Hi Björn, all!
Am Montag, den 24.01.2011, 11:44 +0100 schrieb Björn Balazs:
Am Sonntag, 23. Januar 2011, 23:02:38 schrieb Christoph Noack:
@ Bj�rn: Do you think it makes sense to circulate this invitiation
OpenUsability.org or similar channels? I don't have that much
with that ... so I'd like to hear your recommendation.
Jan wanted to set-up a planet on OpenUsability.org within the next
guess it would be best to publish the information this way. Will keep
informed about the progress there.
Oh, that would be just great! Thanks a lot!!!
In the meantime, I've started a wiki page to collect all the information
we'll work on. Maybe this will help for both us, and all the people
who'll join a bit later. More to come ...
Moreover, I thought a bit about the previous work at OpenOffice.org.
Personally, I'm sure that there is a lot information we might have some
benefit from ... but I'd like to hear your opinion, if you are
interested in such stuff.
Basically, I can provide some stories about our feature development (and
UX research), the procedures, the tools and the many ideas that are
already available in the OpenOffice.org wiki. And, I'd like to ask
Bernhard to summarize the branding and the artwork work (sounds somehow
From my point-of-view, I'd like to put this is the wiki as well - let's
say a story each day (or two).
What do you think? (Especially Bernhard, since I didn't ask him in
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