The LibreOffice team working on the LIbreOffice DVD project made their first (perhaps most recent) iso file available for the full group to download and check out, so I thought why not take a look also. (actually the contents of the DVD have been available on-line for a few months, but it always feels differnt on your own media doesn't it?)
Currently only a German language version is ready to go, but the team is actively gearing up to support work on packaging in multiple languages.
The iso, a basic static web site, with an auto start feature for Microsoft Windows users. It includes information about the LibreOffice application suite, of course the program binaries, development kit, along with a good bit of documentation, clip art gallery add-ins , extensions, collection of useful templates and assorted complimentary FOSS applications.
The package released under a Creative Commons 3 license, with included binaries and third party content covered under various FOSS licenses.
The iso file distributed contains an early Beta copy of the LibreOffice suite and is not ready for general availability, but looks like it will be ready when the code is, available to German-speaking users quite quickly after its release
The total package content is well laid out and offers the user all the essential tools needed to be up and running on a new office system from a single disc.