That is true for the size of the first iso generated. However the last
download from the libreoffice-na.us server was:
Yes, and the first DVD figures was what I gave, since I did not have time figures for the current size of the DVD.
Currently, to the best of my knowledge, there is nothing referenced from
the html files that is not included in that set of files.
There has been at leas two files removed since and a few to go, which
looks like will trim another 100 meg or so from the set.
What I really could use is a better DVD burning software than Brasero. The laptop is slower than the desktop, being the Vista is 32-bit where Ubuntu is 64-bit and the CPU of the Laptop is a "slower" one than the desktop has.
So for now, to keep the problems with the way Brasero is re-naming the files and folders to upper-case letters, I will be using the Vista Laptop's Roxio software. But I hope to be given the name[s] of better software for Ubuntu.