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Hi everyone,
it's been a busy few weeks for me, but it looks like I'll have more time
from now on.
To catch up:
a) Congratulations on the launch. I'm happily running LibO under Ubuntu and
have had no problems except the default toolbar settings (large icons,
several default toolbars), which fortunately doesn't take too long to
change. Congratulations on the website, too. It looks great and is much
easier to navigate than the wiki.
 b) I also want to welcome all the newcomers to the list. It's really
exciting to see the influx of UI ideas and mockups come about. Also, thanks
Paulo for the 256x256 icons.
c) I think that the change of the default icon set to Tango happened a bit
too early, as a number of the icons are actually a lot less usable than
their Galaxy equivalents. For example, look at the "smiley face" icon or the
flowchart icons on the "Drawing" toolbar -- you can hardly see the inner
lines. In general, there is a lot less contrast in the Tango icons than
there was in Galaxy, which means that icons are a bit harder to decipher.
d) Great to see the Design team Kick-off. Is there a certain schedule for
each of the steps?

Hopefully that covers most of the important topics on the list.

In any case, I'm glad to be back and ready to help.

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