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On 09/16/2011 11:11 PM, Christoph Noack wrote:
Rationale: Bugs aren't funny, but for our website it would help to have
a visual anchor that tells the user "bug this way, please". Furthermore,
a hiqh quality graphic lets us appear more professional ... although it
is still the same product (note: users tend to be more forgiving, if the
product - the BSA - is a pleasure to use)

Request: Create an graphic that can be used to refer to "bug reporting"
for a) in the product LibreOffice, b) the bug submitting assistant, c)
the feedback selection website. If the detail level is "mid" and the
file type vector (SVG), then we can adapt and tweak it afterwards.

Visual Design Hints:
      * Primary: Consider the Tango Desktop Icons styleguides
      * Secondary: Consider the LibreOffice branding guidelines

Proposal: I don't have any proposal for a metaphor ... :-\

      * If I remember correctly, Ubuntu uses a black exclamation mark on
        an orange "explosion" callout sign.
      * Bugzilla uses/used:
      * I once created a "cracked note" to symbolize the work in
        progress when we've worked on the Writer comments feature:


I sent this to "see". Let's hope he can make provide something within the next 24h (project 
deadline). I will not block the completion if he does not. I think your description is very 
detailed and will allow him to fully understand the idea.


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