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Dear Design Team,

a few days ago, we've presented "us" to the rest of the (LibreOffice)
world. Now it's time to go to the next step ... organizing our work.

Here and there, I've already noticed some questions with regard to how
people expect we work, and what we might need to work efficiently and
effectively. Some examples (as far as I remember):
      * Marc asked how we can be triggered to create artwork, and how we
        make sure that these visual designs are approved.
      * Rainer/Petr had the idea to involve us concerning a behavioral
        question. That's great - but this should be too
        "incidentally" :-)
      * Nik asked for a motif (he already kicked of that effort, but
        anyway) and proposed to highlight long-term contributors to
        better guide the team
      * ...

So, how can we do that? Personally, I'd like you to speak up first. What
are your experiences until now? What did you learn in other FLOSS
projects? What do you miss ...

I've created a new wiki page for that - please feel free to add your
thoughts. I also provided a more extensive introduction and a proposal
for the text steps along with some roughly guessed times:

Any further thoughts on that topic? Speak up, please. This is your
project! :-)


PS: And as usual, the Design Team Kick-Off Overview Wiki page

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