I really enjoyed the today's introductions and discussions - and it
seems to me, that we start to feel like a real team. And, some people
offered help or already picked tough work items. This is just great, but
it also shows that we soon need some more information on what we want to
achieve, and how we will probably work together.
At the moment, many of the required information is either spread over
different mailing lists and wiki pages, hidden in people's heads, or not
yet available. Something to change? Yes, but only with you!
Since you've joined, you may know that one of the very first steps had
been to ask for a mailing list and draft a wiki page . That time, it
had been decided to "unify" both Visual Design, and User Experience
related topics. So, currently we talk about ...
"LibreOffice Design Team. Make it just work, and look great, too!"
But where to start? Well, I drafted a proposal and I'd like to hear your
comments if this fits - in general. Details, e.g. how we solved this or
that within OpenOffice.org might be added later, I think.
But for now, please have a look at the list and add stuff you might to
see / talk about as well.
1. Invite people who want to join / listen via a blog posting and
on TDF discuss --> nobody should be missed
2. Summarize the current status of work / collaboration within the
LibreOffice project --> get an overview what happened until now
3. Do some introduction to get to know each other --> guess why :-)
4. Collection of thoughts what we do need to organize / to do our
5. Working on the "urgent needs" of our current project --> e.g.
there have been requests to feed the development ;-)
6. Planning how to collect and to prioritize the future tasks -->
think about what we want to archive mid- and long-term
7. Kick of one or more serious projects ...
Anything missing, misleading, or even wrong? Please raise your hand :-)
If you think it'll work, then we'll start.
What do you think?
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