Without developers backing us, all the UX work from this team will have
been for nought.
Do we have any developers backing our efforts? How do you think we should
approach developers and make them more involved with what we're doing here?
Should we compose a list of things that need UX work, let developers pick
which ones they want to work on, then develop the UI together with the
developer(s) who signed up? Or perhaps ask developers for items they'd like
to work on and provide them with UI proposals?
Is anyone on this list in close contact with any LibreOffice developers?
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