Hi Nik, all,
On Sat, Mar 19, 2011 at 6:01 PM, Nik <email@example.com> wrote:
So the Design phase for the Motif proposals has just expired, thanks
to anyone that participated in the discussion and the proposals. I've put
together a list of all the candidates from the proposals accumulated on
as mentioned in a previous Email, we will vote on this Mailing list
it is presumably convenient for all who are registered here, and aren't
the wiki) and I will collate the results on the above Wiki page
(http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Design/Motif#Voting). The voting
concludes midnight this Sunday (GMT).
To vote for you preferred proposal, scan the above page quickly so you
feeling for all the proposals, then, add a "+1 <yourname>" next to the
proposal of your choice. For example, here is a fake poll filled out by
Blue proposal, +1 John
It would help a lot if you only replied to this original Email instead of
reply posted by other members, so there is no confusing quoted votes (in
case people omit their name).
So without further ado, here are our beautiful finalists;
*MOTIF DESIGN PROPOSALS;*
Christoph's "Triangle patterns"
Christoph's "Large motif"
Daniel's "Overlapping coloured circles"
Daniel's "Remix of the repeating triangles"
Ivan's "Interweaved diagonals"
+1 for Nik's "Scatter"
Tobias' "Triangle patchwork pattern"
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