Work resumes on ooo-build on Windows, Pootle and Translate Toolkit

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After being busy with lots of behind the scenes things and other work, I feel like I'm finally making progress on the following:
Building OpenOffice.org on Windows - I've been working with Michael Meeks to get ooo-build working nicely on Windows with the 2.0 series of OpenOffice.org builds, and my builds are running quite happily now. This will make it easier to manage patches, updating between versions etc (compared to using the standard OpenOffice.org build system). I plan to update the Windows building page on the go-oo Wiki as neccessary, some of my notes from build problems are in openofficebuild on the translate wiki.
Pootle - have fixed one or two small bugs and hope to keep on doing so, as well as planning to add better searching support so people can file bugs or suggestions for translations more easily.
Translate Toolkit - actually integrated some patches (from Matthias Klose) - there are quite a few more on bugs.wordforge.org sitting around for me to process, but its nice to be off the ground.
South African OpenOffice.org - which is what the build work above is for: I am now building OOo 2.0rc2 successfully, need to move to rc3, incorporate the latest changes, and get our branding, spellcheckers etc in.
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