is quite extensive and can be daunting at first. To help you, there is a comprehensive Development Guide. The easiest way to get started is by using the plugins for Netbeans and for Eclipse. Plus, you can get help from mailto:dev@api.openoffice.org.


Development resources

Further reading

Education project

Image:Tip.pngIf you don't find the instructions in the Wiki good enough to guide you or if you are interested in some aspect that is not covered, feel free to subscribe and ask on the dev@openoffice.org mailing list. See Communication for more infromation on how get in touch with the OpenOffice.org project.


Image:Tip.pngAnother solution is to contact the Education Project, which aims to find future OpenOffice.org developers, mainly students, who are discovering OpenOffice.org Project. The dedicated Education Project channel is: #education.openoffice.org on freenode


Image:Tip.pngOn the ClassRoom page, you will find more information about the essentials. For example Practice, or IRC Meetings Logs we did as "ClassRooms".