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This page is outdated, but most of its content is being worked on at the OpenOffice.org wiki:
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How to submit files to the project:
You have graphics or files you want to send to us ?
Posting the files on the project's mailing list it is not recommended
because some members still use slow dial-up connections.
If you have created artwork you want to show to us please follow the
steps below in order to send us the files.
This method is the recommended way of submitting files to the Art Project:
LOCATE THE ISSUE:
If there is already an existing issue on the topic for which you wish to submit your work (please
ask about it's existence on the project's mailing list
if you know the issue's address (URL) go to that address;
OR CREATE A NEW ISSUE:
If there is no issue created, please use the instructions in our
on how to create an issue for the Art Project. Once the issue created proceed to the next step.
ADDING THE FILE:
On the issue page, go to the Attachments section and click on the
"Create a new attachment (proposed patch, testcase, etc.)" link and:
hit Browse button and select your local file that you wish to submit
provide one line description for the file
select the correct file format/mime type
hit the submit button and a confirmation that your attachment was added will appear
TELLING US ABOUT THE FILE:
After you have attached the file you can go back to the issue and in the "Attachments" section you will see
a link to the file you have added. You can copy that link location (in some browsers: Right-Click
and Copy Link Location) and paste the link in your emails to the mailing list.
It is also recommended that in your message you also mention the Issue Number and/or the Issue URL
in order for us to easy locate the right issue.
ASKING FOR HELP:
If you have difficulties, please do not hesitate to ask for help on the project's mailing list.
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