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Hi everyone,
As our design team gains members and the number of projects we tackle
grows, it increasingly seems like we need some basic principles to guide
our designs. That's why I'm starting a wiki page for determining our design
ethos [1].
The point of it is to find several key points that define great design.
These principles should be generally applicable, whether we're designing
something as simple as a remote control app or as complex as a social
network like Diaspora. They also shouldn't be weighed against what
LibreOffice currently is -- these principles will define the future of
LibreOffice, and if we want its future to be excellent, we need to change
what LibreOffice is about, turn it from an MS Office-wannabe to an
application suite that can stand its own.

Anyway, please submit your suggestions to the wiki [1].


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